Argogen spray

First scar dressing with ionic silver zeolite powder spray. For exuding wounds.

Dressing for exudative injuries and woundsFavours the process of scarring and reduces the risk of infection. Offered as a spray which makes it very hygienic and its application very practical.

It is indicated for the treatment of exudative wounds in order to reduce the microbial load, for treating and preventing local infection and systemic dissemination.

Offered as a powder spray, the active substance is zeolite charged with silver ions. (Zeolite, Ag +)

Favours the process of scar formation and reduces the risk of infection.

Its application is very hygienic, simple and practical. The product adheres to the treated area and can be removed using a physiological solution.

Class III Medical Device

It contains no derivatives from animal tissues (collagen, keratin, and elastin).

Presentation: Spray 125 and 50 ml.

Common indications
  • Burns
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Donor wounds
  • Bed sores
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Vascular ulcers
How does Argogen Spray work?

Argogen spray contains zeolite charged with silver ions.

Zeolites are alum inosilicates of a porous structure and with a high hydration capacity which through a process of ion exchange, they can be charged with ionic silver.

When this ionic silver loaded zeolite is in contact with the exuding wound, the silver passes through the exudate, exerting its action. The zeolite, in turn, captures part of the water content of the application area.

Antimicrobial properties of ionic silver (Ag +)
  • Silver, in its ionic form (Ag +), has proven antimicrobial properties against:
  • Bacteria
  • A aerobic -bacteria GRAM +
  • I Staphylococcus aureus.
  • II Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • III vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE)
  • B- aerobic bacteria GRAM-
  • I Pseudomonas areuginosa
  • II Escherichia coli
  • Fungi
  • Virus