Sepaderm for the management of acute and chronic wounds.

Abstract

The following case series includes a surgical excision, a burn wound, and a chronic venous ulcer that were successfully treated with Sepaderm®, a new wound management system. Sepaderm was chosen for its ease of use and its ability to remove excess exudate from the wound bed. The system also limits exudate leakage onto periwound tissue and protects against direct contact with the wound bed. These cases provide initial evidence that the Sepaderm system performed well and facilitated healing of different wound types, including a previously nonhealing venous leg ulcer. .

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@article{Thibodeaux2010, title={Sepaderm for the management of acute and chronic wounds.}, author={Kerry T Thibodeaux and Sharon W. Tam}, journal={Wounds : a compendium of clinical research and practice}, year={2010}, volume={22 10}, pages={251-5} }