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Area of use

Sorbact® dressings are available for a wide variety of wounds. Since there are no active agents released into the wound, Sorbact® dressings can be used right from the start, in all patients. The dressings can also be used to safely lower bioburden in the short-term or for prolonged treatment of already infected wounds.

Sorbact® for any kind of wound at all stages

Sorbact® dressings offer a solution for a wide range of wounds at all stages in the wound-healing process, making wound management easy for both caregivers and patients.

Sorbact® dressings can be used right from the start, in all patients. The dressings can also be used to safely lower bioburden in the short-term or for prolonged treatment of already infected wounds.

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Improves wound healing1

Decreases wound size2, 3

Safe and easy to use2

Comfortable for the patient4

Helps reduce pain during wear2

Helps reduce odor from the wound site5

References

1.Romain B, Mielcarek M, et al. 2020. Dialkylcarbamoyl chloride-coated versus alginate dressings after pilonidal sinus excision: a randomized clinical trial (SORKYSA study). BJS Open. 4(2):225-231.link
2.Kammerlander G, Locher E, et al. 2008. An investigation of Cutimed Sorbact as an antimicrobial alternative in wound management. Wounds UK. 4(2):10-18.link
3.Bateman S. 2015. Evidence is building to support using a DACC-coated antimicrobial wound contact layer with NPWT. Wounds UK. 11(1):82-86.link
4.Haycocks S, Chadwick P. 2011. Use of DACC-coated dressings in diabetic foot ulcers: A case series. Diabetic Foot J. 14:133-137.link
5.Hampton S. 2007. An evaluation of the efficacy of Cutimed Sorbact in different types of non-healing wounds. Wounds UK. 3(4):113-119.link

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