Precision delivery of advanced wound care - diverse delivery mechanisms
LIQUID WOUND IRRIGATION SOLUTION
Safe and effective anti-microbial solution for cleansing chronic and acute wounds, wound irrigation and debridement, wound dressing management. Highly effective non-stinging, non-staining skin cleanser for diabetic foot care, perineal care, and gentle rinsing of minor abrasions, burns, and skin irritations. Excellent for use prior to dressing wounds with hydrating gels and cover dressings. Effectively eliminates odor and is a “green” product.
FDA 510(k) cleared as of September, 2019!
WOUND GEL DRESSINGS*
Safe and effective antimicrobial wound hydrogel dressing for the treatment 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 odor and is a “green” product.
SUPER ABSORBENT PADS AND WOUND DRESSINGS*
Technology embedded in super absorbent pads and highly absorbent dressings 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 odor control, and green technology.
WOVEN AND NON WOVEN WOUND DRESSINGS*
Technology embedded in woven dressings, alginates and other fibers, foam and other wound dressings provides a safe and effective antimicrobial absorbent cover dressing for holding wound exudate. No known microbial resistance, outstanding 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 Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) systems on the market. Use of CLYRA technology in irrigation solution will safely and effectively eliminates odor, bacteria, fungi and spores in-solution with no known microbial resistance. CLYRA technology is cost-effective and compatible with the dressings and systems used for negative-pressure wound therapy with irrigation.
*Products in development with claims subject to clearance by the U.S. FDA through 510 (k)
First FDA 510(k)-cleared product, the Clyra Wound Irrigation Solution, was cleared by the FDA in September, 2019