Octenilin® range Made Easy

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Octenilin® range Made Easy

7 November 2013

Most wounds contain microorganisms, yet the majority are not infected. The potential for bacteria to produce harmful effects is influenced by the ability of the patient’s immune system to combat the bacteria as well as the number and type of bacteria present. Biofilms are also known to play a role in chronic inflammation and delayed wound healing. This Made Easy focuses on the importance of topical wound management, including regular cleansing and debridement, in wounds at risk of infection
and summarises the clinical efficacy of octenidine (octenilin® range, schülke).

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