The Power of Pure Hypochlorous Acid

Vashe Wound Solution helps to cleanse the wound and accomplish the goals of wound bed preparation in a biocompatible, safe, effective, and natural way. This solution of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) acts as a preservative that inhibits microbial contamination within the solution. Vashe Wound Solution has the highest concentration of pure HOCl.

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Know The Importance of pH

a graph showing the effect on pH levels by vashe

Lowering the pH into a range of 4-6 results in HOCl as the dominant species and a pH similar to intact human skin. As a result, the activity increases by a factor of 80-100 times that observed in higher-pH solutions such as Dakin's, while the lower pH apparently eliminates cytotoxicity and confers sporicidal activity.1,2

Stay In The Zone With NZT 5.5

Vashe Wound Solution, powered by a proprietary electrochemical process called Natural Zone Technology 5.5, is titrated to a skin-friendly pH of 5.5 to mimic the body's natural antimicrobial defenses and provide an ideal healing environment.

  • Non-cytotoxic and skin-neutral pH2
  • Removes microorganisms3
  • Physically disrupts biofilm3
  • Debridement, irrigation4
a graph showing vashe's effectiveness with chlorine gas

Safe For All Types Of Wounds

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Vashe Wound Solution is intended for cleansing, irrigating, moistening, debriding, and removing foreign material, including microorganisms, from:

  • Acute and chronic dermal lesions
  • Stage I-IV pressure ulcers
  • Stasis ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • First- and second-degree burns
  • Abrasions and minor irritations of the skin
  • Grafted and donor sites

Proven Efficacy

Vashe Wound Solution has been tested against many common pathogens, including fungi, spores, and multi-drug-resistant bacterial strains.5-7

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Clinical Support

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References

1. Block SS, ed. Disinfection, sterilization, and preservation. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger; 2000. 2. Wang L, et al: Hypochlorous acid as a potential would care agent: Part I, Stabilized hypochlorous acid: A component of the inorganic armamentarium of innate immunity. J Burns Wounds. 2007;6:65-79. 3. Robson MC. Treating chronic wounds with hypochlorous acid disrupts biofilm. Today's Wound Clinic. November/December. 4. Miller C, Mouhlas A.Significant cost savings realized by changing debridement protocol. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2014;9:9-8. 5. Vashe Would Solution data developed from USP 51 Antimicrobial testing. 6. Bohn GA et al. Can the use of hypochlorous acid change your dressing selection? Poster Presentation: Symposium for Advanced Wound Care; 2013; Orlando, FL. 7. Nerandzic MM, Rackaityte E, Jury LA, Eckart K, Donksey CJ. Novel Strategies for Enhanced Removal of Persistent Bacillus anthracis Surrogates and Clostridium difficile Spores from Skin. PLoS One. 2013;8(7):e68706. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068706.

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