woundhub handsets

Woundtrim - Wound cleaning, irrigation & drying


A sterile single-use multi-functional handset incorporating three key functions for burn and wound treatment


Wound cleaning and removal of wound dressings is easier and less painful using the Woundtrim’s irrigation function. By applying a controlled spray of sterile liquid (e.g. saline or water), wounds can be cleaned without the need for swabs and spatulas facilitating minimal discomfort to the patient

Debriding and pulsed lavage

Using a pressurised stream of filtered air, the Woundtrim assists practitioners in the removal of wound dressings, the debridement of damaged and necrotic tissue, irrigation, and the drying of wounds and burns.

Using adjustable pulse lavage that produces a fine pressurised saline spray, debridement can be achieved without the need for scraping, cutting, or anaesthetic.

Wound drying

Drying of the wound area following irrigation and debridement using warm low-pressure air will evaporate excess moisture from the wound before application of topical creams. The drying function is also well suited to large wound areas which have been cooled during the irrigation and debridement process. The broad, nozzle provides a high volume of warm air applied at a low impact pressure to minimise patient discomfort during the procedure.

Woundtreat - Topical cream application


Topical cream application

Wound dressing with antiseptic topical cream spray application can be achieved using woundtreat in a more controlled, less invasive, and less painful procedure. With better coverage and controlled layering, the result is lower cream usage with better adhesion in fraction of the time.

Woundpulse - Wound massage



Woundpulse is a sterile single-use multi-functional hand piece that incorporates massage functionalities for accelerated healing of diabetic ulcers and lymphodoema.

Woundpulse’s massage function uses intermittent positive pressure pulsation applied using vibrating air jets. Massage stimulates blood flow through skin tissue through the dilation of micro vessels and the reduction of oedema. Tapotement massage can also be applied using the pulse oscillation functionality. Massage has been shown to reduce oedema, improve circulation, and encourage blood to flow to wound areas that may be starved of oxygen, as often is the case with diabetic foot ulcers and other peripheral vascular conditions. The woundpulse is ideal for treating lymphodaema, neuropathy and avoiding pressure ulcers.