A multi-centre clinical evaluation of reactive oxygen topical wound gel in 114 wounds.

@article{Dryden2016AMC,
  title={A multi-centre clinical evaluation of reactive oxygen topical wound gel in 114 wounds.},
  author={Matthew Dryden and A Jane Dickinson and J Brooks and L Hudgell and Kordo Saeed and Keith F. Cutting},
  journal={Journal of wound care},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={140, 142-6}
}
OBJECTIVE This article reports the outcomes of the use of Surgihoney RO (SHRO), topical wound dressing in a multi-centre, international setting. The aims were to explore the clinical effects of SHRO, including a reduction in bacterial load and biofilm and improvement in healing in a variety of challenging non-healing and clinically infected wounds. METHOD This was a non-comparative evaluation, where both acute and chronic wounds with established delayed healing were treated with the dressing… CONTINUE READING
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