Instructions for use


Unique Microsphere Technology
that reactivates wound healing


Unique Microsphere Technology
that reactivates wound healing


When should PolyHeal® Micro be applied?

The application of PolyHeal® Micro is recommended in debrided and non infected wounds.

PolyHeal® Micro should be used in wounds with a moderate-to-low level of exudate.

How to apply PolyHeal® Micro

PolyHeal® Micro allows easy and rapid application in difficult-to-access areas
such as interdigital or cavitated wounds.

Information for the Health Care Professional

Further information about how to use PolyHeal® Micro is provided below.

  • In case of local infection, use appropriate antibacterial therapy before application of PolyHeal® Micro.
  • Debridement or excision must be done thoroughly to remove any remaining necrotic tissue if it is possible.
  • Formation of red, healthy granulation tissue is a primary function of PolyHeal® Micro. The treatment should proceed as long as the wound improves (granulation tissue forms and wound size is reduced).
  • Remove necrotic tissue before treatment with PolyHeal® Micro.
  • If removal of necrotic tissue is impossible, it is recommended to surgically incise the necrotic surface (scarification) in order to provide access and contact of PolyHeal® Micro with healthy wound bed beneath the necrotic eschar.


PolyHeal® Micro should not be used:

  • In patients with known sensitivity to the device’s compounds.
  • In wounds with suspected malignancy.
  • In infected or heavily exudating wounds.


Please take the following precautions when using PolyHeal® Micro.

  • PolyHeal® Micro is not for use in infected, profusely exudating and/or necrotic wounds.
  • PolyHeal® Micro is for single use only. Reuse could lead to contamination of the wound and infection.
  • Discard all open bottles of PolyHeal® Micro.
  • Keep out of reach and sight of children.
  • In case the first few days of treatment with PolyHeal® Micro are accompanied by pain, itching or skin burning sensation around the wound area, a systemic medication for pain relief can be used (do not apply local or topical medication) without interrupting the treatment with PolyHeal® Micro.
  • Treatment should be stopped if granulation tissue protrudes over the wound edges (over-granulation), and the wound may be topically treated in order to control the over-granulation.
  • There is limited experience in the use of PolyHeal® Micro in deep tunnelled wounds and in wounds connected to body cavities (abdomen, mediastinum and cranial cavities).
  • Do not re-sterilize. PolyHeal® Micro remains sterile if the bottle has not been opened and is undamaged.
  • Do not use after the expiry date.
  • Do not use PolyHeal® Micro with ointments, creams and oleaginous products.
  • In case of persistent or aggravated side effects, such as local infection, allergic reaction, excessive redness, pain, itching, skin burning sensation or swelling, the use of PolyHeal® Micro should be interrupted until the patient consults his/her Health Care Professional.