FOR BETTER HEALING OF WOUNDS AND PRESSURE ULCERS

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Arginilan™ is a food for special medical purposes to support the healing of wounds and pressure ulcers.

Arginilan is an innovative formula containing a high portion of L-arginine, collagen hydrolysate and a highly assimilable zinc in the form of Albion® amino acid chelate as well as vitamins A and C.

INGREDIENTS FOR A BETTER HEALING OF WOUNDS AND BEDSORES.

How to use it?

This is an innovative formula containing a high portion of l-arginine, a collagen hydrolyzate.

Arginilan™ – range of applications

Arginilan™ is a food for special medical purposes to support the healing of wounds and pressure ulcers. L-arginine is a relatively exogenous amino acid; in some clinical situations it is necessary to supplement it.

Post-operative period

Surgery, surgical procedure are a great challenge and burden for patient’s organism. It should be remembered that the body’s reaction to injury or surgical procedure may be an excessive inflammatory response. Metabolism changes as well, moving towards catabolic reactions – processes during which the organism starts absorbing and consuming proteins.

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Wounds

The term “wound” refers to an interruption in the continuity of tissues (skin or mucous membrane) as a result of damage. Damage: may be intended e.g. in case of surgical cutting, may be accidental, as a result of an injury, develops as a result of complex processes taking place in the course of many diseases.

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Radiation therapy

Radiation therapy is an important method of treatment of many cancers. The most important factor limiting the radiation dose is toxicity to the adjacent tissues. Despite many efforts to develop radiation protection drugs, no effective method has been developed yet.

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Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot is a chronic complication of diabetes. It affects both the patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2. It is a type of ulceration, usually located on the sole or dorsal part of the foot. Diabetic foot may be accompanied by foot deformation.

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Pressure ulcers

Pressure ulcers are chronic wounds that develop on the background of ischemia as a result of compression, friction and shear forces. They occur in typical locations where bone protrusions are near the skin layers and increase compression pressure (mainly in the area of sacrum, coccyx, buttocks, on heels or hips, in severe conditions even on shoulders, ankles, knees).

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