COLLAGENASE CC

COLLAGENASE CC

COLLAGENASE CC is a complex of at least ten proteolytic enzymes isolated from the Kamchatka crab. COLLAGENASE CC selectively breaks peptide bonds in collagen, but has no effects on viable muscles, granulation tissue and epithelium. COLLAGENASE CC accelerates the removal of nonviable tissue and exudates from purulent wounds, as well as tissue granulation, and epithelisation. COLLAGENASE CC protects purulent wounds against keloid cicatrix as well as saves the motility of the skin and mild tissues, and the function of joints. The clinical observations and data on morphological research have shown that COLLAGENASE CC acts both on a surface of necrotic detritus and on its border with healthy tissue, where this enzyme hydrolyses fibres of collagen and detaches necrotic masses. COLLAGENASE CC has high specific activity and does not cause allergic and toxic response. Its application is more effective on the initial stage of wound process, when necrosis of connective tissue in the inflammation zone is more acute.

APPLICATION

Enzymatic purification of wounds of different etiology and any localisation in any stage of the wound process: just after surgical treatment and haemostasis; during the prolonged treatment of not healing wounds (especially with wet necrosis); as well as for treatment of scars and scleroderma.