Skin Repair Ointment
A natural pharmaceutical ointment that reduces infection significantly faster to speed healing and lower the cost of care.
Eliminates bacteria 3X faster
Promotes faster healing
Powerful anti-bacterial infection control
Patented Positively-Charged-Targeting™ technology
Longer-lasting moisture management without maceration
Promotes autolytic debridement
“ Fastrin IC is a novel wound ointment that provides significant positive impact on one of the primary impediments to healing in chronic wounds: wound bioburden. It is easy to use and well tolerated by patients with all types of non-healing wounds and should be considered as a primary topical agent. “
Dr. Jeffrey Niezgoda, MD, Pis Chief Medical Officer for AZH wound care centers, Chief Medical Officer for WebCME, past President of the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine, and Past President, American Professional Wound Care Association.
“My staff has been amazed at its effectiveness at controlling bioburden and reducing healing time. The Aspiera infection control ointment provides physicians and patients with a low-cost tool for resolving wounds 2-3 times faster than other options. “
Dr. Matthew J. Sabo, DPM, FACFAS, Director of Research at The Snyder Institute for Vascular Health and Research.
Fastrin IC Usage Directions:
For Skin Barrier Protection
Clean skin, dry, and then massage ointment into skin 1-2 times daily.
For Bacterial Skin Infections
Clean skin, dry, and then massage ointment into affected area 1-2 times daily. Cover with sterile bandaging as needed.
For Partial Thickness Wounds
Clean skin, dry, and then apply a moderate layer of ointment 1-2 times daily. Cover with dry clean bandaging. Alternately, apply a thick layer of ointment onto foam dressing, then affix to the wound area and repeat every 2-3 days.
For Full Thickness Wounds
Clean skin, dry, and then apply a thick layer of ointment. Cover with dry clean bandaging. Change bandaging 1-2 times per day. Alternately, apply a thick layer of ointment onto foam dressing, then affix to the wound area and repeat every 2-3 days.