Synedgen has developed a breakthrough Wound Care portfolio designed to clean and protect wounds for improved healing. Synedgen’s Wound Care products provide superior wound cleansing and a barrier to infection.
6.5 million Americans suffer from non-healing advanced wounds. The cost of treating these infections exceeds $25 billion in the U.S. alone.  Wounds that do not heal within 30 days are 70% likely not to close. These non-healing wounds account for a third of all amputations. Half of these amputated patients die within 5 years. 
Developed cooperatively with the United States Army, our products support a healing environment without using harsh and abrasive chemicals that can cause pain and inflammation to damaged tissue. Our products have been designed to meet the needs of those most at risk—warfighters, diabetics, and the elderly.SynePure Wound Cleanser is an FDA 510(k)-cleared, non-cytotoxic cleanser that gently cleanses wounds to remove organic material and debris that impede healing. SynePure is a no-rinse, easy-to-use formula that gently irrigates wounds to improve patient comfort.
Studies have shown rinsing with SynePure rinse:
- Removes dirt and debris
- Reduces scarring
- Disperses bacterial biofilm through physical and mechanical actions
Catasyn Wound Hydrogel is an FDA 510(k)-cleared, non-cytotoxic, non-sensitizing, topically applied hydrogel that provides a moist environment for improved healing. High moisture environments provide a barrier action against wound contamination. Catasyn’s liquid-gel formulation is ideal for precise application within irregular wound margins.
- Generates a moist environment that promotes healing
- Is compatible with other wound management therapies
- Reduces healing time
- Does not inhibit wound healing, unlike traditional therapies
SynePure and Catasyn do not require additional preparation and are designed to be seamlessly compatible with each other and with other methods to clean and protect wounds.Synedgen Wound Care Products were developed in part with support from the National Institutes of Health, DARPA, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, and the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. These products can be used in a variety of civilian and military settings.
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