Traumastem Biodress

Unique natural dressing for the treatment of chronic wounds

The new Traumastem Biodress (Emoxicel Biodress) is the first oxidized cellulose preparation in the world for modern treatment of chronic wounds. It significantly accelerates the healing process especially granulation and epithelization of the wounds, considerably reduces pain of the wound, inactivates matrix metalloproteinases, has antibacterial activity, creates a favorable humid microenvironment in a wound and contributes to the stabilization of its internal environment.

Thanks to its unique qualities, Traumastem Biodress is suitable for use in mildly, moderately and even heavily secreting wounds, infected wounds and hard-to-heal wounds. It is perfectly absorbed in a wound and provides great relief from pain. Traumastem Biodress is very easy to apply and absolutely harmless. Due to its natural origin, it is ** very well tolerated by the organism. Traumastem Biodress may **greatly reduce the costs of patient treatment and is suitable even for veterinary application.


  • chronic wounds – decubitus, venous ulcers, etc.
  • other wounds – burns, injuries, etc.

Contraindication: dry and necrotic wounds

Composition: hydrogencalcium salt of oxidized cellulose

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Scientific references

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  • BioTest s.r.o. Cytotoxicity test in vitro. Konárovice. 2007.
  • BioTest s.r.o. Skin Sensitization Test in Guinea Pigs. Konárovice. 2005.
  • BioTest s.r.o. Dermal Irritation/Corrosion Test in Rabbits. Konárovice. 2005.
  • BOGDÁLKOVÁ, D., HORNOVÁ, J. The healing of bone defects after application of carboxycellulose-based dental plugs. Praktické zubní lékařství 1986. Vol. 34, pp. 97–107.
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  • HOFMAN, D., WILSON, J., POORE, S., CHERRY, G. W., RYAN, T. Can Traumastem be used in the treatment of chronic wounds? Journal of Wound Care. September 2000. Vol. 9, No. 8.
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  • HUGHES, M. A.,YANG, Y., CHERRY, G. W. Effect of Traumastem P on the growth of human dermal fibroblasts in vitro. Journal of Wound Care. April 2002. Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 149–154.
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  • KOLLÁR, P., SUCHÝ, P., MUSELÍK, J., BAJEROVÁ, M., HAVELKA, P., SOPUCH, T. Haemostatic effect of oxidized cellulose. Česká a slovenská farmacie. 2008. Vol. 57, No. 1, pp. 11–16.
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Clinical studies

The Application of Oxidized Cellulose in the Therapy of Chronic Ulcerations of Vascular Origin


This clinical study was carried out at St. Anne’s University Hospital of Brno over the period of one year with the participation of 30 patients (Traumastem medical preparation). Based on this study, it was concluded that hydrogencalcium salt of oxidized cellulose (Traumastem biodress) accelerates the treatment of varicose ulcers.

Ambulatory Excision of Perianal Duplicatures

In our study we proved that ambulatory excision of perianal duplicatures is an effective method for removal of patient´s problems and, by keeping of all determined principles, has a minimum of complications. With this method we successfully use Traumastem preparations both for acute bleeding haemostasia on wound areas and to support the healing. Compared with the control group, these preparations significantly improve haemostasia and support or rather accelerate the healing.

Comparation study - Aquacel x Traumacel Biodress

Altogether 30 patients with non-healing wounds, who had been observed according to a clinical protocol for 2 months were included into the study. Indications for application the tested wound dressings were following: diabetic foot syndrome, early surgical dehiscence complicated by healing disturbance of skin covering, ulcerations in patients with treated ischemia by arteriosclerosis obliterans of lower limbs arteries after revascularization, and ulcus cruris of venous and mixed etiology.

Case reports

Case report – Male, 81 years old


The patient is an 81-year-old retired male who has been treated for recidivating ulcerations on the left shinbone for 2 years. The current ulceration has now persisted for 5 months. In his medical history, the patient further lists recurrent microbial eczema on the shinbones.

Case report – Male, 55 years old


The patient is a 55-year-old male, a carpenter by profession, suffering from recurrent ulcerations on the right shinbone for 15 years. The current ulceration has now persisted for 8 months. 25 years ago, the patient suffered an injury with a subsequent fracture of the right shinbone…

Case report – Female, 67 years old


The patient is a 67-year-old retired female who has been treated for recidivating ulcerations on her left shinbone for 22 years. The current ulcerations have persisted for 11 months. The patient suffered from phlebothrombosis 23 years ago. No occurrence of surface phlebitis or erysipelas. Short-stretch bandage compression was worn regularly.

Case report – Male, 51 years old


The patient is a 51-year-old male, a driver by profession, who has been treated recidivation ulcerations on both shinbones for about 20 years. The current ulceration has persisted for 12 months. Phlebitis or erysipelas negated. Short-stretch bandage compression was worn regularly.

Case report - Female, 83 years old


The patient is being treated for ischemic heart disease, hypertension, type II diabetes mellitus treated through diet and for hypothyroidism. She had an operation for arthrosis in both hip joints with insertion of complete endoprosthesis. In 2005, the complete resection of a malignant melanoma in her right cheek was carried out…


31. 03. 2009

Dehiscent wound in a 67-year-old patient after the aortic valve replacement surgery. Post-operative course was complicated by surgical wound dehiscence involving the skin and subcutaneous tissue, 15 cm long and 2 cm deep, with minimal secretion.



22-year-old man, with hemiplegia after spinal cord trauma, which he had suffered snowboarding, is permanently wheelchair ridden.


31. 03. 2009

76-year-old female presented at our out-patient clinic with two years history of non-healing ulcers of the left lower leg. Initially she was treated by a surgeon that considered the ulcers as of trophic etiology.


30. 03. 2009

81-year-old woman with chronic ulcers on the right lower leg since 2004 and a new ulcer on the left lower leg since 11/2008.

Case report - male - 77 years old

The patient was admitted on 18.3.2009 when he was after 5 days found at home after a fall to right half of body. He suffered pertrochanteric fracture of right tight bone and pressure ulcers on lower left limb (above trochanter II. – III. degree, 10×8 cm with central necrosis, lateral knee surface II. – III. degree, 15×8 cm continuing to lateral shin and ankle, above metacarpus two pressure ulcers III. degree, 3×3 cm). The patient was dehydrated and in very neglected status.

Case report - Female, 95 years old


The patient admitted for replantation of a cotyloid cavity due to loosening it.

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