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debritom⁺ cleans acute and chronic wounds precisely and gently. A highly focused microjet of water removes tough wound coatings such as fibrin, necrosis and biofilm, removes foreign bodies from acute wounds and is ideally suited for efficient wound irrigation.

The micro water jet technology is a tissue-preserving and efficient alternative to conventional surgical procedures such as those performed with a scalpel or a surgical shaver.

debritom+ is used for both in-patient and out-patient treatment. The treatment can be carried out without general anesthesia, no or local anesthesia is sufficient. Prescribed by a physician, a wound care specialist can perform the debridement, with this sophisticated and minimally invasive technique, without any assistance. Instead of just performing a dressing change, the wound can be debrided* at the same time. The pressure intensity setting at the device, the distance and angle between the wound and the jet, as well as the speed of the wiping motions determine how much of the wound surface is debrided.

*Wound debridement is defined as the removal of necrotic tissue and deposits such as biofilm, fibrin and detritus, as well as the removal of foreign bodies down to intact anatomical structures while preserving the granulation tissue.

The method involves mechanical cleaning and stimulation by the micro water jet.

debritom+ works with a high-pressure micro water jet that removes both soft and tough slough from the wound, accurately and in a tissue-preserving manner. To this end, a sterile fluid is sprayed through a jet onto the wound surface at a selected intensity level. During debridement, draping is used to protect the treatment provider, the patient and the treatment setting from aerosols.

The debridement is continued until all extinct tissue is removed. Minimal superficial bleeding from the wound bed is a desirable effect. The treatment provider deliberately provokes microbleeding in order to bring about hyperemization, which accelerates the regenerative process of the wound healing during all four phases (exudation, proliferation, maturation and epithelialization). The treatment of patients undergoing anticoagulation therapy is generally unproblematic. Any time, micro water jet debridement is being applied, mircobleeding might occur. However, the microbleeding is only one factor in the deliberate stimulation and activation of the body's own wound healing.

debritom+ can be used with various irrigation fluids.

debritom+ is compatible with all commercially available irrigation fluids such as Ringer's solution, saline solution or solutions containing polyhexanide. The functionality of debritom+ is not compromised.

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Effective, time-saving 10 minute treatment session.

Experience has shown that debridement with debritom+ substantially reduces the amount of time required for wound treatment.

Thoroughly removes fibrin, biofilm and necrotic tissue

Fibrin, biofilm and necrotic tissue are thoroughly removed from the wound. The desired microbleeding and intact granulation are visible.

Reduced formation of scar tissue

Compared to surgical methods, considerably less scar tissue forms. The treated surface has a very smooth appearance and the tissue remains soft and stable. There is no tightness or uneven sloughing associated with hyperkeratosis.

No general anesthesia required

In most cases, local anesthesia or superficial anesthesia is sufficient, even for treating large wounds.

Transforms chronic wounds into acute wounds

Debridement with the micro water jet method transforms stagnant, chronic wounds into acute wounds; in other words, wound healing is re-initiated.

Types of wounds

debritom+ is used for the following areas of application:

Chronic wounds

Cleaning and debridement of necrotic, dry, wet and other slowly healing wounds

Preparing the wound surface for skin transplant or skin substitutes

Stimulating renewal of stagnant wound healing

Acute wounds

High-pressure irrigation and cleansing

Removal of foreign bodies


Venous and arterial leg ulcers

Diabetic foot syndrome


Infected acute wounds

Burn wounds

Types of wounds

debritom+ is used for the following areas of application:


Out-patient wound care facilities

Ambulatory surgical wound care centers


Patient rooms bedside

Emergency ward