Wound and Ulcer Healing with MEBO Wound Ointment
Burns refers to the summation of all types of wounds and ulcers, each type of which corresponds with the pathogenic rule of burns and requires treatment of anti-inflammation and regenerative restoration. Therefore, MEBO has an ideal effect on body surface wounds and ulcers such as haemorrhoids, bedsores and wound infection.
The causal factors of body ulcers are complicated, including both exterior causes and intrinsic factors accelerating the generation of ulcers. Importance should be weighed during clinical judgment.
The skin ulcer in body surface, which is not healed after 3 weeks, is called skin tissue ulcer wound.
The basic fiber plate turns hard and contracted without elasticity, and the blood circulation and lymphatic return of surface layer granulation tissues are bad, leading to hyperplasia, aging, and edema of granulation tissues, and aggravation of ulcers.
- The familiar wounds and ulcers in clinical practice include burns, wounds, and the surgery incisions, which are not healed in phase Ⅰ.
- Diabetes and pressure ulcers (bedsore) are also common, and the main primary diseases of bedsore include pamplegia, hemiplegia due to cerebrovascular accident, brain trauma, carbon monoxide poisoning.
- The incidence of ulcers in the injection sites (such as the areas with drug exosmosis and long-time intramuscular injection) is comparatively high. In addition, there are circulative ulcers, scarring ulcers, radioactive ulcers etc.
Routine surgical dressing change is the main therapy for the local treatment of body surface ulcers.
The main principle of treatment is anti-infection and repeating dressing change, resulting in long disease course, difficulties in curing the diseases, and great pains to the patients.
MEBO is the culture medium of skin regeneration, which is an ointment with frame construction.
When treating burn wound, MEBO can liquidize and remove the necrotic tissues without damages through the four-biochemical reactions (that is, hydrolysis, enzymolysis, saponification and rancidity) under the actions of pharmacokinetics.
MEBO contains abundant natural nutritional ingredients, which can infiltrate into wound tissues, supply essential materials to the growing cells, activate the stem cells in situ, and make the stem cells divide, differentiate, proliferate to complete the embryo combination of stem cells in the original position.
At last, the physiological connection of the skin tissues and cells in the original position and the regeneration of skin can be realized.
The treatment modes of MEBO can be divided into two types:
1. One type is using MEBO to treat refractory diseases;
2. the other type is using MEBO immediately after ulcers are found.
MEBO therapy can produce two useful effects:
- one is controlling local infection of ulcers as soon as possible after the application of ointment;
- the other is continual use of MEBO leading to the complete healing of wound.
The treatment methods mainly include exposure therapy and occlusive dressing.
Treatment method for Bedsore:
smear adequate MEBO Wound Ointment evenly on the wound with a thickness of 2~3 mm and then dressing bandage it. Change dressing 2 times a day.
Three days later, the necrotic tissues and the fibrous lamina around the wound are moisten by MEBO and turn soft and loose.
Then surgical knife or scissors are used to remove the necrotic tissues to keep the wound relatively fresh. MEBO should be used 2 times a day.
Before each redressing, the necrotic tissues and also the secretion should be cleared completely. 10 to 15 days later, the wounds turn better obviously. Dressing is continued once a day.
For those not suitable for exposed therapy, the wound can be bandaged until the wound is healed.
For diabetic ulcers, asking internist for examination and treatment is a necessity. Control blood sugar and harnzucker and pay attention to diet regulation. Or else the chronic ulcer will not heal.
For long-term bed patients with relatively poor constitution, pay attention to the treatment of the primary disease and also the diet regulation when treating body surface ulcers. At the same time, supplement nutrition and promote the plasma protein level to supply enough nutrition for wound healing. Local compression is avoided. Combined therapy is the necessity for ulcer healing.
82 years old. 12 pressure ulcers scatter at the back and pars sacra lis
|Severe Bedsore (pictures)|
62 years old. severe bedsore (II degree).
|Decubital ulcer (pictures)|
Decubital ulcer: 10×10cm2, III degree, left buttocks
Bedsore Ulcers (Phase Ⅲ bedsore)
The key points in decubital treatment are as follows: treat the primary disease actively, strengthen the basic nurse, and enhance the resistance of the body, etc.
Radix Scutellariae, Cortex Phellodendri Chinensis, Rhizoma Coptidis, Beeswax, and Sesami oil
Light yellow-brown ointment with sesame oil smell
Functions and Indications:
Clear away heat and toxic materials, subside swellings, relieve pains and promote granulation;
analgesic, anti-inflammation, anti-infection, ulcer-management, liquefying and removing necrotic skin tissues without causing further injury,
physiological regeneration and repair of skin,
promoting the wound healing, mitigating injuries
and lessening scar formation.
1. Acute Wounds
Surgical wounds including donor site wounds, cosmetic surgical wounds, ostomy wounds, wounds of circumcision, obstetrical wounds
2. Chronic Wounds (Typical Clinical Cases Profiles)
Regeneration of skin organ in situ after deep burns via keratin-19 positive expressed epidermis stem cells;
Analgesic effects by protecting nerve endings and relaxing arrectors pilorum;
Wound protection by a unique sponge-like frame structure dosage form, which creates a physiological moist environment to keep the barrier function of burn wound in early stage;
Anti-inflammatory by the effects of ß－sitosterol and other ingredients;
Stop or reduce progressive necrosis by recovery of stasis zone in burns wounds;
Drainage of necrotic tissues without further injury to residual viable tissues;
Prevention and control of wound infection through variation of pathogenic microorganism and reduction in bacterial toxicity on burn wounds and necrotic tissue liquefaction and removal.
Patients suffering larger burn surface areas and developing systemic disease must be treated by the doctors of in the hospital with experiences of MEBT.
Repeated squeezing and crashing may soften and thin the ointment, especially in summer, which will not affect its therapeutic efficacy. When it occurs, soak the screwed-tube in boiling water for several minutes and then stand to cool, its dosage form will return to normal.
No adverse effect has been reported.
Direction for Use:
For external use only.
Directly apply MEBO ointment onto the burn or scald wounds to a thickness less than 1mm every 4-6 hours. Remove the residual ointment and exudation before medicine renewal. The wound should be exposed.
40g per tube, Aluminum-plastic compound tube
Those hypersensitive to sesame oil
Store the ointment in acool place, keep out of reach of children
Date of Production:
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