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Suprasorb C

Accelerates wound healing*

In detail

Suprasorb C is a collagen wound dressing for wounds which suffer delayed healing.

The repair of the wound base supports the necessary proliferation and the migration of epidermal cells. This assists wound healing.

Key benefits

  • accelerates formation of granulation
  • absorption of exudate through a distinct porous structure

*Claims on performance mainly based on non-clinical studies


Indications for use:

Indicated for a wide range of wounds which suffer delayed healing including: pressure ulcers,venous or mixed vascular ulcers, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds healing by secondary intention.

Suprasorb C can be combined with other products from the moist wound treatment system.


Suprasorb C should not be used on infected wounds. Do not use in the case of a known sensitivity to any components.

*Claims on performance mainly based on non-clinical studies

Ordering codes

LR code PIP code Hospital code
Collagen Dressing (5 singles) 4 x 6 x 0.8cm 20481 314-7667 ELY 450
Collagen Dressing (5 singles) 6 x 8 x 0.8cm 20482 314-7659 ELY 451
Collagen Dressing (5 singles) 8 x 12 x 0.8cm 20483 314-7675 ELY 452

Clinical evidence

First evaluation of a clinical pathway using wound debridement, antimicrobial hydrobalance dressing and collagen dressing on 57 patients with chronic wounds

The use of Debrisoft to debride wounds followed by the application of SuprasorbC or SuprasorbX+PHMB showed encouraging results.

Author: Wolber et al.
Publication: Poster Presentation EWMA 2013
Date: May 1st, 2013


Anti-inflammatory effects of a collagen-containing wound dressing in a cell-based inflammation model in vitro

Collagen dressings should be able to improve the healing outcomes in chronic wounds

Author: Wiegand et al.
Publication: Poster at 4th International Workshop on Wound Technology 2012
Date: January 1st, 2012


A cohort study on the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer patients using a monofilament debrider and a collagen dressing

25 diabetic patients treated with Debrisoft to debride and SuprasorbC to kick start the healing process.

Author: Rieke,nurse practitioner diabetic foot
Publication: Poster EWMA 2012
Date: May 1st, 2012


Efficacy of a collagen dressing applied in 50 patients with stagnating wounds of various etiologies

50 patient case study, SuprasorbC helped kickstart the stagnating wound healing process

Author: Andriessen
Publication: EWMA Poster 2012
Date: May 1st, 2012


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