Wounds are one of the most prevalent problems affecting almost everyone during their life. Some wounds are superficial and easy to manage; while some are deep or chronic, needing extensive medical care and costly interventions. However, one can never be sure about the final results in most deep or chronic wounds. These factors indicate the need for an easy, fast, effective and inexpensive method for treatment of wounds. This is what the we had focused on and ultimately achieved in WHI. In this program, proper wound care is considered as the first step toward the most effective.


Wound infection is an important concern of physicians, especially when dealing with deep or chronic wounds. Infection can postpone the healing process and alter the quality of the healed wound; sometimes it can also be life-threatening. Thus, current methods emphasize on the application of antiseptics like povidone iodine or topical antibiotics to prevent wound infection. However, using these agents can prolong the healing process, induce pain, irritation, and severe skin itching; in addition to possibly causing unsatisfactory skin appearance after the healing process which forces the patient to seek expensive cosmetic procedures to overcome this problem.

WHI offers a few simple strategies to prevent wound infection:

- Avoiding cold compress 
- Maintenance of moist environment for wounds
- Wound washing

These strategies reduce inflammation and tissue necrosis which result in decreased risk of wound infection. For instance, a warm compress increases local blood circulation and boosts the immune system, which together result in efficient body defense against possible local infections. Besides, no prophylactic antibiotic are administered in WHI instead, wound washing is recommended to decrease the number of microorganisms on the wound. In this program, antibiotics are only administered after culture and sensitivity tests; according to this program thereby preventing drug resistance and decreasing health care costs.

Wound pain is caused by inflammatory mediators released in the affected area. Cold compress, harsh debridement and topical antiseptics (causing dryness) can cause the inflammatory mediators to last longer and aggravate pain. Unfortunately, not only pain prevention is not an important concern in current methods, but also drugs such as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) and local anesthetics are used as painkillers, which in fact impair the natural wound healing process and have side effects. Studies have shown that even opioid painkillers and corticosteroids cannot completely control the pain of burn wounds. Nevertheless, pain management has an important role in mental relaxation and returning to daily life activities.

The advantages of the Rejuderm model and WHI in pain management are:

- No need to harsh debridement 
- Rapid control of local inflammation: The natural ingredients of Rejuderm products decrease production of inflammatory factors (such as prostaglandins and free radicals). In addition, the warm compress increases local blood circulation and reduces accumulation of inflammatory factors in the affected area. These factors lead to easy and fast pain relief; thus, there is no need to use analgesics such as corticosteroids and local anesthetics. Rejuderm healing methods involve the use of sedatives (such as Benzodiazepines) as preferred painkillers.

As was mentioned, applying topical antibiotics and antiseptics may lead to delayed and impaired wound healing. However, the Rejuderm model has proposed effective methods which can minimize the use of the agents mentioned above; thus, the wound will heal sooner, with better quality and minimum scarring.
Another advantage of this model is its commitment to use natural ingredients. This method reduces side effects, increases efficiency and reduces high costs, all of which are Rejuderm’s fundamental aims.



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    Return to activities of daily living (ADL):
    Rapid pain relief and inflammation control, along with a short period of hospitalization help patients return to their normal life in the shortest time possible.
  • 2
    Easy nursing:
    Wound care technique have been made easy in WHI; this results in an uncomplicated homecare service, rapid hospital discharge and therefore increasing patient satisfaction.
  • 3
    Reducing psychological effects:
    WHI program tries to support the patient’s psychological health through:
    - Eliminating painful debridement
    - Rapid return to daily life activities
    - Satisfactory appearance of healed skin
    - Encouraging home care (even in moderate or some of the severe wound cases)