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|Title||Hydrobalanced cellulose based wound dressing with polyhexanide in surgical wounds (test with 20 patients)||Download File|
|Author||Anna Marie Nielsen|
|Publication||Poster presentation at Wounds UK, Harrogate - November 2009|
|Key Points||20 patient study of Suprasorb X+PHMB applied to surgical wounds directly post operative and reviewing after 24 hrs. 80% of patients were diabetic. Operations included 11 amputations, 3 abscesses and 6 wounds with infection and osteomyelitis.|
|Title||A clinical case study of a patient with a chronic hand wound using Suprasorb X+PHMB||Download File|
|Publication||Poster presentation, Wounds UK Harrogate, November 2010|
|Key Points||Case study of a man who had sustained a traumatic injury to his right index finger leading to amputation and a chronic non-healing wound. His past medical history included type 1 diabetes, renal failure requiring haemodialysis, micro-angiopathy with sub optimal blood supply to his right arm, neuropathy, infection and pyoderma gangrenosum requiring steroid therapy. He was wheelchair dependent and was very anxious about losing his hand.|
|Title||The role of the Tissue Viability Nurse in the management of diabetic foot ulceration||Download File|
|Publication||Harrogate Wounds UK 2009|
|Key Points||SuprasorbX+PHMB was used on infected, painful wounds. Amputation had been mentioned but the wounds went on to healing.|
|Title||Demystifying the complexities of wound healing||Download File|
|Author||Andrew Sharpe,Michael Concannon|
|Publication||Wounds UK 2012 vol:12|
|Key Points||Article by 2 specialist podiatrists on treating problem foot wounds. including "at risk" and infected wounds.|
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