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INADINEPVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing consists of a low adherent knitted viscose fabric impregnated with a polyethylene glycol (PEG) base containing 10% Povidone Iodine; equivalent to 1.0% available iodine.

Iodine is a highly effective topical antimicrobial that has been used clinically in the treatment of wounds for more than 170 years1. It has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity with efficacy against bacteria, microbacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses1.

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C1675 Nov 2013
PRB C1276

References

References


1. Han K.H et al. Management of partial skin thickness burn wounds with INADINE™ dressings. Burns 1989 Vol.15 (6) 399-402


2. Sibbald, R.G. et al. Iodine Made Easy. Wounds International 2011; 2(2)


3. Langley, S.R.N. INADINE* wound dressings speed healing, reduce patient discomfort and cuts costs by almost 40%. Burns 1989 Vol.15


4. Vowden, P. and Cooper, R.A . An integrated approach to managing wound infection Position Document: Management of wound infection. European Wound Management Association (EWMA). London: MEP Ltd, 2006


5. Balmforth, V. INADINE Povidone Iodine non adherent dressing as a treatment for superficial wounds infected with Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Case Study, 1996


6. Gordon, J. Clinical significance of methicillin-sensitive and methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in UK hospitals and the relevance of povidone iodine in their control. Postgrad. Med J. 1993, 69(3):106-116

7. Campbell, N. and Campbell, D. et al. Evaluation of a non-adherent, povidone–iodine dressing in a case series of chronic wounds. Journal of Wound Care, Vol 22, No 8, August 2013.

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