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Adaptic Touch® non-adherent dressing

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Adaptic Touch® non-adherent dressing

David Gray, Janice Bianchi
1 March 2011

There are a wide range of non-adherent primary wound contact layers available. The desirable features of these products include conformability to the wound bed, the ability to stay in situ over wear time, transmission of wound exudate to the secondary dressing, minimal trauma on removal and ease of use. One such dressing is Adaptic Touch® (Systagenix). Its properties and their supporting evidence will be explored in this article.

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