All entries at a glance
- How strong is the exudate absorption of LIGASANO® white?
- AZO colours
- Chronic wounds
- Dosage forms
- THE GREEN CLIMATE GRID
- Pressure tension
- Blood flow stimulation
- Exudate absorption
- Exudate management
- Moist wound care
- Gel and LIGASANO®
- Shelf life of LIGASANO®
- History of LIGAMED®, LIGASANO® weiß, LIGASANO® grün
- Storage, conditions
- LIGASANO® white
- LIGASANO® green
- Air permeability
- Mechanical stimulus
- Modern wound care
- MRSA - Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
- Ointments, resistance of LIGASANO®
- Ointments, solutions, medications: Interactions with LIGASANO
- Ointments, change of effect of LIGASANO®
- Foams as wound dressings
- Sweating on LIGASANO®
- Deep wounds with narrow entrance
- Ulcus cruris
- Dressing changes
- Sticking to the wound
- Prescribability of LIGASANO®
- Water vapour permeability
- Wound healing disorders
- Wound management
- Wound cleaning
- Wound calm - Wound disturbance due to change of supply
"Pressure creates identical counterpressure," Newton says. When an elastic material is deformed under pressure, it pushes back with the same counterpressure. This is called pressure tension.
LIGASANO® has the ability to quickly adapt to the new shape created by the pressure. Technically speaking, LIGASANO® loses a large part of its pressure tension.
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.