MULTIDEX ® maltodextrin wound dressing case study summary

  • Published 2017

Abstract

DeRoyal Industries, Inc. | 200 DeBusk Lane, Powell, TN 37849 USA 888.938.7828 or 865.938.7828 | Customer Service: 800.251.9864 | www.deroyal.com Reprint # 0-2413 | Rev. 04/17 DeRoyal®, DeRoyal logo, Improving Care. Improving Business.®, Algidex®, Covaderm Plus®, and Sofsorb® are registered trademarks of DeRoyal Industries, Inc. MultiPadTM, PolydermTM and StretchNetTM are trademarks of DeRoyal Industries, Inc. © 2017. All Rights Reserved. Product # Size Qty/Bx Qty/Cs HCPC 46-711 1⁄4 fl. oz. 10 30 A6248 46-710 1⁄2 fl. oz. 10 30 A6248 46-712 3 fl. oz. 6 36 A6248 • Venous stasis ulcers • Dermal ulcers • Partial and full thickness wounds • Arterial ulcers • Abdominal wounds • Infected wounds • Superficial wounds • Pressure ulcers • Dermal injuries • Second degree burns • Donor sites • Diabetic ulcers indications:

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@inproceedings{2017MULTIDEXM, title={MULTIDEX ® maltodextrin wound dressing case study summary}, author={}, year={2017} }