In the area of the wound surface, mechanisms aimed at repairing lost tissues are included. Mirragen serves as a kind of catalyst for processes. Acting directly at the point of application, it:
Healing undergoes four successive stages: inflammation, proliferation (recovery), maturation (rearrangement). Activates the activity of neutrophils and macrophages that fight bacteria that are trapped in the wound.
The antimicrobial action of our agent enhances the effect. Its absorbent properties help to better cleanse the wound. Proteases and growth factors are concentrated at the site of damage. The Mirragen porous-fiber structure serves as a matrix for the growth of living tissues. There is cell proliferation, more intense angiogenesis. Living tissue gradually replaces the agent, and its structural components are absorbed.
Granulations are formed, elastin and collagen are produced. Excessive production of the latter leads to scarring. Mirragen's material prevents the formation of excess of this component. Due to the action of the active components, the effect of a "fresh" wound is created. Having a special microstructure, it absorbs the products of the wound medium, separating its liquid fraction from the solid components.
In the final healing, the wound surfaces are almost indistinguishable from the surrounding skin. They do not contain keloid, do not protrude above the surface of the skin and have a normal, physiological appearance.