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The use of silver coated dressings on donor site wounds: a prospective, controlled matched pair study

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries

Sep 1, 2001

M A InnesR C Cartotto

PMID: 11525858

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Acticoat, a new silver-coated dressing, produces a moist healing environment along with the sustained release of ionic silver for improved microbial control. These properties suggest that Acticoat might be a useful donor site dressing. However, there are no human studies which assess Ac...read more

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RPS4X gene
Dressings, Spray-On
Polyesters
Bacterial Culture (Procedure)
Allevyn
Wound Infection
Tissue Harvesting
Re-Epithelialization
Acticoat
SINGLE-COPY ABUNDANT mRNA
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The use of silver coated dressings on donor site wounds: a prospective, controlled matched pair study

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries

Sep 1, 2001

M A InnesR C Cartotto

PMID: 11525858

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Abstract

Acticoat, a new silver-coated dressing, produces a moist healing environment along with the sustained release of ionic silver for improved microbial control. These properties suggest that Acticoat might be a useful donor site dressing. However, there are no human studies which assess Ac...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

RPS4X gene
Dressings, Spray-On
Polyesters
Bacterial Culture (Procedure)
Allevyn
56

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