Effect of gamma-irradiation sterilization on the physical and mechanical properties of a hybrid wound dressing

@inproceedings{Mazora2017EffectOG,
  title={Effect of gamma-irradiation sterilization on the physical and mechanical properties of a hybrid wound dressing},
  author={Eytan Mazora and Meital Zilbermana},
  year={2017}
}
  • Eytan Mazora, Meital Zilbermana
  • Published 2017
A wound dressing should ideally provide an optimal healing environment which enables rapid healing. It should maintain a moist environment at the wound surface, allow gas exchange, act as a barrier to microorganisms, remove excess exudates and afford mechanical protection to the wound. A new bioresorbable hybrid wound dressing which combines a poly(DL-lactic-co-glycolic acid) porous top layer with a spongy collagen sublayer was developed and studied. The top layer contained the antibiotic drug… CONTINUE READING
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