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Systagenix launches new wound care products in Brazil
Systagenix Brazil launches advanced wound care products - SILVERCEL® NON-ADHERENT and ADAPTIC® DIGIT. More information on wound care and wound management products can be found on the Systagenix Brazil YouTube channel.
Systagenix Brazil announces the launch of two new advanced wound care products, SILVERCEL® NON-ADHERENT and ADAPTIC® DIGIT.
SILVERCEL® NON-ADHERENT is an antimicrobial highly absorbent hydroalginate dressing with silver. The dressing is designed to protect from infection, while its unique EasyLIFT® precision film, which prevents adhesion of the dressing to the wound bed, helps minimise trauma to the wound bed and patient pain during dressing change.
ADAPTIC® DIGIT is a double-coiled tubular bandage with non-adherent silicone layer, specifically designed for dressing fingers and toes, which may help save health care professional time and cost due to its unique design and ease of application. The non-adherent layer also reduces pain on dressing change.
In addition, TIELLE® Xtra Comfort Plus, a highly absorbent hydropolymer foam with LiquaLock® system that locks wound fluids in highly exudating wounds, is now available with an even higher absorbency. "We are confident that our innovative technologies will also help healthcare professionals improve the quality of life of their patients in Brazil," said Christine Kerr, Country Manager of Systagenix Brazil. Systagenix’ Brazil operations are now firmly established.
Systagenix is a global leader in wound care. With the launch of WOUNDCHEK™ Protease Status in Europe earlier this year they were the first company in the world to bring a point of care diagnostic tool to the wound care market., The company is committed to bringing new and innovative wound care products to the Brazilian market.
Professional education has always been part of the philosophy of the company and an interactive Workshop Evidence Made Easy, developed in partnership with Wounds International, is another novelty in this field. This is an online workshop that discusses the relevance of laboratory models and ex vivo and in vitro experiments to clinical practice in wound care.
Further information on Systagenix can be found on its new website and includes a wound care library, clinical evidence and case studies. On the Systagenix Brazil YouTube channel more information on products and the opportunity to learn more about advanced wound care is available.
Established in 2008, following the acquisition of Johnson & Johnson’s professional wound care business, Systagenix is committed to wound care, developing and marketing advanced diagnostic and therapeutic solutions.