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SeptiCure® Non-Stick Burn Dressing
INTRODUCING NEW TECHNOLOGY IN PRIMARY BURN TREATMENT
Revolutionising burn treatment by promoting natural healing.

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HOW TO TREAT A BURN
  • First aid treatment; Burn Kit.
  • Spray affected area with CoolBurn Spray to alleviate pain.
  • Apply SeptiCure® Burn Dressings over the effected area after 3 minutes.
  • Secure if necessary or cover patient with a sterile sheet in the case of body burns.
  • Do not bath or scrub the wound. Do not allow tap water into wound.
  • Bed bath patient with AntiSeptic Spray.
  • Change Dressings when saturated, no sedation is necessary, to change non-stick dressings.
  • SeptiCure® Burn Dressings will move debris to the wound surface, and in the case of 3rd degree burns will form a black scab, which can be surgically removed to enhance debridement of burns.
  • 2nd degree burns do not form a black scab, only yellow slough will escape the wound.
  • By using SeptiCure less damage will occur to healthy tissue, tendons, veins and nerve endings.
  • If a green slough escapes the wound Sedemona or Streptococcus A. will be tested positive.
  • Allow SeptiCure® Burn Dressings to deslough the wound and to perform natural healing without scars.
  • The adsorption capacity of SeptiCure® Burn Dressings will promote blood circulation to the wound area is promoted, so increasing the process of Natural Healing.
  • Shallow wounds to be treated with DonorAid Dressing.
  • Prescribe Durmo Spray for the treatment of maturation stages, after burn treatment, to prevent scars.
Avoid sun burn for 1 Year.

Day 1
Day 6
2nd and 3rd degree petrol burn

Healed Leg
Day 1 of accident.
Petrol burn. 2nd and 3rd degree.
Treated with CoolBurn Spray before SeptiCure® Burn Dressings were applied.

Day 6
Patient able to move around.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressings moved debri to wound surface where it can be removed surgically.

Skin graft performed by Dr. Mauerman. Medi Clinic. Somerset West

Hot Oil Burn. 3rd Degree.
Paraffin spill burn upper leg at start of treatment

Day 1
Day 2
Day 5
Day 1.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressing applied.
Slough visible after one day.

Day 2.
Taking SeptiCure® Burn Dressing off.

Day 5.
Black scab [necrotic tissue] brought to the surface.
Removed surgically.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressings applied in theatre to remove the remains of debri.
Dressing remains in place for 2 days.  Skin graft performed with good results.

Old Lady Patient
2nd degree burn 30% with 10% 3rd Degree areas

Day 1
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Day 2
Day 4
Day 6
Day 12
Day 12.
The back neck and front is healed.
Patient was discharged on day 12.
No skin grafts performed to 3rd Degree areas

Day 6.
Most of the slough is lifted.
Dermis and epidermis covers the wound area.
At this stage treated with AntiSepti spray and DonorAid dressings.

Day 4.
Debridement almost completed.
No theatre desloughing performed.

Day 2
Two days later,
remove the Dressing.
Note the slough that has been drawn from the wound.
Patient mobile, made her own bed.
Slough withdrawn 110 cc

Day 1
SeptiCure® Burn Dressings applied to burn areas.

Day 1.
To remove the previous traditional dressing, and to lessen pain, spray with CoolBurn Spray.

Koos Body Burn

Day 1
Day 4
Day 9
Piet lower leg burn
Day of burn
Day 7
Day 9
Day 12
Day of burn
Day 7
Hottentots Holland Hospital, Somerset West
Fire Burn 22/02/20032nd degree burn 40% with 15% 3rd degree.
Theatre debridement commenced on 10/03/2003.   Conventional mixtures applied.   Bad odours were present.

10/03/2003
Dressings removed after theatre debridement with CoolBurn Spray.
Antibiotic treatment and sedation 6-8 hourly prescribed.
Patient can not move and has no appetite.  Very thirsty.
Ears, neck and axil areas, 3rd degree burns and septic.

Ears burned and septic as well as lips, neck and axils.
Traditional method:
Bath and scrubbing to remove slough.
Treated with creams.
Gauze sticking to wounds.
Patients lips very swollen.

Day 1.   SeptiCure® Burn Dressing Treatment commenced.
Both ears septic as well as axial areas.
Treated with Chemspunge Plugs behind ears.
All other burn areas were covered with SeptiCure® Burn Dressing.
Black scab starting to form, as necrotic tissue moves to the wound surface.

Day 2.  Removing the SeptiCure® Burn Dressing.
70 cc slough removed.

Day 3.  Patient no longer complains about the pain.
Oedema lifted,  less pressure on nerve endings.
Mobility normal.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressing does not stick to wounds.
Introducing a pain free treatment.
No bathing or scrubbing.
No tap water allowed onto wounds.

Day 3.  Septic face and lips treated with AntiSeptic Spray as well as surrounding wound areas.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressing applied.

Day 3.  Patient started eating.
Can move comfortably.
Sepsis controlled at this stage.

Day 4.  Desloughing in progress.
Wounds start granulating.

Day 4.  Necrotic tissue [black scab] moved to wound surface.

Day 5.  Removing SeptiCure® Burn Dressing.
Sedemona [green slough] Infection.
Noticeable desloughing in progress.

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Day 3
Day 3
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Day 4
Day 4
Day 5
Young Female Patient
2nd and 3rd degree Burn.  45% body burn area.  10% 3rd degree burns.

Day 1  Patient was treated with conventional products for 14 days.
Wounds deteriorated and became septic.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressing treatment prescribed as from day 16.

Day 1.  Theatre desloughing had been attempted.
Oedema could not be lifted.
All burn area turned septic.
SeptiCure® Burn Dressing treatment commenced after theatre desloughing.

Day 3.  120 cc slough removed in 24 hours.
Pseudomona aerogenes visible as green slough is lifted by SeptiCure® Burn Dressings.

Day 1
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Day 3
Day 4
Day 4
Day 4
Day 8
Day 8
Day 8
Day 8.
No skin graft necessary after debridement.

Young Patient Hot water Burn.  2nd and 3rd degree Burn.
Pain free treatment.  Only treated with SeptiCure® Burn Dressings.  Discharged after 12 days.

Case Study Paarl Hospital  3rd Degree fire burn Patient.

Day 1.  Septic Skin Grafts.
Treated with SeptiCure® Burn Dressing until clean.
Then follow-up with DonorAid Dressing.

Day 4
Day 1
Day 7
Day 4.  Same patient as above.
3rd degree burn up to bone level in ankle.

Day 4
Day 7.  Ankle wound starting to granulate.

Day 10.  Wound granulated to skin level.

Patient ready to be discharged.

Day 7
Day 10
Fire burn.  2nd and 3rd degree burns.
Patient was treated conventionally for 14 days.

Septic burn wounds treated with SeptiCure® Burn Dressings as from day 15.
At HH Hospital Somerset West.

Treated with SeptiCure® Burn Dressings only.
No theatre desloughing.  Discharged after 17 days.

2nd and 3rd degree burn Weihai Hospital China

2nd and 3rd Degree Burn left arm toddler

Dressing changes only 3-5 days after debridement.
DonorAid dressing recommended after desloughing as children granulate much quicker this will help to prevent over granulation.

Baby's foot burn
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Day 11
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Day 11
If a burn needs treatment,  it needs SeptiCure®
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