Compared to alternative or any other conventional product, the Dermawound Original Formula works around 65-90 percent quicker and more effectively. Its excellence surpasses that of vacuum systems, pricey growth hormone based salves, electrical stimulators, grafts, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, hydro-gels, lasers, silver, zinc oxide, fly larvae, and honey or carbon products. It is definitely well worth your money and effort.
Let us face the distressing yet inevitable truth: conventional standard wound care and its costly machines and products are cash cows for businesses that reap billions from Medicare, insurances, and from you. It has even happened that one has paid over $350,000 just to treat a stage 4 pressure sore for more than three years. On the other hand, the Dermawound Original Formula can treat the same problem for just $704 in nine weeks. It has been months or even years now that surgical procedures, dressing changes, and assisted care go on and on with the expenses stacking up higher and higher. Now that’s not right, isn’t it?
It is very odd for any persistent non-healing wound to require more than $300 worth of Dermawound, except for a huge Venous Stasis Ulcer of long duration. The mean expense to treat wounds using Dermawound is only $135.75. As for all other methods of practical clinical treatment, the national mean expense to treat a chronic non-healing wound in America is now $6,350 and up. And that is a really big difference. If you wish to do the smarter way, choose the Dermawound Original Formula over all other alternatives!
Consider the following tips when using Dermawound Original Formula:
* Make sure you keep away from Silvadene and Neosporin as a day or activity ointment or salve. Neosporin can irritate your wound and Silvadene can cease the Dermawound’s healing process.
* When you are working at day, or while doing activities such as cleaning the house or exercising, you should remove the product from the wound. Replace it with Generic Triple Antibiotic, Bactroban, Polysporin or Bacitracin and nonstick gauze. This is to keep a humid setting for your wound until the product may be reapplied once you are done with your activities.
* As for your toes, ankles, feet or legs, it is highly suggested that you remove the product. Even if they feel comfortable and the pain is relieved, you should still do so as long as you are working or active.
* For both men and women, if you have active Venous Stasis Ulcers, you should always use knee-high mild compression stockings while working or during the day. Even when you are totally healed, you should still wear them in order to keep away from future breakdown. They need to be comfortable. So, be certain that they are not too tight on your skin or else you may not like wearing it.
* Do not use higher pressure stockings as they are not so comfortable and are much more expensive. Thus, there isn’t really a good reason to choose them over the mild pressure ones.