SEAL PROTECT HEAL
Hydrogel Wound Sealant
Membra a long lasting, transparent, bandage replacement
that is made of a non-toxic, biodegradable, hydrogel polymer.
Up to 14 Days of Protection
No gauze, no tape, no wraps, no worries about getting it wet,
and no more daily bandage changes!
Membra starts as a liquid hydrogel that can be “painted” over various types and shapes of open wounds. In seconds after application, Membra congeals into a gas-permeable bandage replacement providing wound protection for up to 14 days!*
Accidents happen, and our aquatic friends need help too. Luckily Membra is also water resistant.
Providing a bandage option where there is none!
This is a specially formulated polymer designed for incision and wound protection in:
· Small Animals…such as: Dogs and Cats
· Large Animals…such as: Horses and Goats
· Exotic Animals…such as: Snakes, Lizards and Frogs
· Marine Mammals…such as: Seals, Dolphins, Whales and Turtles
· Zoo Animals…such as: Elephants, Primates and Birds
Membra acts by forming a thin coating that protects the incision site or wound area. It is initially applied as a liquid and transforms into a flexible, breathable gel in about 60-90 seconds.
Membra forms a protective layer that prevents dirt and debris from entering the incision or wound area for up to 14 days post application.
Membra is colorless, odorless, flexible, water resistant, non-irritating and designed to enhance the healing process. The wound will heal and the polymer will dissolve naturally after 2 weeks.
Membra is recommended for all open wounds, cuts, scrapes, abrasions, burns, hot spots, and ALL surgical incisions.
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Membra is not intended as a wound or incision closure device and should not be used on wounds that are actively bleeding or seeping heavily.
*Length of protection was tested under ideal conditions. While Membra’s unique polymer was formulated for maximum durability, we know your patients are not always in ideal conditions. We recommend more frequent monitoring for animals in less-controlled environments.