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      Wound bed preparation

      Biofilm - a major issue in wound healing

      Biofilm is very likely present in non-healing chronic human wounds. Awareness of this presence is as important as the knowledge of distinct phenotype differences, especially in terms of the challenge to remove and eradicate biofilm from a wound.[1] 

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      Prontosan® Debridement Pad

      How do microfibers work?

      Microfibers are able to attach themselves to even the smallest, most microscopic particles - ones that normal monofilament fibers (positively giant in comparison) crudely brush past. If forces were visible, you‘d be able to see that there are adhesive forces between microfibers and the particles. There are millions of microfibers in a pad, so the overall sticking effect is magnified dramatically. That‘s why cell residues (debris), exudate and slough can be «hoovered up» by microfiber cloths.

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      [1] Malone M, Bjarnsholt T, McBain AJ, James GA, Stoodley P, Leaper D, Tachi M, Schultz G, Swanson T, Wolcott RD. The prevalence of biofilms in chronic wounds: a systematic review and meta-analysis of published data. J Wound Care. 2017 Jan 2;26(1):20-25. doi: 10.12968/jowc.2017.26.1.20. PMID: 28103163.

      [2] Falanga V. Classifications for wound bed preparation and stimulation of chronic wounds. Wound Repair Regen. 2000 Sep-Oct;8(5):347-52. PMID: 11115147.