Stratamed

Stratamed is a flexible, full contact, non-resorbable, occlusive wound dressing for damaged or compromised skin. Stratamed dries to form a protective wound covering that is gas permeable and waterproof which hydrates and protects compromised skin areas and superficial wounds.

 

Stratamed can be applied to fresh incisions and excisions, open wounds and compromised skin surfaces including those from post laser treatments, chemical peels, dermal abrasion, 1st and 2nd degree burns and radiation therapy. 

 

For open wounds and compromised skin:

Stratamed gel is bacteriostatic and inert. Stratamed dries to form a thin, flexible wound dressing which hydrates and protects affected areas. Stratamed helps create an optimal wound healing environment for superficial wounds and burns. Moist wound environments promote faster re-epithelialization*, relieve itching, burning and discomfort, reduce redness and swelling associated with insulted skin. Stratamed does not adhere strongly to the wound bed or the newly formed granulating tissue. Stratamed is a self-drying, non-sticky, transparent, gel formulation that lightly bonds to the most superficial damaged skin layer.


For abnormal scar management:
Stratamed softens and flattens raised scars and allows scars to normalize the collagen synthesis process, produc ing a normal mature scar. Stratamed can be used with or without a secondary protective dressing. Stratamed is ideal for exposed areas like the face and neck as well as joints and hairy areas without the need for shaving. Stratamed is used to relieve itching and discomfort and to reduce redness and discoloration associated with damaged skin and scars.

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Vendors: Stratpharma

<p>Stratamed was developed for the use on all types of superficial wounds, burns, skin tears and abrasions including those resulting from:</p>

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<p>General and cosmetic surgery</p>
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<p>Trauma</p>
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<p>Burns (1st&nbsp;and 2nd&nbsp;degree)</p>
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<p>Radiation therapy</p>
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<p>Bites</p>
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<p>Grazes</p>
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<p>Laser therapy, including tattoo removal</p>
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<p>Chemical peels</p>
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<p>Dermal abrasion</p>
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<p>Cryotherapy</p>
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<p>Acne and other diseases of the skin</p>
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<p>On first use of tubes remove the cap, cut the nozzle tip of the tube and close with the cap after use. On 1.75 oz (50g) tubes remove the cap, then the protective seal and close with the cap after use.</p>

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<li>Ensure that the affected skin or wound is clean.</li>
<li>Gently pat dry as much excess exudate or wound fluid from the area as possible prior to gel application.</li>
<li>For best results Stratamed should be maintained in continuous contact with the skin (24 hours a day / 7 days a week). If Stratamed has been removed by washing, it should be reapplied.</li>
<li>When applied correctly to the affected areas, Stratamed should be dry in 5–6 minutes. If it takes longer to dry you have probably applied too much. Gently remove the excess with a clean tissue or gauze and allow the drying process to continue.</li>
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<p><u><strong>On damaged or broken skin not requiring a secondary dressing:</strong></u><br>
Apply a very thin layer of Stratamed to the affected area and allow the gel to dry. Stratamed should be applied once daily, or twice daily to exposed areas or as advised by your physician.&nbsp;Once dry, Stratamed may be covered by sunscreen, cosmetics, pressure garments or casts.</p>

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<u><strong>On damaged skin or wounds requiring a secondary dressing:</strong></u><br>
Apply a thin layer of Stratamed then cover with the secondary dressing.&nbsp;Drying is not necessary.&nbsp;Stratamed should be reapplied when changing the dressing or checking the wound progress, or as advised by your physician.</p>