Clinical data about Fungus Plaster

Based on the European Directive 93/42/EEC (MDD, Medical Device Directive) the Fungus Plaster were classified as medical devices of Class I, according to rule 1 of Annex IX of the MDD.

The 40% of Urea contained in the plaster acts by modifying the pH of the area subject to treatment, weakening the part of the diseased nail with the consequent selective detachment such part and facilitating its cutting and, therefore, its removal. After applying the plasters containing the disc with urea (the manufacturer recommends to replace the products on a daily basis for a total treatment duration of 1 to 3 week ) an improvement in the nail status can be noticed, thanks to the physical charism featured by the product, which, acting on the pH of the environment, creates the optimal conditions to prevent the development of the fungus.
Therefore, the defect will stop and the nail will grow back healthy moving forward the damaged part that has to be progressively eliminated with the regular nail cut.


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