PolyHeal® Micro
unique technology that reactivates healing

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PolyHeal® Micro belongs to a new category of products for wound management, due to its unique and innovative mechanism of action, based on Negatively-Charged Microsphere (NCM) Technology.

PolyHeal® Micro is a liquid suspension that facilitates an easy topical application, making it a suitable therapy for both in-hospital and outpatient treatment. It can even be applied by the own patient under the supervision of a healthcare professional, thus reducing length of stay and allowing them to get back to their daily life as soon as possible.

It is indicated in the treatment of hard-to-heal ulcers of different etiologies, reactivating the wound-healing process and accelerating the granulation tissue production, even in wounds with exposed bones and tendons. It has also shown excellent results after 4 weeks of use, reducing treatment time, making possible a reduction in the economic burden on the healthcare system and improving the patient quality of life.1

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The main action of PolyHeal® Micro is the reactivation of the healing process by overcoming the stagnant inflammatory phase. PolyHeal® Micro also accelerates the formation of granulation tissue from the beginning of the treatment. In this way, the wound heals by secondary intention or by the application of a skin graft. PolyHeal® Micro is also effective in achieving complete closure by epithelialization in less severe ulcers.
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REACTIVATES HEALING

And accelerates the formation of granulation tissue favoring closure.

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SWITCHES THE WOUND FROM THE INFLAMMATORY

To the proliferative phase, leading to patient’s own cells to reactivate the healing process.

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REMARKABLE EFFICACY

In exposed bones and tendons including stagnant hard to heal wounds.

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PROVEN LONG TERM EFFICACY AND SAFETY

Reduction in wound care expenditure and hospitalization burdens.

PolyHeal® Micro is a class IIb medical device with CE marking that was launched internationally in 2017 and complements Praxis Pharmaceutical’s advanced wound care portfolio.

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References
1. Lázaro – Martínez J.L, et al. Hard to heal diabetic foot ulcers treated using negatively charged polystyrene microspheres: a prospective case series. Journal of Wound Care. Vol 28. No 2. Feb 2019.