Oasis Wound Matrix Dressing

    Smith and Nephew
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    Oasis Wound Matrix Dressing from HealthyKin.com is comprised of porcine-derived, acellular small intestine submucosa (SIS) material to form a matrix-based product compatible with human tissue. In contrast to other collagen-based wound care, Oasis Wound Matrix is a complex scaffold that provides an optimal environment for restoration of tissue structure and function. The Oasis Wound Matrix is indicated for use in all partial and full thickness wounds and skin loss injuries as well as superficial and second-degree burns. The Oasis Wound Matrix is contraindicated for individuals with porcine allergies and 3rd degree burns.

    Oasis Wound Matrix Dressing Features:

    • Can be used in a variety of settings, including long-term, outpatient, and at-home care
    • Long term storage of structure without compromising ability to support healing
    • Naturally derived structure that supports healing process
    • Incorporated and absorbed into the wound
    • SIS Technology helps replace and repair damaged tissues
    • Associated with more angiogenesis than ORC/collagen
    • Retains multiple components found in human dermis
    • 1.18" x 1.38" (3cm x 3.5cm)
    • Box of 10

    Part numbers: 8213-1000-33

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      Customer Reviews

      # of Ratings: 2
      1. on 6/17/2014, said:
      This dressing can jump start healing in shallow wounds. As has been mentioned, insurance coverage for non-diabetic ulcers is a problem. I find it actually works better on patients with spinal cord injuries. There is a pricing problem here. You can buy 10 individual dressings for $1370 but a box of 10 is $1406. It does not make sense.
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      2. on 9/21/2013, said:
      This can give stubborn, shallow wounds a boost healing. Like most related products determining if it will be effective on any given patient is a trial and error process. It is very costly for patients who do not meet the criteria spelled out by their insurance carrier. Many limit their coverage to diabetic ulcers. There are others who can benefit from Oasis use who do not that criteria.
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