Frequently asked questions...
... and their respective answers can be found here!
All questions at a glance
- How does LIGASANO® behave with allergies?
- Is LIGASANO® permeable to air?
- How is LIGASANO® correctly fixed?
- How strong is the exudate absorption of LIGASANO® white?
- Why does LIGASANO® promote the blood flow?
- How does the rapidly falling pressure tension of LIGASANO® white work?
- Are AZO colours in LIGASANO®?
- How long is the shelf life of LIGASANO®?
- Are there any contraindications for LIGASANO®?
- How is LIGASANO® stored correctly?
- How resistant is LIGASANO® to ointments?
- Are there any interactions of ointments, solutions, medications with LIGASANO®?
- Are there any changes in the effects of LIGASANO® in combination with ointments?
- Does LIGASANO® promote sweat production?
- How is the dressing changed with LIGASANO®?
- Does LIGASANO® stick to the wound?
- Is LIGASANO® prescribable?
- Does LIGASANO® contain plasticizers?
How does the rapidly falling pressure tension of LIGASANO® white work?
"Pressure creates identical counterpressure," Newton says. When an elastic material is deformed under pressure, it pushes back with the same counterpressure. This is called compressive stress.
LIGASANO® has the ability to quickly adapt to the new shape created by the pressure. Technically speaking, LIGASANO® loses a large part of its compressive stress.
If LIGASANO® is applied to the wound with compression (max. 50% deformation), most of the compression is lost after a short time. What remains is contact with the skin or wound.
This allows wounds to be perfectly treated quickly and easily.
Wound care simple and fast
Always cut LIGASANO® slightly larger than the wound diameter and slightly thicker than the wound depth and insert into the wound with light compression.
The goal: full-surface wound contact
The initial compression decreases rapidly and the required wound contact remains.