Within the framework of evidence-based medicine, medical care is based on the best scientific studies currently available. When choosing a therapeutic measure, scientific evidence on efficiency and safety is all-important. Clinical studies help to ensure that every single patient receives the best possible medical care.
In the field of modern wound treatment, as elsewhere, efficiency and safety studies are becoming increasingly important both nationally and internationally. In order to ensure the highest possible degree of objectivity, reliability and validity, it is essential to establish and maintain standardised guidelines in wound treatment.
Take a look at our latest clinical studies
Hydration Response Technology Dressing uses a passive mechanism to manage bacteria
Westgate, S. & Cutting, K. | EWMA, Vienna 2012
Wirksamkeit einer atraumatischen Wundauflage bei der Behandlung eines MRSA infizierten Ulcus cruris venosum (UCV)
Kinder, D. | ICW, Bremen 2012
Influence of Sorbion Sana dressings on non-healing leg ulcers; a multicenter case study in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
Neyens, J. et al. | EWMA, Wien 2012
Sorbion Dressings: Using One Dressing Product to Manage a Variety of Symptoms Affecting Wounds
Ling, L. | Wounds UK, 2011
The impact of a dressing containing hydrodynamic fibres on wound bioburden and soft tissue oedema in pressure ulcers
Wolcott, R. et al. | JWC, Manchester 2011
Case study of the effectiveness of a dressing with hydrokinetic fibres in the treatment of a long standing leg ulcer
Walbyoff, S. | EWMA, Wien 2012