User Reviews for Xenaderm
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|Dermatologic Lesion||3 reviews||110 medications|
|Summary of Xenaderm reviews||10.0||3 reviews|
Reviews for Xenaderm
For Dermatologic Lesion "This is a miracle product! My daughter had a gastrointestinal tube put in her stomach, and the area around the tube never healed properly. She basically had an open wound that leaked stomach fluids. This made healing extremely difficult. After seeing a wound care specialist, he recommended this product. In a matter of days we finally saw the skin healing. It is very expensive, but the brand name works better than the generic. So, worth the price!"
Nksari (taken for less than 1 month) March 6, 2018
0 users found this comment helpful.
For Dermatologic Lesion "Not an approved use however nothing worked before this. We have a horse who has a chronic open wound on her belly due to fly bites. Every thing we applied over the years just dripped off and never healed anything. Fly blankets did not help protect her nor did fly spray. This spring I applied a tin layer to the area (scarred til opened by fly bites) and it did not get chewed open. I had one tube which I would rather not say how I obtained it. I wish I could get more. It is a miracle as far as I am concerned."
Klasi May 19, 2013
5 users found this comment helpful.
For Dermatologic Lesion "I have been using xenaderm in nursing homes since it came out and is wonderful. Unfortunately, we can no longer get it on the part d formulary and the substitutions are not comparable--debriders and such--what are we to do about this--is there anything we can substitute?"
mblakley April 2, 2007
52 users found this comment helpful.
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