Testimonials

April 2017

March 2017

March 2017
“I want to say how amazing RTD Wound Dressing is. We have used the samples you sent on different wounds. Recently we used it on a venous ulcer for a client, and now the wound is healed.
I am working with our office manager to order more RTD dressings.”
Angie Mendoza RN

July 2016
Keneric Healthcare’s RTD sponges are amazing and my doctor was pleased with the healing progress. I can’t thank you enough for helping my little arm heal. Hugs to you both!!
Joe Collins (patient)

June 2016
“I LOVE this product! I don’t care what anyone says, there is nothing like it!”
-Donna W. — Austin, TX

May 2016

“70 y/o patient with a 6 months old Venous Leg Ulcer, we have been treating for last 4 1/2 weeks . 1st week with Manuka honey. Last 3 1/2 weeks with standard of care plus RTD Wound Dressing changed 2 x per week. Awesome results. DNA sequencing results showed high levels of polymicrobial infection at start of therapy. Will swab next week for new results. Love the RTD!!!” Cesar Lozano Sued, Managing Partner Wound Consultants Of South Texas LLC

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April 2016

“I had the chance to try out the RTD Wound Dressing on a patient and it did make a difference in the overall size of the wound. The patient has a heel ulcer that has been going on for months and in one 3-week trial of your RTD dressing the wound decreased in size from 15 x 15 x 5mm to 7 x 4 x 3mm.”  Dr. Brian Doerr, DPM, PA, Ft. Myers Florida

November 2015

“Hi, this is XXX, Unit Manager at XXX. We got some samples from you. We LOVE RTD dressing. We’ve had amazing results with it. I’m sending you a picture. 11 Days in between.”

The wound is a venous ulcer on the right shin of 56-year-old male with severe venous disease and type II DM.The first picture is from 11/13/15 when the wound was first discovered. The wound was about 3 cm in diameter, with necrotic tissue. Minimal purulent drainage, no odor. Leg was edematous from toes to mid-thigh and painful. Patient was started on IV and oral antibiotic. Wound was mechanically debried, RTD foam applied directly into the wound bed and 2 layer compression wrap was applied from toes to mid-thigh. Dressing remained intact until 11/17/15. Second picture is from 11/17/15. Wound was approx. 2 cm in diameter, well profused bed. Minimal serous drainage, no odor. Wound was cleaned, RTD reapplied and leg re-wrapped. IV and oral antibiotics continued.Last picture is from 11/24/15. Wound was completely healed up with scar tissue. Small area still open to the side where RTD was not originally applied.

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July 2015

As one of the busiest home care agencies in The Villages, FL, RTD is our go-to dressing. It is cost-effective, easy to use, highly absorptive, and incorporates the 3 ingredients we all have used for healing wounds: methylene blue, gentian violet, and silver. Our patients love that it not only promotes quick healing, but also decreases their pain. — Cathy Martin, RN, Oasis Coding Specialist/Nurse Educator, Greystone Home Healthcare

June 2015

I have utilized RTD foam wound dressing for homebound patients and found it very effective in treating diabetic foot ulcers and other wounds with bacterial colonization. The combined action of silver, gentian violet, and methylene blue seems ideal in managing all types of wounds in different care environment. RTD foam is easy to use, clinically effective, and offers much more than using silicone based foam dressings. — James McLean, BSN, RN, CWOCN, Wound and Ostomy Specialist, Klarus Homecare, Fort Worth, TX; and Alex Khan, APRN, ACNS-BC, MSN, CWCN, CFCN, WCN-C, Advanced Practice Nurse/Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist

2014
I have found the RTD wound dressing easy to apply, well tolerated by the animals, and cost effective for owners. Wounds dressed with the RTD sponge have minimal to no proliferative granulation tissue, minimal discharge, and have improved wound contracture and epithalial advancement. In the short time I have used this dressing, I have been pleased with the outcome of the variety of wounds I have used the dressing on. Dr. M.K., UC Davis Large animal school
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