Clinisept+

Clinisept+

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Clinisept+

 

Clinisept+ gently cleanses the skin to provide high levels of antimicrobial protection, containing no harsh chemicals it provides an ideal environment for rapid skin recovery.  Although it has a water-like look, the antimicrobial cleaning solution it contains produces incredibly high levels of hygiene without using alcohol, allowing application without stinging or irritation.

Some Conditions That We Use Clinisept+ Product for:

(1) An ingrown toenail
In this condition the side of the nail (the lateral nail fold) can swell with hypergranulation tissue.  Applying a sterile swab that has been soaked with Clinisept + prior is a fantastic technique to lessen microbial activity in the area.

(2) Diabetes and other chronic conditions

We are seeing more (2) bacterially infected wounds in our clinic as a result of the rise in diabetes and chronic illnesses.  We like to use sterile swabs that have been pre-soaked in Clinisept + to reduce microbial activity in the region.  Then apply to the area before removing aberrant tissue.

(3) A fungal toenail 

With our spray pump activated clinisept + we use this generously especially whilst using drill sprays to make our environment as microbes free as possible.   We would not carry out our treatments without clinisept + in these situations.

(4) Fungal skin infections 

We also use this product for fungal skin infections.  We suggest clients spray their feet post shower with clinisept + until they observe an improvement in their skin appearance.

(5) Verrucae 

Verrucae are human papilloma viruses; they are very harmful and contagious.  Hence, we always clean the area with clinisept + first to ensure that verrucal cells are contained preventing any risk of further spread.  We also like to generously apply clinisept+ to the area of concern.  Then we begin debridement prior to whichever treatment that has been chosen as most appropriate for the patient in question.

At the Chelsea clinic, clinisept + is very important on site as it is used for every single patient who presents with some specific conditions.

Are you suffering from this condition? At The Chelsea Clinic, we can help. One of our podiatrist can assist and then recommend what treatments are best to get you back on track. ✅ Podiatrist South Kensington
Schedule an appointment here or you may call us at +44 (0) 207 101 4000📞

 

 

We hope you have a feetastic day! 👣☀️

-The Chelsea Clinic and Team

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