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Biofilm-based wound care with cadexomer iodine: Made Easy

31 October 2017

Evidence suggests that biofilms are present in most, if not all, chronic, non-healing wounds with a recent in vivo study suggesting prevalence could be at least 78% (Malone et al, 2017a). This Made Easy informs clinicians about the role of cadexomer iodine, an effective anti-biofilm dressing, as an early intervention within the T.I.M.E (Schultz, 2003) continuum of wound bed preparation. 

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