DermaWound®                                        MULTIPLE USES:Wound Care Formulations                                 ...
ONE Product    DermaWound® Original    DermaWound VS    DermaWound Hypo    DermaWound Ultra Hypo•   Used by: Kindred Hospi...
Key Issues for Success1. Rapid Pain Relief.2. Rapid Flushing of Infection from chronic and acute wounds.3. Rapid formation...
Ingredients:U.S. & International Patent and/or Patent Pending Proprietary Formulations:Dermawound Original Formula: Poly-S...
Cost Comparison Study of Various Random Wound Care Modalities       (Excluding whether they are effective or not! Of cours...
Pressure & Bed Sores / Decubitus Ulcers35 Y.O. Female with Cerebral Palsy, parapalegic since birth.         Incontinent, b...
•   DAY 35, March 27 -    1. Large eschar has "auto-debrided".    2. Areas of erythema and edema reduced even more.    Ski...
Surgical Wound Dehiscence / Chronic Non-Healing Wound56 Y.O. Male. Status Post Surgical Abdominal Wound Dehiscence. Chroni...
•   DAY 8, November 16 -    1. Length & width of incision decreasing.    2. Wound edges pulling together.    3. No erythem...
Venous Stasis Ulcers / "The Mother of All Wounds"67 Y.O. Diabetic Male with Venous Stasis Ulcers, 19 year duration.       ...
•   DAY 26, April 7-    1.Areas of erythema and edema reduced even more. Skin    blanches to touch.    2. Skin islands app...
Bed Sore / Pressure Sore / Sacral Decubiti            77 Y.O. Female. Insulin Dependent Diabetes Type II;Mild Cerbral Vasc...
•   DAY 5, November 23-    1. Surrounding area of erythema greatly reduced. 2. Skin    now blanches with 5 secs. of pressu...
Before and After 24 days & 9 tubes of       DermaWound Original   Total Cost of Product = $426.15     Very time & cost eff...
Before and After 17 days & 3 tubes of       DermaWound Original   Total Cost of Product = $142.05      Very time & cost ef...
DermaWound® Brand                                              Our "New & Improved" DermaWound Brand Products:Products    ...
DermaWound Cost Comparison StudyConversion Facts: 6 Ounces = 168 Grams. 1 Ounce = 28 Grams. 1/2 Ounce = 14Grams.Lets face ...
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DermaWound for hard to heal woundcare

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DermaWound makes 'complicated' woundcare easier than ever.
DermaWound works 65-90% more rapidly and efficiently than any other standard or alternative products including: expensive growth-hormone based salves; vacuum systems; electrical stimulators; hyperbaric oxygen chambers; grafts; hydrogels; zinc oxide, silver, carbon or honey products; etc., and will go head to head with any competition, any place, any time to prove it.
This is simply the best product there is.

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DermaWound for hard to heal woundcare

  1. 1. DermaWound® MULTIPLE USES:Wound Care Formulations   Pressure/Bed Sores Diabetic Leg & Foot Ulcers  Venous Stasis Ulcers  Surgical Incisions/Wound Dehiscence  Decubitus Ulcers  Arteriosclerotic Ulcers  Ischaemic Ulcers  Post-Burn Ulcers  Non-Healing Lacerations  Amputee Stumps  Radiation Burns Six Products in One  3rd Degree Burns  Spider Bite Ulcers (Brown (Simplifies Treatment) Recluse)  Auto-Immune Ulcers1.Rapid Odor Eliminator  Sickle Cell Ulcers2.Painless Auto-Debrider  Scleroderma Ulcers3.Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial, Viral and Fungal4.Local Edema/Swelling Reducer  Traumatic Ulcers5.Nourishes the Cells Directly  Chronic or Recurring Wounds,6.Rapidly Forms a Capillary Network to Increase with or without MRSA,VRE,Blood Flow and Granulation Tissue to Quickly Fill Pseudomonas, Strep., Staph., or Fungi.Defects
  2. 2. ONE Product DermaWound® Original DermaWound VS DermaWound Hypo DermaWound Ultra Hypo• Used by: Kindred Hospitals, V.A. Hospitals, Horizon Health Care, Cardinal Health, MedServeCo, etc.• Endorsed by: Service Disabled Veterans Across America, Doctors Without Borders, PETA, The Disabled Action Committee (DAC) of Virginia, etc. HCPCS: A6250 – One 6oz. Tube = 168 grams Made in USA / Physician Developed
  3. 3. Key Issues for Success1. Rapid Pain Relief.2. Rapid Flushing of Infection from chronic and acute wounds.3. Rapid formation of granulation tissue and filling of defects.4. Rapid odor elimination in 12 hours or less. Wound will become rapidly free of pus and odor, if anyis present.5. Rapid decrease in inflamation and erythema (swelling & redness).6. Bacterialcidal activity against a broad range of microorganisms, including resistant bacteria(i.e. MRSA, VRE, Pseudomonas, e. Coli, Streptococcus), viruses & fungi.Results in a rapid elimination / reduction of bacterial, viral and fungal contamination.7. Rapid auto-debriding (removal) of wound eschar (dry, hard, dead tissue).8. No drug interactions. Compatible with all medications.9. Rapidly pulls out Osteomyelitis in exposed bone.10. Requirement for skin grafting is eliminated, even with large areas of tissue damage. This willbe a result of natural skin island formation on the healthy granulation tissue with subsequent covering byepithelium.11. The Wounds heal without a scab - from the outside, in - and from thebottom, up. Edges of wound will "feel" and appear to be "pulling" together.12. Minimal or no major scarring. Very few Keloids, even in dark skin.13. Relatively painless therapy due to the water solubility of the product. This results in non-adhereance of the dressings to the wound with subsequent decreased requirements for analgesia.14. Purest Natural and highest grade USP Ingredients.15. There is NO need for enzymatic wound debriders, wound cleansers, hydrogen peroxide, etc.,and they should not be used.Clean Water and/or Normal Saline are only recommended during dressing changes, which has the addedbenefit of saving more money.16. Decreased overall morbidity and mortality.17. Reduced Hospital / Insurance / Home cost for wound, burn and ulcer care secondary to reducedhealing times and consolidation of many products into one - this is a time saving and very costefficient product!
  4. 4. Ingredients:U.S. & International Patent and/or Patent Pending Proprietary Formulations:Dermawound Original Formula: Poly-Saccharide Blend; Povidone-IodineUSP; Poly-Mineral Blend; Citric Acid; Dibasic Sodium Phosphate;Nonoxynol-9; Glycerin; Carrageenan; Silica; 1-Octadecanol;1-Hexadecanol & Purified Water.DermaWound Venous Stasis (VS): See above; + Benzocaine USP.DermaWound Venous Stasis Hypo Allergenic Formula: See above;minus: Povidone-Iodine & Nonoxynol-9 & Benzocaine USP.DermaWound Original Hypo Allergenic Formula: See above (rarelyneeded); minus Povidone-Iodine, Nonoxynol-9 & Benzocaine USP.
  5. 5. Cost Comparison Study of Various Random Wound Care Modalities (Excluding whether they are effective or not! Of course, DermaWound is very effective.)1. Average Conventional Cost in U.S.A. to Treat Average Chronic/Non-healing Wound: A. DermaWound Brand Products (Made in U.S.A.) - $135.75 (Manufactured Using 100% Certifiable Solar & Wind Power) B. Wound Care Centers / Hospitals / Clinics, etc. - $6,350.00+2. Cost to Weight Analysis of DermaWound Brand Products versus The Competition or ... What does 1lb. = 448gm. of each wound care product cost?DermaWound Brand Products (4 formulas) = 6oz. = 168 gm. = $106.51/1lb.Regranex® (Becaplermin) = 0.01% gel / 15gm. = $738.93 ea./tube = $24,039.06/1lb. + Given FDA Black BoxWarning Label in June, 2008Terrasil Regular™ (silver/oxygen cream) = 14gm. = $24.00ea./tube = $836.57/1lb.Terrasil Max™ (silver/oxygen cream) = 14gm. = $36.00ea./tube = $1,254.86/1lb.Wound-Be-Gone™ (hydrophylic polymer) = 5gm. = $19.95ea./tube = $1,787.521lb.Diabetic MD™ (copied our graphics) = 1.25oz. = $49.95ea./spray = $639.36/1lb.Renovict™ (herbal formulation) = 1oz. = $34.99ea./tube = $559.84/1lb.Amerigel® (oak bark extract) = 1oz. = $21.95ea./tube = $351.20/1lb.Wound Vacuum Systems = $250.00/per day averageHyperbaric Oxygen Chambers = $235.00/per visit averageMuscle Flap Surgery (sacral area) = +$16,500.00/averageSkin Graft (ankle) = +$4,750.00/averagePlus many other Conventional/Standard & Alternative modes of therapywith the same astonishing cost to material product weight ratios.Simply do the math yourself. DermaWound Brand Products Better, Faster and More Efficient - Period!
  6. 6. Pressure & Bed Sores / Decubitus Ulcers35 Y.O. Female with Cerebral Palsy, parapalegic since birth. Incontinent, bed sore of 9 month duration. • DAY 1, February 21 - Prior to first application of DermaWound Original . Wound is draining with pus, odorous and tender to the touch. Began DermaWound dressing changes BID. Area was gently cleansed with warm water. Surrounding area completely towel dried - wanting to avoid further tissue maceration. Apply DermaWound with an occusive dressing, 1/4 inch thick - covering affected areas of tissue damage. • DAY 7, February 27 - 1. Areas of erythema (redness) and edema (swelling) greatly reduced. 2. Areas on buttocks healing nicely. 3. Large eschar formation on sacral prominence. 4. Patient reports decreased pain and discomfort. 5. Dressing changes now once a day.
  7. 7. • DAY 35, March 27 - 1. Large eschar has "auto-debrided". 2. Areas of erythema and edema reduced even more. Skin blanches to touch. 3. Normal appearing tissue were large areas of defects were present. 4. Patient was discharged back to home care. 5. Visiting nurses reported complete wound closure was achieved in 7 additional days after this final picture in the nursing home.
  8. 8. Surgical Wound Dehiscence / Chronic Non-Healing Wound56 Y.O. Male. Status Post Surgical Abdominal Wound Dehiscence. Chronic Alcoholic. Very Poor Nutrition. Bowel resection 4.5 months prior for cancerous growth. • Treatment to date: 1. Two weeks post-op incision was infected; patient had low grade fever and anorexia. 2. Sutures were removed and incision was left open to heal by secondary intention. 3. After 12 weeks of home care patient was brought to nursing home to insure proper dressing changes and adequate diet. 4. Patient had been in nursing home for 4 weeks with slight improvement. DAY 1, Start of DermaWound Original BID. November 8 Wound is clean, slight exudates, pus & odor. No blood. Border of incision is erythematous & tender to touch. Patient is febrile. • DAY 3, November 11 - 1.Wound is visibly improving. Length & width of open incision decreasing. 2. Border of erythema less prominent. No odor, some pus still present. Edges appear to be pulling together. 3. Area is no longer tender to touch. 4. "Meaty" looking granulation tissue forming.
  9. 9. • DAY 8, November 16 - 1. Length & width of incision decreasing. 2. Wound edges pulling together. 3. No erythema or exudates present. 4. Deeper defects filling in with healthy granulation tissue. 5. No evidence of allergy. 6. No longer febrile.• DAY 11, November 19 - 1. Central portion of open incision has approximated. 2. No erythema along borders. Wound is clean. 3. Patient has been with out a fever for over a week. 4. Granulation tissue continues to fill in deeper defects.• DAY 24, December 2 - 1. Approximated edges in center appear to have been closed by primary intention (with sutures). 2. Superior and Inferior defects are virtually filled in & continue to pull together. Patient was eager to get back home and left nursing facility with 5 tubes of DermaWound the day after this picture was taken.
  10. 10. Venous Stasis Ulcers / "The Mother of All Wounds"67 Y.O. Diabetic Male with Venous Stasis Ulcers, 19 year duration. Treatment to date: 1. Compression boots. 2. Antibiotics. 3. Ionic Silver solution DAY 1, March 13 - Prior to first application of DermaWound Venous Stasis (VS). Began twice daily DermaWound VS dressing changes. Area was gently cleansed with warm water. Surrounding area completely towel dried. Applied DermaWound VS with an occusive dressing, 1/4 inch thick - covering affected areas. Held in place with Kerlex gauze and paper tape. DAY 10, March 22 - 1. Noticable change in lower leg and foot, erythema (redness) and edema (swelling) greatly reduced. 2. Normal skin color appearing on areas of foot.. 3. Wound size is decreasing 4. Patient reports decreased pain and discomfort. 5. Dressing changes now once a day.
  11. 11. • DAY 26, April 7- 1.Areas of erythema and edema reduced even more. Skin blanches to touch. 2. Skin islands appearing in larger areas of granualtion tissue. 3. Ulcer size continuing to decrease in size.• DAY 40, April 21 - 1. Ulcerated areas continuing to decrease in size. 2.Normal appearing tissue were large areas of defects were present. Patient completely recovered over the next 6 weeks. This really is "The Mother of All Wounds". Even though the patient had advanced and chronic venous stasis ulcers of 19 year duration, he did heal, albeit slowly, with use of DermaWound VS.
  12. 12. Bed Sore / Pressure Sore / Sacral Decubiti 77 Y.O. Female. Insulin Dependent Diabetes Type II;Mild Cerbral Vascular Accident Incontinence of bowel and bladder; Arthritis. • Treatment to date: 1. Cleansed area with Normal Saline and applied Hydrogel and covered with standard dressing and Ointment QD. 2. Patients Sacral Decubiti had not improved in six months. • DAY 1, October 19 – Began DermaWound Original BID. Wound is clean. No pus, exudates, odor or blood. Surrounding area (8x10cm) is non-blanching erythema. No granulation tissue. Patient is tender to touch. Slight fever. • DAY 3, October 21 - 1.Area of surrounding erythema decreased. 2. Superior defect reduced in size. Inferior defect decreasing in size also. 3. Both areas have granulation tissue present. 4. Wounds are visibly improving. No evidence of allergy. 5. Pain is decreased.
  13. 13. • DAY 5, November 23- 1. Surrounding area of erythema greatly reduced. 2. Skin now blanches with 5 secs. of pressure. 3. Patient reports no longer in pain. 4. Superior wound edges have approximated. Inferior wound greatly reduced in size and edges appear to be pulling together.• DAY 9, October 27 - 1. Superior defect closed. 2. Inferior defect edges approximating. 3. Patient continues to be pain free.• DAY 17, November 4- 1. Superior Decubiti healed. 2. Inferior decube edges have approximated. 3. Patient is afebrile and pain free. Total Recovery Time = 17 days.
  14. 14. Before and After 24 days & 9 tubes of DermaWound Original Total Cost of Product = $426.15 Very time & cost effective!Before and After 35 days & 11 tubes of DermaWound Original Total Cost of Product = $520.85 Very time & cost effective!
  15. 15. Before and After 17 days & 3 tubes of DermaWound Original Total Cost of Product = $142.05 Very time & cost effective!Before and After 40 days & 15 tubes of DermaWound Venous Stasis Total Cost of Product = $710.25 Very time & cost effective!
  16. 16. DermaWound® Brand Our "New & Improved" DermaWound Brand Products:Products 1. Are 95% the same ingredients as before and still 100% natural;New & Improved 2. Are now much smoother and creamier (no rough granules); 3. Have far better adherence to uneven and hard to reach woundFormulas for 2011! surfaces – resulting in less product waste;After 15 successful years in a jar that had 4. Are concentrated - so you only use half as much as before (1/8 -its challenges; we are proud to announce 1/4 inch depth);a new era for DermaWound, 5. Comes in a Tube – so it is less bulky, easier to transport andProgressiveDoctors.com and its parent store than the jar;company Wound Care USA, LLC 6. Will not leak and has a flip-top lid that snaps shut (push down on center of lid); 7. Has a longer shelf life (2 years); 8. Will not separate, no mixing or turning required; 9. Will not dry out like the jars had a tendency to do; 10. Still contain ZERO animal products, steroids, ‘cillin or sulfa drugs. Note - DermaWound has always had many indications for all types of wounds, but is now even more functional than before. As a result of the new physical properties you can now use it for additionalUnlike other "new & improved" formula indications - such as around an infected Ostomy or catheter site, orchanges that are done to successful around infected orthopedic external fixations. DermaWound is stillproducts that have been around for many #1 for all your Wound Care needs!years; we are confident our professional Thank You.and private clients are going to welcomethe greatly Improved Physical Qualities David Dixon, MD – President, Wound Care USA, LLCnow present in a product they have grownto trust, appreciate and depend on todeliver results - when needed most.
  17. 17. DermaWound Cost Comparison StudyConversion Facts: 6 Ounces = 168 Grams. 1 Ounce = 28 Grams. 1/2 Ounce = 14Grams.Lets face the sad and disturbing truth - standard / conventional wound care and itsexpensive products and machines are cash cows for an industry that reaps billionsfrom Insurances, Medicare and You, for months and/or years of assisted care, surgicalprocedures, constant debriding (which in our opinion only makes matters worse) anddressing changes that go on and on indefinetly - often with no end in sight. We dontthink thats right. Do you?Example: We know a case where Medicare/U.S. Taxpayers (and this is not unusual),paid more than $350,000 to treat a single stage 4 Pressure Sore over 3 (three) years!They tried everything; DermaWound closed it in 9 weeks and for $704.00.It is highly unusual for any chronic non-healing wound (except a large Venous StasisUlcer of long standing duration) to need more than $300.00 worth of DermaWound.The average cost to treat a wound using our product is $135.75. Comparing all othermodes of conventional clinical therapy, the national average cost to treat a non-healing wound in the U.S.A. is currently $6,350.00 and rising.

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