naturesQue ColAid B

Xenogeneic bovine collagen microfibrils

When applied as microfibrils the bovine collagen of naturesQue ColAid B has an extremely diverse range of uses. naturesQue ColAid B has the familiar intrinsic hemostatic properties of collagen and can be used to manage various indications. These include dental wounds and ulcers (not infected) and periodontal, surgical, and traumatic wounds.


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Regeneration and the influence of the surrounding environment

An essential component of collagen is water—it makes up to 60% of the weight of collagen. In the physiological state the water molecules integrate seamlessly into the collagen molecule and follow its helical structure.

naturesQue ColAid B is made up of purified, dried collagen that absorbs fluids and can form a viscous gel. This creates a moist wound environment that manages healing in which the wound space and the new tissue are protected.

Easy and comfortable to use

The bovine collagen microfibrils are available in single tubes in a storage box. It is easy to remove the microfibrils from the tube using forceps. naturesQue ColAid B is applied dry directly to the wound bed where it immediately absorbs fluid and transforms to a highly viscous gel.

naturesQue ColAid B put into context

Origin/Composition
  • Bovine tissue
  • Purified microfibrillar collagen
Application
  • Apply dry to the wound bed
Consistency/Feel
  • The microfibrils are fluffy when dry and form a highly viscous gel when wetted
Resorption
  • After about 2 weeks