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Safe, effective, thoughtfully designed
solutions to some of wound care’s
Safety or efficacy?
PURE HYPOCHLOROUS ACID (HOCl)
We won’t make you choose.
As a pure hypochlorous acid (HOCl) solution, BIHOCL PureCleanse is a broad spectrum antiseptic which is highly effective against a wide range of microorganisms including gram negative and positive bacteria, antibiotic resistant strains, viruses, fungi, yeasts, and prions¹.
The best part? PureCleanse pairs this proven efficacy with the safety profile of saline. The time has truly come for cytotoxic alternatives like chlorhexidine and povidone iodine to step aside. Even safe-as-ever saline can’t compete with the HOCl’s combination of safety and efficacy.
A safe and non-cytotoxic, yet powerful antimicrobial cleansing solution for acute and chronic wounds, skin, and burns. Scientifically formulated to disrupt biofilm, remove microorganisms, and prepare optimal wound bed healing conditions. Used for the irrigation, moisturizing, debridement and cleansing of wounds.
BIHOCLTM PureCleanse Plus
With a lower optimized pH and higher concentration of pure hypochlorous acid, PureCleanse Plus offers advanced care for acute and chronic wounds. It’s a safe, effective irrigation, moisturizing and debridement solution formulated to actively cleanse wounds and prepare optimal wound bed healing conditions.
The right way to clean
PURE HYPOCHLOROUS ACID (HOCl)
& debride wounds.
There are many types of debridement—the process of removing debris, slough, or exudate from a wound. But perhaps the safest, most comfortable method is hydro-debridement which harnesses the gentle-yet-effective force of a liquid solution to establish an optimal wound bed environment, ready for healing.
Few methods—if any—have this unique combination that hydro-debridement possesses:
- Patient comfort
- Ease of use
- Liquid solution compatibility
JetOx™-HDC Hydro-Debridement System with Suction
All the benefits of JetOx™-ND, but with added suctioning functionality. The coalescing of oxygen and the irrigation solution produce the finest droplets at supersonic speed while providing suctioning to clear the wound bed.
I was introduced to BIHOCL Pure Cleanse in the care of my elderly family member who had developed a stage 4 pressure ulcer while bedridden in hospital.
Initially they were using either normal saline which wasn’t able to fight infection, or iodine which was cytotoxic and harsh to the healing tissue. BIHOCL PureCleanse was introduced into her treatment protocol because it is gentle on the healing tissue, is antimicrobial which keeps the wound free from infection, is safe to use frequently, and is very effective at promoting healing. This was extremely important to us because of the severity, location, and risk of infection of the wound being over the coccyx.
BIHOCL PureCleanse was particularly effective for this because, at times, wound cleansing was done multiple times per day, so thankfully there was no risk of over-using PureCleanse because of the non-cytotoxic ingredients. The solution worked very well in aiding in the healing and cleansing of her wound. The pressure ulcer has managed to stay healthy, rebuild granulation tissue and stay free from infection. We as her family are very encouraged by this and believe this is in large part due to the efficacy of this product maintaining an optimal wound healing environment. We are so thankful for this product and the team behind it. We're very thankful for the work they do in creating a safe and effective product which helps so many patients and their families.
Hypochlorous acid use has an important but under recognized place in the armamentarium that clinicians treating patients with wounds can draw upon, and do so with the assurance that well-characterized, potent and effective products are available.
Dive in Deeper
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