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Wound Healing Collagen Gel from Sage and Sun Holdings Now Offered by Rehabmart.com

July 7, 2013

Their Wound Care Stimulen™ Collagen Gel introduces a bioavailable state of hydrolyzed bovine collagen that interacts with the wound in such a way to form a gel that creates a moist wound healing environment. Specifically classified as a collagen-based wound filler, Stimulen™ is ideally suited for use with compromised patients or ‘stalled’ wounds, creating a nutrient rich protective growth medium for the proliferation of healthy cellular growth.

Elberton, GA (PRWEB) July 07, 2013

Rehabmart.com, an online e-commerce company that sells rehabilitation and medical supplies, has joined into a distribution collaboration with Sage and Sun Holdings to offer Southwest Technologies’ Wound Care Stimulen™ Collagen Gel Tube to a wider consumer marketplace. Proudly manufactured in the USA, the products from Southwest Technologies which are solely distributed by Sage and Sun offer over thirty years of proven effectiveness and include innovative wound care solutions that are utilized by hospitals, long-term care facilities, health clinics, home health care, assisted living facilities, sports and athletic organizations, rehab and therapy clinics, palliative care, hospice, military, and disease, pain and wound care management programs nationwide.

Their Wound Care Stimulen™ Collagen Gel introduces a bioavailable state of hydrolyzed bovine collagen that interacts with the wound in such a way to form a gel that creates a moist wound healing environment. Specifically classified as a collagen-based wound filler, Stimulen™ is ideally suited for use with compromised patients or ‘stalled’ wounds, creating a nutrient rich protective growth medium for the proliferation of healthy cellular growth. Reported to provide the scaffold necessary for fibroblast attachment, growth and proliferation, collagens encourage the deposition and organization of newly formed collagen fibers and granulation tissues in the wound.

Also available in a powder form, the Stimulen™ gel form is easier to apply to areas where the powder may be difficult, such as the bottoms of feet, or on a vertical leg wound. This gel also inhibits bacterial and fungal growth and can be used for a wide variety of applications including surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, abrasions, cuts, scrapes, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, vascular ulcers, second-degree burns, necrotic wounds, diabetic wounds, tunneling wounds and any chronic non-healing wounds.

“We are thrilled to introduce more consumers to the amazing healing benefits of the Southwest Technologies’ Wound Care Stimulen™ Collagen Gel Tubes via Sage and Sun Holdings,” said Hulet Smith, OTR/L, MBA and CEO of Rehabmart. “As the perfect primary dressing for stubborn or stalled wounds, Stimulen™ brings a highly concentrated dispersion of modified collagen to the affected wound site. This gel form makes it easier to apply to wounds that are in areas where the powder is not convenient or workable. From filling a wound cavity to applying lightly to superficial cuts and scrapes, this revolutionary collagen gel will help speed healing, even in chronic and deep non-healing wounds. We are very proud to offer this, and all of the ingenious wound care solutions via Sage and Sun Holdings to our customers at Rehabmart.com.”

About Rehabmart.com:

As an Occupational Therapist, the founder of Rehabmart, Hulet Smith, has the breadth of knowledge and experience necessary to match the needs of his customers with the very latest innovative products in the field of medical supplies and rehabilitation equipment. As a parent of special needs children, he has a personal interest in finding the best products to improve the lives of those who are disabled and medically challenged. Rehabmart.com is committed to providing superior customer service, competitive pricing and exceptional product offerings.

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