Pressure Ulcers (also called Bedsores, Decubitus Ulcers), Diabetic Ulcers, Vascular Ulcers, and Xerosis

in the prevalence of

pressure ulcers

In nursing homes where
CleaDerma DCB was
implemented regularly

Preventative treatment and treatment of pressure ulcers in nursing homes

Pressure ulcers in nursing homes are common problems associated with significant morbidity and mortality. The first prevention stage is identifying residents likely to develop ulcers; preventive measures can be implemented ahead of time. CleaDerma DCB ointment serves as a Powerful Preventative Treatment and treatment to pressure ulcer stages 1-4.

Test Facts

  • The test was done in the nursing home (200 beds)
  • 29 new cases of pressure ulcers per month
  • 60-70 cases managed monthly
  • Patients treated with CleaDerma DCB ointment, 40 patients prone to develop pressure ulcers, and 60 existing cases of pressure ulcers.
  • CleaDerma DCB was applied 3 times daily to the wound and surrounding area and 2 times to the area prone to developing pressure ulcers.

After 10 days

  • 1 out of 40 patients at risk developed a stage 2 pressure ulcer.
  • 5 cases of stage 2 ulcers out of 60 existing ulcers were healed
  • 20 cases of stage 3 showed more than 50% improvement
  • 20 cases of stage 3 showed more than 30% improvement

After 20 days

  • 0 cases with 40 patients at risk of developing pressure ulcers (some instances of stage 1 were detected but terminated fast by the CleaDerma DCB).
  • 35 cases out of 60 existing pressure ulcers showed moderate to good improvement in wound/surrounding skin condition

After 40 days

  • 0 cases with 40 patients at risk of developing pressure ulcers (some instances of stage 1 were detected but terminated fast by the CleaDerma DCB, and the one stage 2 wound healed).
  • Out of 60 existing cases and 10 new admissions with stages 2-3 ulcers, 40 cases of stages 2-4 remained, constituting a reduction of 43% in the prevalence of pressure ulcers after a period of 40 days as well as 100% prevention with patients at risk of developing pressure ulcers.

During the test, the pressure was relieved with special matrasses/cushions and a periodical change of position by the caregivers. The test was overseeded by Dr. Michael Schwartz and wound nurse Dalia Cohen.

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Rating Clients Income

CleaDerma DCB serves as a preventive measure, reducing the number of pressure ulcers that develop in stage 1 and successfully treating stages 2-4. The lower the number of pressure ulcer cases, the higher the rating, and the more reliable the reputation, which means more new patients.
Less occurrence of wounds, hence less lawsuits.

Your patients are Happy & Healthy

“I started using the ointment for my patient with stage 3 pressure ulcers. The result was already visible on the 4th day. On the 10th day, the wounds healed. I recommended continuing to apply the ointment. As a result, the skin began to look healthier. The ointment was used twice a day. No new pressure ulcers have formed.”

Sarah James

“I work in a nursing home. I first heard about the DCB ointment from the family of one of the patients admitted to our facilities. We contacted the product's manufacturer and began using the ointment as a therapeutic and preventative agent. The number of pressure ulcers in our nursing home has been significantly reduced!”

Emilia Munro

“It's no secret that pressure ulcers are a common problem in nursing homes, especially for people with limited mobility. In our nursing home, we use the DCB ointment not only for therapeutic purposes but also for preventative purposes. With the beginning of the use of the ointment twice a day in patients prone to the development of pressure ulcers, a remarkable effect was noted. I can state that redness sometimes appears, but this did not even go into the second stage of pressure ulcers. "

Branden Griffiths

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CleaDerma DCB ointment serves as a physiological buffer to assist in the case of pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers, and extremely dry xerosis. It promotes the natural healing of dry, damaged, irritated skin. DCB CleaDerma ointment is enriched with Dead Sea Minerals, natural oils, and natural plant extracts that revitalize, rejuvenate, moisturize, and nourish the skin cells and return them to their natural elasticized state.

  • Wash your hands before and after treating the wound.
  • Before using CleaDerma DCB ointment, carefully clean and dry the wound.
  • Stages 1-2 of pressure ulcer treatment: The pressure ulcer and the area around it are in dire need of moisture, nutrition, and oxygen, so you must apply enough ointment to cover the area and skin around, massaging gently until the area is evenly covered; no need to rub it. Not necessary to bandage. We do not add silver, copper, or oxygen to the active ingredient because we want the body to repair the skin naturally; our goal is to stimulate the natural regeneration process. Use an ointment two to three times a day.
  • Stages 3-4 of treating a pressure ulcer:  Use as recommended in stages 1-2. However, it is recommended to cover the wound in stages 3-4.

The product should be stored in a cool and dry place away from heat or exposure to direct sunlight.

The product should not be stored at a temperature exceeding 30C.

The product should not be used after the expiration date or the time period from the opening date specified on the product.

Body areas with pressure wound stage 1 to 4 that has been treated and healed or body areas prone to develop a pressure wound have fragile skin. Although still not showing signs of a pressure wound, the skin is already suffering from deprivation of oxygen, moisture, and nourishment, causing it to dehydrate and lose its elasticity and capability to rejuvenate itself, so by applying unique, specialized atopic ointment such as the CleaDerma DCB to those areas you supply most of the missing materials the skin needs to fight the development of a pressure wound better.

It is essential to remember! 
Despite using Calderma DCB, the patient should be rotated from side to side every two hours to release the pressure from the wound area.

The active ingredients in the product are calendula, avocado, sage, Dead Sea minerals, and aloe vera.

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