Diabetic Wounds

Cerdak ceramic wound dressing improves the healing process of diabetic ulcers by:

  • Constant aeration of the wound 
  • Mechanical disinfection
  • Moisture and bacterial balance

For more information and case studies about Cerdak and diabetic foot ulcers, click on the link to download the pdf document.



People suffering from diabetes need to be extra careful not to injure themselves as their wounds tend to take longer to heal and often result in complicated or non-healing wounds. Amputations of limbs due to non-healing wounds are not uncommon.

Cerdak has proved to be very useful for diabetics with wounds:

  • Early detection of wounds, even a superficial scratch breaking the skin, is very important. The sooner Cerdak treatment is started, the easier wounds will heal. Insignificant wounds will not necessarily heal without any treatment – too many diabetics realize this too late. 
  • Blood sugar levels must be tested regularly and kept within acceptable limits. 
  • Before starting treatment with Cerdak, a wound should be cleaned and if necessary, debrided. The wound should be inspected by a medical/health professional to determine whether an infection is present, which should then be treated. 
  • Pressure points should be eliminated to increase blood supply to the wound. 

Click on the pictures below to view some of the case studies.