Main benefits: Efficacy because it increases the rate of healing compared to conventional disinfectants. Versatility because it can be applied to any type of wound: findings or think; infected or not infected; simple or deep erosions. Compatibility because in case of need can be used in conjunction with conventional antibiotics or disinfectants. Convenience in application and handling because it is a pleasant smelling cream that not tinje the skin or leave stains on fabrics. In what situations to use Omnimatrix? Promoter of wound healing, skin abrasions, extensive loss of skin, burns, ulcers, superficial suppurative dermatitis, acentaduras, wounds with excessive granulation. Preventively in places where the skin is subject to systematic aggression with risk of injury (the harness support in mushing dogs). Using the Omnimatrix? Clean the wound and surrounding skin before applying Omnimatrix. If there crusts they must be washed gently until completely removed. Apply Omnimatrix so that it is a thin protective layer of cream on the surface. In applying patch curative without Omnimatrix at least 2 times per day. The duration of use should be as long as necessary, until the skin regain a normal appearance. Factors to avoid in the management of wounds: Excess movement of the wound - When it foresees a difficult healing process due to movement, in particular the members should be made to the same immobilization for 10 days. Antibiotics - should be avoided in non infected wounds because of local irritation or by simple inhibition of fibroblasts lead to delay healing. In infected wounds, especially if extensive systemic antibiotics should be preferred, the local may be applied until the infection is controlled, when it is left to heal free of local antibiotics. Necrotic tissue - All devitalized tissue or with little chance of regaining blood supply must be removed before the first think. Infections - bacterial toxins inhibit fibroblasts and increase inflammation by reducing the rate of healing and increasing fibrosis. Ischemia - recumbent for prolonged or excessive compression of the napkin. Dryness - devitalized cells in the wound edges approach increases and hardens the crusts. exudates excess - usually reflect mobility or excessive inflammation.