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Slough and soft necrotic tissue impedes naural healing1,2

  • Non-viable necrotic or compromised tissue/ adherent fibrous material derived from proteins, fibrin and fibrinogen – usually moist, creamy yellow appearance1
  • Prevent migration of cells2
  • May sequester growth factors2

IODOSORB and IODOFLEX removes slough cell debris and bacteria

  • Provide effective desloughing3-6
  • Prepares the wound bed for healing by absorbing slough, debris3,7-10 and bacteria6


Evidence: IODOSORB against slough


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4. Ormiston MC, Seymour MTJ, Venn GE, et al., In: Fox JA, Fischer H, eds. Cadexomer Iodine. New York, NY: F.K. Schattauer Verlag; 63-69 (1983).
5. Hansson C. Int J Dermatol. 37:390-396(1998).
6. Akiyama H. et al., J Dermatol. 31:529-534 (2004).
7. Troeng T, Skog E, Arnesjo B, et al., In: Fox JA, Fischer H, eds.Cadexomer Iodine. New York, NY: F.K. Schattauer Verlag: 43-50 (1983).
8. Skog E, Arnesjo B, Troeng T, et al., Br J Dermatol.109:77-83.
9. Moberg S, et al. J. Am. Geriatr. Soc 1983.
10. Holloway, G. A. et al., West. J. Med. 151, 35–38 (1989).
11. Harcup et al. Br. J. Clin. Pract. 1986; 40: 360–4.
12. Lindsay G, Latta D, Lyons KGB, Livingstone ED, Thomson W. Acta Ther. 12:141-148 (1986).
13.  Laudanska, HJ. Int Med Res. 1988; 16, 428–35.