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Pressure ulcer - prevention and treatment

Pressure ulcer - prevention and treatment

Pressure ulcers - the most frequent type of expensive, avoidable side-effect of care has been estimated to cost a facility $10,288 per occurrence. More about this solution...

Our solution(s): The Problem , Dressings for prevention , The power of four and Clinically proven to reduce pressure ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers - prevention and treatment

Diabetic foot ulcers - prevention and treatment

Diabetes is an ever- increasing condition and a massive 439 million may have the condition by 20301 People with diabetes are prone to frequent and often severe foot problems such as ulcers and a relatively high risk infection, gangrene and More about this solution...

Our solution(s): Rapid treatment of all foot problems , Correct foot wear , Education of people with diabetes and healthcare professionals , Annual Visual Inspection and Identification of the Foot at Risk , Diabetes and the foot and A review of the challenges of the Diabetic Foot

Venous leg ulcers – prevention and treatment

Venous leg ulcers – prevention and treatment

Leg ulcers are a major health and healthcare problem, affecting people throughout the world. Venous leg ulcers account for 80% of all leg ulcers1. They also pose a significant financial burden on healthcare resources. More about this solution...

Our solution(s): Quality of life issues for venous leg ulcer patients , What is a Venous Leg Ulcer , Pain and Infection and Causes of a venous leg ulcer

Solutions for Burns

Solutions for Burns

Burns are preventable. Despite this, they are a global public health issue that occur mainly in the home and work environments. In 2004, nearly 11 million people were burned severely enough to require medical attention. More about this solution...

Our solution(s): Cost effectiveness with Mepilex Ag , Fixation with Mepitel One and Mepitel in paediatric burns

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Post-operative solutions

Choosing the right post-op surgical dressings contribute to positive outcomes, including in helping prevent SSIs, supporting early mobility and managing the total cost of care More about this solution...

Our solution(s): Preventing post operative blistering , Demands on a surgical dressing , Preventing SSIs , Supporting patient mobility and Managing costs

Radiotherapy induced skin damage

Radiotherapy induced skin damage

Half of all patients with cancer will undergo radiotherapy as a part of their treatment. About 90% of these patients suffer skin reactions, from erythema to moist desquamation. Until very recently there has been no standard treatments available that More about this solution...

Our solution(s): Radiotherapy induced skin reactions , Mepilex Lite - Clinically proven to work , Dr. Patries Herst - Dressing for radiation-induced skin reactions and Intra-patient controlled trial