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Using INADINE for minor traumatic wounds case studies

17 December 2015

This document contains a series of case reports describing the use of INADINETM in patients with a range of acute wounds (minor traumatic injuries). INADINE was used on minor traumatic wounds where infection was suspected or confirmed; for example, minor trauma, post-surgical wounds, or minor burns. 

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