Why wait for wounds to stall?
Treat from Day One with Endoform Dermal Template, the new collagen ECM dressing.
Proven safety and biocompatibility: Endoform Dermal Template contains a naturally derived ovine collagen ECM that is terminally sterilized and may be considered more culturally acceptable than other animal-derived sources.
Indications for Use:
Endoform Dermal Template is indicated for the management of wounds including, partial and full thickness wounds, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, chronic vascular ulcers, tunneled/undermined wounds, surgical wounds (donor sites, grafts, post Moh’s surgery, post laser surgery, podiatric, and wound dehiscence), traumatic wounds (abrasions, lacerations, first and second degree burns, and skin tears), and draining wounds.
In approximately three days, the dressing had adhered to the underlying wound bed. After seven days, the dressing was completely integrated into the wound bed. In some cases, only remnants of the dressing remained as an off-white gel that was allowed to remain in place during subsequent applications of Endoform dermal template.
The wound was surgically debrided down to viable tissue and irrigated with hypochlorous acid solution and treated with enzymatic debriding agent and compression. The wound was assessed for visible signs of infection (i.e., absence of swelling, pain, purulent drainage, or tracking into the deep tissue planes). The wound had to remain free of infection to start using
the Endoform dermal template. Previously used dressings and enzymatic debriding treatments were stopped at
• No Endoform dermal template adherence to the contact layer
• No adherence to foam NPWT dressing
• Endoform dermal template remained hydrated
• Clinician stated Endoform dermal template was easy to apply
• Patient reported no pain associated with the use of Endoform
• Patient reported no pain throughout the treatment with Endoform
• Treatment goal was met with use of Endoform dermal template
• Pain during dressing changes was reported to be 0 on a scale of 1-10
• No medication was given during dressing change
• Dimensions of wound at final dressing change:
— Proximal: 5.5cm x 4.5cm x 0.5cm
— Distal: 3.5cm x 2.5cm x 0.5cm with 2.5cm undermining at 5 o’clock
• 100% granulation tissue noted
• One week after initial application, patient was sent home