Ventilators cause pressure ulcers

Ventilators cause pressure ulcers

Ventilators cause pressure ulcers

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Pollution – Plastics, Antimicrobials & Chemicals

Currently, there are 278 million annual wound dressing changes in UK primary care. Most dressing changes include the use of wound cleaning solutions and dressings, which for infected wounds frequently contain chemical antimicrobials such as e.g. polyaminopropyl biguanide aka polyhexamethylene biguanide aka PHMB aka polyhexanide aka polihexanide, chlorhexidine,…

MPPT treatment of wounds and pressure ulcers in spinal cord injured patients

A prospective study in adult spinal cord injury (SCI) persons was conducted to determine the efficacy and safety of MPPT (micropore particle technology – Amicapsil) for the treatment of wounds below the site of injury. SCI-persons have an immune deficiency syndrome due to the disruption of communication between…

Clinical evaluation in pyoderma gangrenosum

Pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) is a rare neutrophilic inflammatory condition. It is characterised by painful, rapidly expanding, violaceous, undermined ulcers. Immunosuppressants are key to management, but large chronic ulcers often result. University Hospital Birmingham, UK, evaluated MPPT in three patients with chronic inactive stable PG ulcers. The patients were…

Comparative Clinical Study of MPPT, Antibiotic and Antiseptic

See publication in WOUNDS here. Objective The purpose of the study was to evaluate the wound healing effects of MPPT and to compare it to antibiotics and antiseptics. The study included a wide range of wounds and ulcers, which were severely colonised to infected. The comparators were a…

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