Curiosin - Even chronic wound healing can be fast

How to use Curiosin?
Curiosin gel promotes physiological wound healing of injured tissues at several types of wounds from chronic ulcers, surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, burns, compromised skin etc. Check how to apply Curiosin at different wounds.

To reach maximum healing results with Curiosin gel, follow carefully usage instruction for the specific wound type.
Learn more about applications here.


Curiosin gel is for topical use only!

  • Curiosin gel is a Medical Device - available without prescription.


CHRONIC WOUNDS (like leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers etc.)

Usage Instructions for Medical Professional

Curiosin is one element in a new multi-step chronic wound treatment protocol. In this Modern Moist Chronic Wound Care Concept all steps builds on each to promote optimal wound healing. To reach maximum treatment result recommended to follow each step by step from treating underlying disease to proper debridement till professional wound dressing.

See treatment guide video here:  
Treatment Guide - Modern Moist Chronic Wound Care >> 


Usage Instructions for Patient’s Home Treatment

  1. Complete debridement and antiseptic cleaning (if needed), clean the skin area to be treated by gently rinsing with saline or water and wait until bleeding stops.
  2. Apply Curiosin as a continuous thin layer (approx. 1-2 mm of the Gel) (if necessary, a clean application aid e.g. a cotton swab or a tongue depressor can be used).
  3. Apply on and around the wound as it reduces inflammation and protects skin around the wound.
  4. Once Curiosin has been applied, you may cover the wound with a non-stick gauze dressing and wrap it over with a self-adhesive bandage.
  5. Repeat the process of wound cleansing, applying Curiosin and bandaging daily, in the case of heavily exuding wounds twice a day.
  6. After healing of the wound the regular use of Curiosin gel can help to avoid relapse as well.


Regular supervision of a healthcare professional needed besides home treatment.
A health care professional should be consulted prior to the first use of and for the duration of the treatment with CURIOSIN for chronic wounds. The treatment of chronic wounds such as leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers should be under the supervision of a healthcare professional who will instruct on the other elements of the complex therapy of the underlying disease (e.g.: compression bandage, pressure relief measures, blood glucose control, infection control).

SURGICAL WOUNDS (closed, intact)

The treatment of surgical wound should start when the wound is closed and if it is intact. The healthcare professional should complete debridement (if needed), and should clean the skin area to-be-treated by gently rinsing with saline or water and wait until bleeding stops.

When the wound-bed is properly prepared apply Curiosin in a thin 1-2 mm layer to the entire wound surface. Concerning the covering of the wound follow the given protocols.


Clean the wound surface with saline or water, wait until bleeding stops, and apply Curiosin in a thin 1 mm layer to the entire wound surface. Covering the wound is optional, you may let Curiosin dry on the surface or may cover the wound with a primary non-stick gauze dressings and a self-adhesive bandage.

Curiosin can be used repeatedly.



Clean the skin surface with water and apply Curiosin in a thin layer. Curiosin can be used repeatedly.


Cool the burnt surface with running cold water and apply Curiosin as instructed above.


What undesirable effect may Curiosin have?

Curiosin is very well tolerated and adverse events are rare.

Occasional: Following symptoms may occasionally occur at the beginning of use: redness, mild transient stinging or burning sensations, and local pain. Consult a healthcare professional if any unexpected symptoms occur; if you observe non-ceasing irritation, reddening, inflammation; if signs of infection occur; if the wound does not begin to show signs of healing in a few days.

Very rare: Following conditions were reported very rarely during clinical trials: hypergranulation and partial necrosis found only in a very limited area of the wound bed, but the causal relationship to Curiosin therapy has not been established.

When not to use Curiosin hydrogel?

You should not use Curiosin if you have a known hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of Curiosin or avian (poultry) proteins.

Miscellaneous Instructions

  • Store between 5-30 °C.
  • Keep out of reach and sight of children.
  • Before first use check seal is intact. Close tightly after each use.
  • The tip of the tube should not come into contact with the wound or any other surface and care should be taken during use to avoid any other forms of possible microbial contamination or spoilage.
  • Marketed in multidose containers, but the devices are intended for one patient only.
  • Do not use after the expiry date.