Imagine life without:
Sharp or Surgical Debridements; Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers; Wound Vacs; Regranex; Santyl; Skin Grafts (Apligraft), etc.

Why Do You Need DermaWound?

DermaWound not only stops bacteria, but is proven to kill bacteria. DermaWound is non-toxic and fully natural and, in addition to having all 13 of the features recommended by the national institute of health for wound care products, DermaWound is both FDA approved and endorsed by the World Health Organization.

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DermaWound Helps Fight MRSA

MRSA is a superbacteria, meaning it’s incredibly resistant to most antibiotics. It effects an average of 90,000 Americans each year, and results in around 20,000 deaths most of who are children and the elderly. It can be found almost anywhere. Hotspots include schools, gyms, and medical clinics. 

The solution is DermaWound.

Make sure your loved ones are fully protected, pick up DermaWound today!

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Dr. Gitterle on DermaWound

Learn more about DermaWound’s practical applications, efficacy, and ease of use from the Chief Medical Officer of WoundCentrics, LLC, Dr. Marcus Gitterle!

Why Choose DermaWound?

Great question! Below are a few reason’s we recommend it, take a look at our other videos to learn more!

  • DermaWound is an affordable, non-toxic, and completely natural solution and aid to many common problems including bed sores, minor scrapes, abrasions, and blisters, and an array of ulcers for which you can find a comprehensive list farther down the page! 
  • DermaWound offers 6 products in 1
    1. An auto-debrider and anesthetic
    2. A broad-spectrum antimicrobial
    3. An oder eliminator
    4. An anti-inflammatory 
    5. An angiogenic
    6. A wound nourishment ointment 
  • For over 24 years, DermaWound has been trusted and utilized in more than 150,000 facilities nationwide. 
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DermaWound – Introduction
Video by David M. Dixon, MD (Inventor) – 3:02

Wound Care – The Uncomfortable Truth / Facts & Fiction
Video by David M. Dixon, MD – 3:28

DermaWound – General Product Descriptions & Indications
Video by David M. Dixon, MD – 1:41

DermaWound – Venous Stasis (VS) Formula Overview
Video by David M. Dixon, MD – 2:02

Wound Care – Forget Everything You Have Ever Been Told!
Video by David M. Dixon, MD – 1:45

DermaWound – Application, Dressing Changes & More
Video by David M. Dixon, MD – 11:03

Pressure / Bed Sores

Diabetic Leg and Foot Ulcers

Decubitus Ulcers

Surgical Wound Dehiscence

Surgical Wound Sites (ex. Post Mohs Surgery)

Indwelling Catheters & Ostomy Sites

External Fixations

Arteriosclerotic Ulcers

Ischaemic Ulcers

Non-Healing Lacerations

Traumatic Ulcers

Spider Bite Ulcers (Brown Recluse)

Amputee Stumps

Chronic or Re-occuring Wounds

Venous Stasis Type Ulcers

Ankle Ulcers

Scleroderma Ulcers

Sickle Cell Ulcers

Auto-Immune Ulcers

Non-acute Thermal Burns (Burn Ulcers)

Radiation Burn Ulcers

Minor scrapes, abrasions and blisters