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|Title||Suprasorb X is cost effective in daily use. Results of an unpublished German observational study||Download File|
|Author||Schmitz M, Eberlein T - Germany|
|Publication||Oral free paper EWMA Conference, Lisbon 2008 and in the L & R Symposium|
|Key Points||60 patient study|
|Title||Management of an infected burn in a high dependency unit||Download File|
|Publication||Skills for Practice: Understanding wound infection. Wounds UK,Aberdeen,2009|
|Key Points||The management of a 38 year old lady who had sustained a neurological deficit, resulting in an infected burn to her shoulder. The plastic surgeon had prescribed topical silver sulfadiazine and tulle dressings daily. The wounds were colonised with methicillin resistant Staphlococcus aureus (MRSA). One wound contained 40% necrotic and 10% sloughy tissue and the second wound contained 60% slough.|
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