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Br J Community Nurs. 2003;8(11 Suppl):14-7.

TIELLE* hydropolymer dressings: wound responsive technology.

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Johnson & Johnson Wound Management, Gargrave.

Abstract

Wound healing may be compromised by many different factors. Certain underlying illnesses, for example diabetes and malignancy, and wound-specific factors such as critical colonization, infection and protease imbalance can all delay or impair healing. Moist wound healing is now generally accepted in clinical practice to facilitate optimum healing under the correct conditions of wound moisture. Johnson & Johnson Wound Management have provided a solution for the clinician by developing TIELLE* hydropolymer dressings, which provide wound-responsive technology for patient care. This unique mode of action achieves positive outcomes for the patient and clinician in terms of cost-effectiveness, patient compliance, healing rates and reduced rates of undesirable adverse effects such as allergic skin reactions, wound pain and maceration.

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