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download Non-medicated wound dressing as an antimicrobial alternative in wound management
Gerhard Kammerlander et al.
Infection control; multicentre trial; reduction in inflammation signs, fibrinous layers and wound pain; compatibility with secondary dressings; product handling
© 2006 by Akademie für zertifiziertes Wundmanagement

download Has Cutisorb Sorbact proved its practical value as an antibacterial dressing?
B. v. Hallern, F. Lang
Colonised and infected wounds; microbial monitoring; traumatic wounds; abscesses; postoperative wounds; decubitus ulcers; leg ulcers; diabetic gangrene; treatment period; in-use comfort; patient and user satisfaction
© 2005 by Verlag für Medizinische Publikationen

download An evaluation of the efficacy of Cutimed Sorbact in different types of non-healing wounds
S. Hampton
Non-healing wounds; clinical effectiveness; cost-effectiveness; reduction in wound size, wound pain, odour and exudate; wound pH; progress in wound status
© 2007 by Wounds UK

download Cutisorb Sorbact - Non-pharmacologic antibacterial therapy in traumatology and surgery
B. v. Hallern, M.-R. Doerk, A. v. d. Weth
Wound healing disturbances; factors in wound infection; antiseptics; non-pharmacologic approach; infection control; atraumatic dressing change; product handling guidelines
© 2004 by Verlag für Medizinische Publikationen

download A promising alternative in the treatment of dermal fungal infections
M. Claesson et al.
Skin fungus; resistance to standard antimycotics; field study; intertriginous chronic fungal infections; binding of fungi by hydrophobic interaction

download Removal of wound bacteria from infected and colonized wounds with Cutisorb Sorbact
B. v. Hallern, M.-R. Doerk, A. v. d. Weth
Bacterial contamination; wound infection; bacterial resistance; atraumatic dressing change; infection prevention in traumatic wounds; postoperative wound management
© 2004 by Verlag für Medizinische Publikationen

download A new antibacterial wound dressing without chemically active agent for the care of infected wounds
A. Ljungh, T. Wadström
Infection process; microbial cell surface hydrophobicity; hydrophobic interaction; Sorbact method
© 2005 by Verlag für Medizinische Publikationen
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Treatment of Candida infection with a fungus adsorbing dressing
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Growth conditions influence expression of cell surface hydrophobicity of Staphylococci and other wound infection pathogens
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Hydrophobic material in routine umbilical cord care and prevention of infection in newborn infants
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Cell Surface Hydrophobicity of Group D and Viridans Streptococci Isolated from Patients with Septicaemia
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High surface hydrophobicity of autoaggregating Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from human infections studied with the salt aggregation test
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