PRODUCTS IN DEVELOPMENT:
IRRIGATION SOLUTION FOR SURGICAL WOUND APPLICATIONS
The 510(k) cleared Clyra Wound Irrigation (Clyra WIS) formula is being evaluated and optimized for a number of general surgery applications in clinic, among them primary total joints, open trauma cases, close and open prosthetic joint infections, plastic surgery and military uses.
Antimicrobial wound hydrogel dressing for the treatment and protection of chronic and acute wounds, post-surgical wounds, burns, abrasions, and skin irritations. Hydrates and moistens affected area and helps to promote the wound healing process. Excellent for use in conjunction with absorbent wound dressings and cover dressings. Effectively eliminates wound odor and is eco-friendly and safe.
A self-administered inhaled solution based on the Clyra technology for early treatment and prevention of virus-related illnesses like influenza or coronavirus disease.
SUPER ABSORBENT PADS AND WOUND DRESSINGS
Clyra technology embedded in super absorbent pads and highly absorbent dressings (woven and non-woven) to manage large quantities of wound exudate, and blood and bodily fluids. Provides a safe and effective antimicrobial absorbent medium with greater holding power for heavily exuding wounds, incontinence, blood, and bodily fluid management. No known microbial resistance, outstanding wound odor control, and green technology.
NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY (NPWT)
Clyra technology can be impregnated in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) dressings, as well as used as an irrigation solution for use with the many NPWT systems on the market. Clyra technology is cost-effective and compatible with the dressings and systems used for NPWT with irrigation.
The Clyra technology used to develop products for the aesthetic market and post facial procedures among them: facial spritz, post ablation spray, post ablation salve, acne and scar cream.
Irrigation solutions, sprays, and gel for wounds, ear and eye infections and oral care in veterinary applications to improve wound healing and control infections.