«Wound Conference» reveals a technology that protects diabetics from «gangrene»

During the presentation of the technology «Dermasin» at the Abu Dhabi Conference. From the source

The 14th Abu Dhabi Wound Care Conference concluded its sessions in Abu Dhabi, with the participation of doctors, experts and specialists in wound treatment from around the world.

Participants in the two-day conference showcased modern techniques for wound care and prevention of serious complications, especially serious wounds affecting diabetic patients.

The conference unveiled the Dermasin technique, which has proven effective in treating thousands of diabetic foot sufferers and saved them from amputation surgeries worldwide. Dermasin is based on the manufacture of oxidized water for the treatment of clinical ulcers, diabetic foot treatment and wound treatment.

The conference presented the latest clinical studies related to the technology, which were approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, the European Health and Environmental Protection Authority, the Saudi Food and Drug Authority, and the UAE Ministry of Health, for their ability to protect against gangrene and amputation.

Safa Kaddoumi, general manager of Microsafe Group, which is responsible for dermasin technology, said that the technology is characterized by being free of alcohol or chemicals, which makes it safe on the skin and does not cause irritation or allergies.

"This technology turned water into a solution to disinfect skin and wounds, remove dead tissue from wounds, and kill a wide range of pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and germs," she said during her presentation at the conference.

"Dermasin solution is used in the treatment of clinical ulcers, diabetic ulcers, post-operative wounds and wounds resulting from injuries and accidents, and it is safe to use on exposed tissues, organs and bones."

Participants in the conference stressed the importance of providing the best wound care to preserve limbs and protect patients from serious complications of wounds, in addition to raising awareness of the importance of protecting diabetics from ulcers and foot wounds.

The conference stressed the importance of developing effective awareness programs for wound prevention, training specialists in wound care and adopting effective programs to combat diabetic feet.