BLASTX Antimicrobial Wound Gel helps heal chronic wounds by eliminating bacterial biofilms and inhibiting microbial growth within the gel.
• Physically disrupts the biofilm matrix and inhibits the growth of microorganisms within the gel application
• Sustained efficacy up to five days
• Up to seven log reduction
• Non-toxic when used per the instructions for use
• Broad-spectrum efficacy
BLASTX is indicated for the management of wounds such as stage 1-4 pressure injuries, partial- and full-thickness wounds, diabetic foot and leg ulcers, post-surgical wounds, first- and second-degree burns, and grafted and donor sites.
BLASTX should not be used if there is a history of allergy to any of the ingredients.
For external use only. Do not ingest. Must not be used in or near the eyes. Do not cover with alginate dressing.
Store at room temperature.
Benzalkonium chloride 0.13%, polyethylene glycol 400, polyethylene glycol 3350, sodium citrate, citric acid, water
|Absorptive dressing format|
|Alginate dressing format|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 48 hours|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 3 days||●|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 7 days|
|Collagen dressing format|
|Composite dressing format|
|Contact layer dressing format|
|Foam dressing format|
|Gauze or non-woven dressing format|
|Gelling fiber dressing format|
|Hydrogel (amorphous) dressing format||●|
|Hydrogel (impregnated) dressing format|
|Hydrogel (sheet) dressing format|
|Impermeable to outside contaminants||●|
|Impregnated dressing format|
|Moisture vapor permeable|
|Secondary dressing required|
|Super absorbent polymers|
|Sustained release formula|
|Transparent film dressing format|
|Wound filler dressing format|
|Educational Material Available||●|
|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available||●|
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
BLASTX should be applied directly to the wound and then covered with an appropriate dressing as needed for up to 14 days. Must be used within a 30-day period. After opening, product may be used until labeled expiration date.
Next Science develops innovative technologies that apply materials science principles to address, and ultimately resolve, one of the leading causes of antimicrobial resistance: bacterial biofilms.