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Title A cohort study on the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer patients using a monofilament debrider and a collagen dressing Download File
Author Rieke,nurse practitioner diabetic foot
Publication Poster EWMA 2012
Date 1 May 2012
Key Points 25 diabetic patients treated with Debrisoft to debride and SuprasorbC to kick start the healing process.
Title Improvement of treatment of patients with venous leg ulcers by a new pain-reducing wound dressing with HydroBalance Download File
Author Dini, Bertone, Barbanera, Brill, Romanelli - Italy
Publication Poster Presentation, Wounds UK Harrogate, November 2008
Date 1 November 2008
Key Points 25 patient Clinical Study comparing Suprasorb X and Suprasorb P (foam dressing) with Suprasorb P (foam) alone. Single-blinded, mono-centric, prospective, controlled, randomised explorative comparison measured the trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL), redness for inflammation, skin hydration, wound size and pain.
Title Successful therapy of critically-colonised or locally-infected wounds with a new hydrobalanced biocellulose-based wound dressing with polyhexanide on outpatients Download File
Author Mosti, Mattaliano, Schmitz, Abel
Publication Poster Presentation, Wounds UK Harrogate, November 2008
Date 1 November 2008
Key Points 60 patients (11 with critically colonized or locally infected wounds), antimicrobial action, donation and absorption, use under compression ,ulcer healing, bacterial burden, pain, and periwound skin.

THE IMPACT OF A MONOFILAMENT DEBRIDEMENT PAD IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACTINIC KERATOSIS

THE IMPACT OF A MONOFILAMENT DEBRIDEMENT PAD IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACTINIC KERATOSIS

Publication
Harrogate Poster

Author
Anita Heron,Georgina Maginn

Key points
Bob was very distressed by ineffective treatment for his actinic keratosis, which was sore and looked and smelt unpleasant. Debrisoft removed 90% of the scales on first use. Bob can self manage and NHS costs greatly reduced.

 

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