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CleanWND® - for every stage of wound care

The CleanWND® wound debridement & cleansing cloth has been specially designed to cleanse and debride wounds at every dressing change. 

How does it work?

Each CleanWND® cloth is pre-moistened with a combination of sodium hyaluronate and phospholipids and is manufactured by the needle punch method and contains short fibres enabling it to easily clean and debride the wound without leaving any residual lint.


Benefits CleanWND®

Suitable for a wide range of wounds: Including both chronic and acute wounds. Examples include both ulcers and pressure sores.

Easy to use: The CleanWND® cloth comes pre-moistened so is ready for use. It is simple and easy to use and each box contains 10 individually wrapped cloths which are ready for use.

Cost effective: The new CleanWND® cloth is extremely cost effective & is available on the NI drug tariff.

Ingredients: CleanWND® contains a combination of Sodium Hyaluronate, Phosolipids and Aloe Vera.

Hyaluronic acid (HA): Is a key component of the extracellular matrix of the skin and plays an important role in the metabolism of the dermis. It also helps facilitate wound healing and the tissue repair processes due to its ability to maintain a humid environment, favourable to healing and the stimulation of growth factors, cellular constituents, and the migration of various cells essential for healing.

¹ Article in SKINmed 15(6):441-448 . December 2017

The Phospholipid in CleanWND® acts as a surfactant to provide cleansing and also protection by replacing some of the phospholipid lost by the damaged and fragile tissue. A reduction in infection and increase in granulation tissue have been observed in pressure ulcers and venous leg ulcers when wound cleansing products containing phospholipids have been used in conjunction with standard wound care.

² The Turkish Anaesthesiology and Reanimation Association: Report Registration No: 638 Ref: 13FC7116 – DE69 – 4486 – 8A71 – B946A40E15DE 11 October 2011 Presentation Code: (P – 449)

Reference Number: FAN-21-001/01