Moist Exposed Burn Ointment (MEBO)

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An innovative natural product that treats various burns of any depth and any size: accelerates healing, inhibits bacterial growth, has analgesic effects, and prevents scarring of wounds

Clinically proven effective and safe product in burns, ulcers and skin regeneration in world clinical research and practice

Effective rate:

Used by at least 40 million patients
Practiced in over 20 countries
Practiced in more than 5,000 major hospitals in China
Developed at the China National Science and Technology Center in 1989

More than 1700 published papers recording about 290,000 burn patients and 700 papers about over 80 kinds of wounds, ulcers and skin defect diseases with treatment of this product or the burn regenerative technique of this product

Here, let us take a close look at MEBO.

 

The following controlled clinical trials were conducted to evaluate the efficacy of MEBO in the treatment of burns, chronic wounds, ulcers and scars.

 

List of Selected Publication Topics:

 

1. Controlled Clinical Trials in Burns

  • Moist Exposed Burn Ointment (MEBO) in Partial Thickness Burns

  • A New Approach to Local Burn Wound Care: Moist Exposed Therapy. A Multiphase, Multi-center Study

  • MEBO Ointment in the Treatment of Burn Wounds: A Multi-center Study

  • The Role of Alternative Therapy in the Management of Partial Thickness Burns of the Face - Experience with the Use of MEBO Compared with Silver Sulphadiazine

  • Evaluating the Role of Alternative Therapy in Burn Wound Management: Randomized Trial Comparing MEBO with Conventional Methods in the Management of Patients with Second-degree Burns

  • Benefit-Cost Analysis of Moist Exposed Burn Ointment

  • Cost-Effectiveness of Moist Exposed Burn Therapy

  • Clinical Trial Report of Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy – a Multi-center Phase III Study 


  • 2. Clinical Studies in Chronic Wounds, Ulcers and Scars

  • Efficacy of MEBO in the Management of Cutaneous Wounds and Ulcers: A Multi-center Pilot Study

  • Improving Scar Quality: A Prospective Clinical Study

  • Treatment of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis with Moisture-Retentive Ointment: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

  • Clinical Use of MEBO in Wounds Management in U.A.E.

  • Observational Studies on Use of MEBO and Scar Ointment in a Clinic Setting

  • Successful Combined Treatment with Total Parenteral Nutrition Fluid