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® white?
- 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 is the dressing changed with LIGASANO®?
In the wound cleaning phase, the wound usually wets heavily - and it should! The exudate flow cleans the wound from the depth through the pores of the wound bed, even dry necroses are dissolved and washed out.
- In the wound cleaning phase, the LIGASANO® dressing must always be changed at the latest when exudate becomes visible on the outside. On average twice a day, but can vary greatly from person to person.
- The cleaner the wound, the less it will wet. Now it no longer has to clean itself, but only keep clean. Change of dressing 1x daily to 1x every 2-3 days. (Our recommendation is 1x daily. This ensures that granulation tissue cannot grow into LIGASANO®).