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There are a number of topical wound coverings that claim to be effective in treating or preventing bacterial infections and biofilms within the wounds. This work has been undertaken to determine the…
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Untreated biofilm in nonhealing wounds often progresses to infection, especially among poor and disadvantaged patients. In the U.S. annually, 8.2 million Medicare beneficiaries have a chronic…
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Introduction: Bacteria can cycle between two distinct modes of growth, as free-floating “planktonic” and attached “biofilm.” Opportunistically seizing hold of acute and chronic wounds once…
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Background: Wound bed preparation and eradication of infection is foundational to the use of advanced wound healing modalities. Research has revealed that even sub-clinical wound infection can…
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Background: Biofilm and bacterial bioburden exists in sections of a wound bed rather than evenly distributed over the wound surface. Debridement effectiveness and healing can be enhanced if…
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Background: Candida spp, including C. auris form polymicrobial biofilms (PM) with S. aureus (Sa). It is extremely difficult to eradicate these organisms from open wounds and from environments.…
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