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Background: Moisture-wicking fabrics (MWFs) are suitable for the management of moisture-associated skin disorders (MASD) and are typically comprised of a conformable material with excellent wicking…
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Foam dressings are frequently designed to have maximum fluid handling capacity, scientifically measured as bulk absorption or free swell absorptive capacity. To do so, the dressing is submerged in…
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Background: Exudate is essential to create a moist wound environment; however, in chronic wounds, excess exudate can harbor harmful components such as bacteria and MMPs which adversely affect healing…
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Background: Potent antimicrobial dressings are required to effectively combat biofilm infections; however, their potent nature should not adversely affect the wound environment. Ag Oxyalts™ produce…
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Introduction: Temporary abdominal closure using a visceral protective layer and controlled negative pressure delivered through a reticulated open cell foam has become the standard of care since its…
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Aim: To determine the levels of oxygen produced by a novel oxygen delivery device* and to assess the device’s ability to deliver oxygen into a liquid medium. To determine the effect of the oxygen…
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Typical in vitro microbiology assays that produce high volumes of agar plates for colony counting can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and inaccurate when plates are counted manually. To cut down on…
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Solid phase dressings are a standard for companies developing antimicrobial dressings for the wound care market. Dressings are available in many form factors, including woven and non-woven textiles,…
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Biofilm formation in acute and chronic wounds is associated with delayed wound healing, inflammation, and infection, and therefore pose a large burden on health care. Once formed, biofilms exhibit an…
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Biofilms can form in wounds and on indwelling medical devices, causing complications such as delayed wound healing, inflammation, and infection. Although biofilms can be formed by a single species,…
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