Cost , efficacy , efficiency and tolerability of collagenase ointment versus hydrocolloid occlusive dressing in the treatment of pressure ulcers : a comparative , randomised , multicentre study

@inproceedings{GimenezJBurgos2017CostE,
  title={Cost , efficacy , efficiency and tolerability of collagenase ointment versus hydrocolloid occlusive dressing in the treatment of pressure ulcers : a comparative , randomised , multicentre study},
  author={A GimenezJBurgos and E LambertoEMoreno and M UrracaEMUtrera and J LopezEVelezF and Mart{\'i}nez and Lubenia Garcia},
  year={2017}
}
  • Gimenez J Burgos A, Lamberto E Moreno E, +3 authors Lubenia Garcia
  • Published 2017
Study population Patients aged over 55 years having had stage III pressure ulcers (characterised by skin disruption, tissue damage and exudate, and subcutaneous cell tissue involvement) for less than 1 year. Patients were excluded from the study if they had end-stage organ disease, localised or systemic signs and/or symptoms of infection (fever, local erythema, regional lymph node swelling) or hypersensitivity to collagenase.