B.Braun Wound Management

Oil of hyperoxygenated fatty acids Skin Care Skin Care Skin Care Skin Care Skin Care Skin Care Skin Care Application on face Application on non-blanchable Erythema Linovera® is a solution of hyperoxygenated fatty acids used in the prevention and treatment of Stage I pressure ulcers. Due to the high percentage of linoleic acid, its repairing action is increased. The vegetable extracts – aloe vera and centella asiatica – have a major protecting and healing effect on the skin. Advantages Lubricates the skin. Reduces shear and friction.(1) Maintains the moisture barrier function of the skin.(2)(3) Contains more than 75% of linoleic acid which is crucial for maintaining the structure of the epidermal barrier.(4) Contains Aloe vera which acts as an emollient and humectant as well as Centella asiatica, a skin tonic, soothing agent.(5) Composition: Hyperoxygenated essential fatty acids (linoleic acid), Aloe Vera, Centella Asiatica, Perfume Available in 10 ml and 30 ml Indication Prevention and treatment of Stage I pressure ulcers References: 1) Jiménez Torres, J. Ácidos Grasos Hiperoxigenados (AGHO) en el tratamiento y prevención de las úlceras por presión, úlceras vasculares y pie diabético. Panorama actual del medicamento 2010; 34 (336): 695-701. 2) Declair V. The usefulness of topical application of essential fatty acids (EFA) to prevent pressure ulcers. Ostomy Wound Manage. 1997;43(5):48-52, 54. 3) Colin D; Chomard D; Bois C; Saumet JL, Desvaux B; Marie M. An evaluation of hyper-oxygenated fatty acid esters in pressure sore management. J Wound Care. 1998;7(2):71-2. 4) Kiezel-Tsugunova M; Kendall AC, Nicolaou A. Fatty acids and related lipid mediators in the regulation of cutaneous inflammation. Biochem Soc Trans. 2018 Feb 19;46(1):119-129. doi: 10.1042/BST20160469 Ajouter au projet Citavi par DOI. Epub 2018 Jan 12. PMID: 29330355 Ajouter au projet Citavi par Pubmed-ID. 5) Cravotto G. et all. An evaluation of the potential of 1000 plants. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 2010 35:1:11-48