UrgoClean Ag box in 3d
UrgoClean Ag box in 3d


Cartoon robots using the Urgo technology to clean a wound

For wounds at risk or with signs of local infection, from the debridement stage

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Fast and effective antimicrobial action5

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Destroys, removes and prevents biofilm reappearance1, 5

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Complete and continuous cleaning action to remove slough exudate and bacterial residues6, 11

Clinically proven complete cleaning action

  • UrgoCleanAg provides complete and continuous cleaning action due to its polyabsorbent fibres
  • 75% reduction in the number of wounds with heavy exudate
  • 62.5% reduction of sloughy tissue and wound debris
  • Continuous cleaning action sustained for up to 7 days
  • The powerful combined cleaning and antimicrobial actiondestroys, removes biofilms and blocks their reformation for up to 7 days
  • UrgoClean Ag reduces 99.99% biofilms population in just 24h1
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UrgoClean Ag


A sterile, non-woven pad composed of hydro-desloughing, polyabsorbent fibres coated with TLC‑Ag

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  2. Desroche N. et al. (2017). Comparison of in vitro anti-biofilm activities of a new poly-absorbent dressing with a silver matrix and a silver containing CMC dressing. Poster EWMA. May, 2017
  3. Desroche N, et al. (2016). Characterization of the antimicrobial spectrum and anti-biofilm activity of a new silver-containing dressing with poly-absorbent fibres and antimicrobial silver matrix. Poster EWMA. May 2016
  4. Desroche N., et al. (2017) Evaluation of in vitro anti-biofilm activities of two dressings with poly-absorbent dressing fibres and a DACC coated dressing. Poster EWMA. May 2017
  5. Percival, S. L., & Suleman, L. (2015). Slough and biofilm: removal of barriers to wound healing by desloughing. Journal of wound care, 24(11), 498-510. https://doi.org/10.12968/jowc.2015.24.11.498
  6. Dissemond, J., Dietlein, M., Neßeler, I., Funke, L., Scheuermann, O., Becker, E., Thomassin, L., Möller, U., Bohbot, S., & Münter, K. C. (2020). Use of a TLC-Ag dressing on 2270 patients with wounds at risk or with signs of local infection: an observational study. Journal of wound care, 29(3), 162-173. https://doi.org/10.12968/jowc.2020.29.3.162
  7. Meaume S, Dissemond J, Addala A, et al. Evaluation of two fibrous wound dressings for the management of leg ulcers: results of a European randomised controlled trial (EARTH RCT). J Wound Care. 2014;23(3):105-116. doi:10.12968/jowc.2014.23.3.105
  8. Kelly J, McGrath A, Wildman S. UrgoClean: a new dressing for desloughing exuding wounds. Br J Community Nurs. 2013;Suppl:S42-S49. doi:10.12968/bjcn.2013.18.sup6.s42
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