KRUUSE Wound Flushing Unit

KRUUSE Wound Flushing UnitThe KRUUSE Wound Flushing Unit offers optimal wound care at an affordable price.

  • Documented* and stabilised pressure for optimal irrigation (12psi)
  • Contains the ideal volume of solution (3L)
  • Flushing unit delivers 3L of fluid in less than 5 minutes
  • Applies isotonic fluid at the correct warmth (body temperature)

* Documented by the Danish Technological Institute

KRUUSE Wound Flushing Solution

The KRUUSE Wound Flushing Solution sachet contains the correct amount of electrolyte to add to the Wound Flushing System to produce 3L of body temperature physiological saline solution.

The sachet also includes 0.04% polyhexanide (PHMB), an antiseptic, used as a preservative. This solution is ideal for professional wound lavage in a busy surgical or single handed field setting.

For more information, download a copy of the KRUUSE Wound Flushing Unit & Solution Fact Sheet or watch the video below.

The Importance of Wound Lavage

Wounds containing >105 bacteria/gram of tissue will have a high infection rate and delayed wound healing. It is important to keep the burden low to create the optimal environment for wound healing and wound lavage is the key to ensuring this.

Optimal irrigation pressure needs to be achieved while minimising tissue trauma

Pressures between 8-12psi are recognised as a standard that creates enough pressure to dislodge debris and bacteria without driving contaminants further into the wound. Too low of a pressure becomes ineffective and too high can increase tissue trauma; pressure is crucial.


Professor Derek C Knottenbelt

"Progress in practical and economical wound management does not happen very often. The KRUUSE Wound Flushing Unit is physiologically sound and very well constructed. This simple system will certainly enhance your reputation for wound management and you will find that you get better results!

"I cannot recommend this piece of equipment highly enough – every practice should have several of these available at all times!”

Professor Derek C. Knottenbelt OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DipECEIM, MRCVS
Recognised RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine