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Clyra Wound Irrigation Solution

Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are a huge challenge worldwide

In the USA alone, HAIs cause 100,000 patient deaths per year and $45 Billion in est. annual costs



Biofilms are about 1000 times more resistant to antimicrobials than free bacteria.

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Clyra Wound Irrigation Solution, “Bioclynse”, is an efficacious, safe, long-acting wound irrigation solution that can be used throughout the entire surgical procedure, with no need to rinse out.

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  • 510(k) cleared by FDA and indicated for acute and chronic wounds.

  • Extremely high efficacy. >99.999% kill rate against bacteria, viruses and fungi*.

  • Effective against biofilms with 2.0 - 2.5 log reduction*.

  • No known microbial resistance.

  • Prevent infection with high and sustained antimicrobial control up to 3 days*.

  • Safe / non-irritating / non-toxic / non-sensitizing*.

  • Compatible with wound tissue*.

  • Non-staining / colorless / odorless.

  • Balanced pH for wound healing.

  • No rinsing out, mixing or dilution required.

  • Wound odor control.

  • Environmentally friendly.

  • Store at room temperature.

*Data on File

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  • 32oz spike-able bottle with hanger.

  • 510(k) cleared by the FDA.

  • Can be used with pulse lavage.

  • Sustained antimicrobial activity (preservative agent): >99.999% (>5 log reduction) up to 3 days.

  • Effective biofilm disruption.

  • Non-toxic, compatible with wound tissue.

  • No need to rinse out.

Bioclynse Indication


The subject device is a wound management and cleansing solution that is intended for use by healthcare professionals for cleansing, irrigating, moistening and debriding to remove wound debris from acute and chronic dermal lesions that are partial or full thickness wounds such as:

  • 1st and 2nd degree burns.

  • Stage I - IV pressure ulcers.

  • Diabetic ulcers.

  • Stasis ulcers.

  • Abrasions and minor skin irritations.

  • Post-surgical wounds.

  • Grafted and donor sites.

Bioclynse can be used to moisten and lubricate absorbent wound dressings (e.g. gauze).


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