Antibacterial Wound DressingsUltra thin transparent polymeric film wound dressings coated with ionic and metallic silver. It absorbs wound fluid, forms a soft gel, and intimately conforms to the underlying wound surface to maintain a moist healing environment. Key benefit is that It kills 99.99% of bacteria on its surface for several days while using up to 100 times less silver than competitive dressings. It reduces the risk of silver toxicity and staining, making it safe for use at the onset of any wound management plan, including burns, donor sites, diabetic ulcers and pressure sores.
Antibiofilm wound dressingsUltra-thin, transparent, microfilm wound dressings, that synergistically employ antibiofilm transition metal Gallium and antimicrobial agent Silver to disrupt biofilms under wound dressings. The primary resorbable dressing prevents formation of bacterial biofilms under secondary dressings and kill bacteria living inside established biofilms. Optimal for application at the onset of wound treatment plan for wounds at risk of infection, and for chronic wounds with signs of biofilms.
Analgesic wound dressingsUltra-thin polymeric wound dressings containing minuscule loadings of local anesthetics to relieve local pain in dermal wounds. The microfilm technology in the dressing provides sustained release of analgesics in the localized microenvironment of a wound-bed, increasing retention time of analgesic. The dressing can reduce up to 100 times the amount of anesthetics required to relieve pain (compared to other topical or oral formulations), circumventing risks of potential side-effects or addiction in patients with severe or chronic wounds.
Antimicrobial wound dressings market
Wound infection under biologic dressings
Patients with burns and chronic ulcers in US and EU
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