New technology developed by Silicon Valley scientists makes healing of stalled chronic wounds affordable even for self-pay patients and those with high-deductible insurance plans. This advanced smart wound dressing brings the out-of-pocket cost of wound care down to literally several dollars a day.
Enluxtra Smart Wound Dressing helps the body heal a wound even when there are underlying conditions - such as diabetes – that are known to interfere with normal healing. Enluxtra has been proven to work in hundreds of thousands of chronic wound cases nationwide.
The new dressing promotes natural healing processes by adapting to changing wound conditions, reducing or eliminating barriers to healing, and keeping a wound in an ideal healing environment at all times. Patients who use Enluxtra report dramatic reduction of pain, and fast easy healing with no complications, when the dressing is used according to the instructions.
The manufacturer offers an extensive online and live educational programs for healthcare professionals, to ensure that any wound treated with Enluxtra is on the fastest track to healing. Patients and caregivers can be easily trained to change the dressing between visits to a wound care specialist, or between home health care nurse visits.
Enluxtra (covered by Medicare Part B and many private plans) is developed for use on most open wounds, acute and chronic, including diabetic, venous, and pressure ulcers, as well as postoperative and traumatic wounds, and various burns - radiation, thermal and chemical. Whether the wound is dry or heavily draining, new or old – Enluxtra can be applied and will produce an excellent outcome.
Reports from the field are encouraging. Patients and clinicians see long-term chronic wounds close in weeks. After the first few applications of Enluxtra, the healing process is jump-started in stubborn and stalled wounds that resisted other treatments, sometimes for many years.
It is no wonder that Enluxtra has been adopted by many leading healthcare systems like VA and medical centers such as UCSF. Major pharmaceutical distributors (McKesson, Medline, Cardinal) sell Enluxtra to healthcare facilities throughout the US.
Enluxtra is super-absorbent and in many cases can be worn for longer stretches of time. Together with shorter healing time, this means that patients use fewer dressings, saving both time AND money. If you or someone you care for has a wound that just won't heal, ask your doctor or wound care specialist about Enluxtra.
Find out more at http://www.enluxtrawoundcare.com/patient-info.html