Wound Care

The appropriate treatment for wounds depends on a variety of factors such as the type of wound, and the special needs of the patient must also be taken into consideration. We will work with you to compound the appropriate active ingredients in the most appropriate base for your patient’s specific needs.

Spira- Wash™, PracaSil™- Plus, VersaBase™ gels or creams can be used as bases.

ConditionRemedy examplesNutraceuticalsReferences/Studies
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Diabetic Skin UlcersPhenytoin + Bupivacaine + Misoprostol + Lidocaine + Diphenhydramine + Aloe Vera in Polyox bandage

Ketoprofen + Lidocaine + Misoprostol + Phenytoin + Aloe Vera Topical Cream

Am J Clin Dermatol. 2014 Jun 6
Diabetic Foot Ulcer: An Evidence-Based Treatment Update

Diabet Med. 2011 Oct;28(10):1154-7
The effect of topical phenytoin on healing in diabetic foot ulcers: a randomized controlled trial

Pressure UlcersMisoprostol + Phenytoin + Gentamicin Topical Gel

Morphine sulfate Topical Gel

Phenytoin + Nifedipine + Tranilast + Misoprostol Topical Gel

Ont Health Technol Assess Ser. 2009;9(3):1-203
Management of chronic pressure ulcers: an evidence-based analysis
BurnsAloe Vera Topical Gel

Sodium Hyaluronate + Beta Glucan + Glycosaminoglycan Topical Gel

Sodium Hyaluronate Topical Gel

Burns. 2012 Aug;38(5):621-9
Post burn pruritus–a review of current treatment options
Post-surgical IncisionsCollagenase + Hyaluronidase Topical Gel

Betamethasone + Tranilast Topical Gel

Aloe Vera Topical Gel

J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1994 Aug;20(8):538-40
Utility of topical benzoyl peroxide for prevention of surgical skin wound infectionMore References