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Over the last ten (10) years, more than 200 posters have been peer-reviewed and presented at major US and International conferences. These 200 posters come from 264 independent (unsponsored) authors representing over 4,750 patients. Below you will find a small selection of these, click on an icon to view, or use the contact form to request additional information.
Can a Drug‐Free Dressing Decrease Inflammation and Wound Pain? What Does the Evidence Say?
Evidence-Based Skin Tear Protocol
Improving Clinical Outcome While Reducing Cost of Treatment.
Fast Healing of Pressure Ulcers in Spinal Cord Injured (SCI) People Through the Use of PolyMem Dressings.
Involving Families in the Treatment of Acute Chronic Wounds
Excellent healing of pediatric wounds using polymeric membrane dressings.
Painless Enhanced Autolytic Debridement on 252 Chronic Wounds by Using Polymeric Membrane Dressings
Six Years’ Experience Of PolyMem Dressings Used On Children With Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Haik, Weissman, Demetrius, Tamir
Polymeric Membrane Dressings for Skin Graft Donor Sites: 6 Years Experience on 1200 Cases
Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) Infections Eliminated and Rehabilitation Improved Using Polymeric Membrane Dressing
Evaluation of Polymeric Membrane Dressing for Radiotherapy Induced Skin Reactions
Evaluation of a new Polymeric Membrane Finger Dressing on Traumatic Finger and Toe Injuries
Using Polymeric Membrane Dressings to Solve Problematic Skin Damage From Gastronomy Leakage on Elderly Patients.
Three years experience of treating 46 painful diabetic foot ulcers with polymeric membrane dressings.
Koprivica, Popović, Zrim, Lepoša, Jerebic
The effects of hydrophilic polymer membrane dressing on the wound healing after vascular/endovascular treatment.
Standard versus polymeric membrane finger dressing and outcomes following pain diaries.
Improving Outcomes of 2nd Degree Facial Burns Using Polymeric Membrane Dressing Masks
Decreased Swelling and Bruising by Using Polymeric Membrane Dressings After Various Plastic Surgery Procedures on 23 Patients
Positive Outcomes Managing Deep Tissue Pressure Injuries (DTPIs) with Polymeric Membrane Dressings.
Polymeric membrane dressings in managment of radiotherapy induced skin reactions in head and neck cancer patients.
A New Protocol for the Treatment of Pilonidal Cysts.
Intra-Operative Use Followed with Post-Op Application of Polymeric Membrane Dressings Reduces Post-Op Pain, Edema and Bruising After Full Face Lift Surgery.
Efficient Reduction of Swelling and Bruising on Severe Sports Injuries when using Polymeric Membrane Dressings
Diabetic Foot Saved From Amputation with Polymeric Membrane Dressings
The PolyMem family of dressings can be used as primary dressings, secondary dressings or a combination of both to support the entire healing continuum. PolyMem dressing configurations are available for use on wounds with dry, slight, moderate, or heavy drainage/exudate.
PolyMem helps effectively heal these common wound types and many more!
Donor and graft sites
First / second-degree burns
Full / partial thickness wounds
Browse all multi-function dressings by category.
Pressure ulcers (all stages)
Suspected deep tissue injury
Find the ideal dressing for your specific need.
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