In the exudation phase, skin injuries often lead to bleeding. The body then initiates hemostasis, which in turn leads to vasoconstriction and thromobocyte adhesion and aggregation. In addition, the platelet plug forms and the blood coagulation cascade is activated. A fibrin clot is formed. This phase is characterized by crusts and necrosis. The cleansing phase then begins, during which vasodilation occurs to transport macrophages and neutrophil granulocytes to the wound area. Inflammatory cells repel germs, remove dead tissue, and release chemotactic agents and growth factors. Wound secretions exude. During this phase, the cells and hormones of the immune system are significantly involved in killing invading germs and in the healing process.
In the granulation phase, new tissue is formed and the wound is filled. Fibroblasts and endothelial cells migrate into the wound margins. The fibroblasts form collagen under the degradation of the fibrin network, while the migrating endothelial cells give rise to capillaries, which provide optimal wound perfusion and ensure metabolism. A cellular matrix of fibroblasts, enthodel cells, macrophages, collagen, fibroneticin and hyaluronic acid, which gives its name to the granulation tissue, is formed. Bright red, glassy-transparent granules, the vascular trees of the numerous capillaries, appear here.
In the final phase, the epithelialization phase, the replacement tissue forms and scarring occurs, which can take several weeks. One-third of the diameter of the wound closes solely by shrinkage, as the granulation tissue becomes dehydrated and vascularized. The remaining two-thirds close by new formation of scar tissue, forming collagen fibers that cross-link and stabilize in bundles. Epithelial cells finally close the wound surface.
repeated debridement of necrotic tissue
INFLAMMATION AND INFECTION
Inflammation or infection control
Regulation of the moisture balance
Förderung der Epithelisierung
Millis is a wound protection insert, which is provided with skin-caring, natural active ingredients and soothing on the sore bottom and diaper dermatitis. At the same time, the insert is dry and particularly soft, and thus does not lead to further stress due to moisture or unnecessary strain.
The application of Millis is simple and uncomplicated, it does not smear and can be easily transported and applied on the go. The lightness of the material contributes to the fact that the insert is hardly noticeable to the child in the diaper. Millis is made of a material that is already used in many other baby hygiene products and, thanks to the Oeko-Tex 100 standard, is not only safe but also particularly kind to baby's skin. The effectiveness of the insert is clinically confirmed and the Verträglickeit dermatologically proven with a "Very Good".
The natural active ingredients aloe vera, ubiquinone and almond oil are applied to the insert in the form of tiny capsules. When changing diapers, Millis is applied to the affected area on the sore, freshly cleaned bottom and lightly pressed into the cleft of the buttocks for better hold. Subsequently, the fresh diaper is closed as usual and ready.
By the skin contact and the movement of the baby, the capsules burst and thus gradually release the active ingredients, which act over many hours on the sore buttocks. Thus, the insert contributes to the care of irritated baby skin during diaper wearing. On average, a baby moves twice as much as an adult during sleep, which is why Millis are perfect for use overnight. Thanks to the simple, uncomplicated application, the affected areas are not unnecessarily irritated or strained by rubbing. Urine can transcend through the insert and is thus kept away from the irritated area..