sodium hyaluronate




Zuellig Pharma


EP Plus Group
Full Prescribing Info
Hyalo4 Regen Hyaluronic acid, type I horse collagen, hyaluronic acid. Hyalo4 Skin Hyaluronic acid sodium salt. Hyalo4 Start Sodium hyaluronate, collagenase.
Hyalo4 Regen Pad: Acute and chronic lesions, from moderately to highly exudating wounds. Treatment of pressure ulcers, vascular ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, chronic skin ulcers with delayed healing, surgical lesions, acute and traumatic wounds, general and specialized surgery, traumatology, gynaecology and orthopedics, dentistry, first- and second degree burns. Local haemostat to be used in general surgical procedures, such as vascular reconstructive surgery, vascular surgery, carotid surgery, abdominal and gynaecological surgery, orthopaedic and trauma surgery, dentistry and in first aid to control capillary bleeding.
Hyalo4 Skin Cream: Management of cutaneous irritations and lesions. In particular, it is intended to cover acute and chronic wounds (abrasions, donor sites and post-operative incisions, first and second degree burns, vascular and metabolic ulcers and pressure sores) and to provide a moist wound environment, thus protecting against abrasion, friction and desiccation.
Hyalo4 Start Ointment: Local management of chronic ulcers (i.e. pressure sores, vascular ulcers of the legs, diabetic ulcers). In particular, it is intended to provide an optimal moist environment and wound bed preparation that supports the natural healing process.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Hyalo4 Regen Pad: The product has a smoother and a rougher surface: for better performance it is suggested to apply the smooth surface in contact with the wound. Fix the pad to the lesion by means of a sterile gauze or a non-adherent dressing. Then apply elastic compression bandage. It is recommended to apply the dressing every 3-4 days or at smaller intervals, according to the wound exudate. The product in contact with the exudate gelifies adapting perfectly to the lesion; it is absorbed and dissolves over time. The wound should be monitored every 2-3 days.
Hyalo4 Skin Cream: Apply a thin layer of cream onto the wound surface, two or three times a day. The treated area should be covered with a sterile gauze-pad and a sterile bandage.
Hyalo4 Start Ointment: Apply a layer of about 2mm of ointment on the wound once a day or as per doctor's advice. Cover the treated area with a sterile dressing to assure an appropriate contact.
Known family history of anaphylactic reactions or individual hypersensitivity to the components.
Special Precautions
Hyalo4 Regen Pad: Intended for single use. Do not re-use the leftovers of the pad.
Hyalo4 Skin Cream: Each tube used by one patient only in order to reduce risk of cross infection.
Hyalo4 Start Ointment: Not to use the product for a period longer than 30 days. Do not use on exposed cartilage or tendons. Avoid contact with eyes and mucosae. Tetracycline should not be used locally with START Ointment.
Adverse Reactions
Hyalo4 Regen Pad: The device is biocompatible and bioresorbable. There are no known or reported cases of sensitization or any unwanted or side effects.
Hyalo4 Skin Cream: Application site rash, itching, burning sensation, skin irritation, dryness, erythema, dermatitis, skin discoloration.
Hyalo4 Start Ointment: Undesirable local effects such as pain, itching, burning and erythema may occur.
Drug Interactions
Hyalo4 Skin Cream: Do not use concomitantly with disinfectants containing quaternary ammonium salts because hyaluronic acid can precipitate in their presence.
Hyalo4 Start Ointment: Do not use concomitantly with soaps/detergents, disinfectants containing quaternary ammonium salts, silver and other heavy metals, which can reduce the action of the product.
MIMS Class
Surgical Dressings & Wound Care
ATC Classification
D03AX05 - hyaluronic acid ; Belongs to the class of other cicatrizants. Used in the treatment of wounds and ulcers.
Hyalo4 Skin cream 0.2%
25 g x 1's
Hyalo4 Start oint 0.2%
30 g x 1's
Hyalo4 Regen pad
(5 x 5 cm) 5 × 1's
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