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Radiation burns

External beam radiation treatment, which is used to treat some types of cancer, frequently causes radiation burns or radiation dermatitis. This form of radiation treatment targets malignant cells with radiation delivered through a machine. The procedure is painless. However, it may cause your skin to itch, peel, irritated, or become red. This is because radiation might reach its intended target via your skin. These radiation burns can be taken out through Bao Geng Biotechnology’s water based wound healing formula.

The following photos of case studies using Sanarever may be graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.

Sanarever for skin graft surgery

The following image shows the results of a clinical trial investigating into the effects of our Sanarever® spray on skin graft surgery. Under normal conditions, a skin graft surgery takes 7 days to heal but here, the sprayed area was completely healed in 3 days. Our clinical trials have shown Sanarever’s ability to improve vascularization and epithelialization.

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Radiation therapy is recommended for half of the cancer patients to kill the cancerous cells, but unfortunately, it does not affect the cancer cells in isolation, rather it also injures surrounding healthy cells and tissues. Radiation berms or radiation dermatitis are one of those injuries.

Exposure to X-ray radiation during therapy causes painful burns across the skin. It is so common that almost 85% of patients undergoing radiation therapy experience burns during or after treatment. They may range in severity from moderate to severe.

Radiation therapy immediately causes the burns but due to the body’s limited ability to heal them, without proper intervention, they may last for months or even years. The most common symptoms of radiation burns include redness, itching, peeling and flaking skin, moistness and blistering, soreness and swelling, and pigmentation changes. Weeping radiation burns, which generally occur under your breasts, and at skinfolds, are moist reactions to radiation therapy. The skin texture depends upon the type of radiation and your skin's reaction.

If the skin exposed to radiation starts peeling at a faster rate than it grows back, radiation ulcers may develop. These ulcers feel like normal burns but they increase the risk of infection and often become non healing and persistent.


Our solution- Sanarever® wound protectant spray

These radiation burns can be taken out through Bao Geng Biotechnology’s water based wound healing formula, Sanarever® Aqueous Wound Protectant Spray. Our liquid wound dressing is suitable for optimizing a moist environment suitable for wound healing and providing wound protection. This helps avoid abrasion, friction, and dryness and protects your wounds.

Sanarever’s oral formula can be used inside the mouth after oral cancer because it’s anti biofilm properties functions well in the oral cavity. Cancer chemotherapy damages the oral mucosa and causes difficult patient prognosis. Probiotics in our formula are proven to suppress the oral bacteria and inhibit biofilm formation. Sanarever is also safe and effective for gynecological mucosa.

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In Sanarever®, the formulation of probiotics in soybean-based concentrate is prepared in a liquid state. This approach gives it the additional benefit that it can be sprayed in an even distribution over the entire surface of the ulcer, even in wounds with irregular surfaces where some dressings might find it difficult to conform to the surface of the wound. It is extremely easy to apply, even for patients at home, with little concern that spraying the solution on surrounding normal skin would lead to maceration of the skin.

Sanarever® forms a very thin and breathable protective layer on the skin, which protects it against potential damage from contaminants and also provides protection against maceration of the skin. The fluidity of Sanarever's biomaterial allows it to penetrate deeply into the wound bed, which stimulates acute inflammation and the gradual disposition of new extracellular matrix at an early stage. Moreover, Sanarever® soothes dryness, redness, and itching.

How to  use


First, Disinfect the wound with Povidone iodine and then rinse with sterile saline or water, and then apply/spray Sanarever® Aqueous Wound Protectant Spray from 2 to 4 inches above onto every 0.8 x 0.8 inch of the target area. Spray 1 to 3 times a day, this product is not waterproof, may be covered with a sterile bandage. if bandaged, let dry first.


The wound must be disinfected with sterile saline, before applying this solution, and avoid this getting into your eyes.

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