microjet therapy

for optimal wound bed preparation and accelerated healing!

The medaxis microfluid jet is classified as a proven and effective therapy according to several of our clinical studies, which contributes to ideal wound bed preparation and accelerated healing. Most wound treatment therapies are limited to a single mode of action. The medaxis microfluid jet not only cleans acute and chronic wounds, but provides multiple clinical benefits while promoting healing. 

+ Microbleeding and neovascularization

The microfluid jet provokes microbleeding, which provides the wound with the oxygen and nutrients necessary for neovascularization and tissue growth.

+ Stimulation and oxygenation

Stimulation of the wound bed by the microfluid jet increases cell activity and promotes blood flow, allowing oxygen supplied during treatment to reach the wound. 

+ Removal of biofilm and reduction of bacterial load.

Biofilm is a major obstacle to wound healing. Its removal by the microfluidic jet leads to a reduction of the bacterial load, which is important for the healing process. 

+ Returning chronic wounds to the state of acute wounds.

Stagnant, chronic wounds are returned to the state of an acute wound by Microjet therapy, i.e. wound healing is initiated again.

= Impetus for endogenous wound healing

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Technical data



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Jet push pressure




Jet push pressure

The jet push pressure is the abrasive effect brought about by the water jet of the debritom+. It is the force per area which pushes (arrives) on the wound surface. The jet push pressures force is dependent on the intensity level selected at the debritom+ and the distance and angle of the handpiece in relation to the wound surface.