Diabetic foot ulcer

New Study summary: Adressing local wound infection with a silvercontaining, soft-silicone foam dressing

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, June 24 2013Posted in: Diabetic foot ulcer

The results of this study suggest that the signs and symptoms of local wound infection in DFUs can be efficiently resolved via the use of Mepilex Ag, in combination with proper wound care strategies and, where necessary, systemic antibiotics.

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