|1.||Schwarze, Hardy: 1 article (02/2008)|
|2.||Uhlig, Christian: 1 article (02/2008)|
|3.||Hierlemann, Helmut: 1 article (02/2008)|
|4.||Prantl, Lukas: 1 article (02/2008)|
|5.||Ottomann, Christian: 1 article (02/2008)|
|6.||Hartmann, Bernd: 1 article (02/2008)|
|7.||Küntscher, Markus: 1 article (02/2008)|
|8.||Hartmann, B: 1 article (03/2007)|
|9.||Dittel, K-K: 1 article (03/2007)|
|10.||Hierlemann, H: 1 article (03/2007)|
|1.||Wounds and Injuries (Trauma)
07/01/1986 - "Omiderm, a new synthetic wound covering: physical properties and drug permeability studies."
01/01/2003 - "Chit-AA, Chit-LA and Omiderm films were comparable in terms of transparency, flexibility, adherence property, ease of film removal from wounds without damaging underlying tissues and fluid accumulation. "
02/01/1989 - "As a temporary dressing on scald wounds in children Omiderm was tried in 10 consecutive patients. "
07/01/1986 - "In in vivo experiments bacterial counts of infected wounds covered with Omiderm and topically treated with NBH were lowered to less than 10(3) organism/g tissue after one day of treatment."
04/01/1991 - "Skin grafts on problematical areas and heavily contaminated wounds were covered with 1:1.5 non-expanded meshed Omiderm. "
10/01/1987 - "Omiderm--is it beneficial for burns?"
09/01/1994 - "Omiderm as an initial burn dressing."
05/01/1993 - "Omiderm as an initial burn dressing."
03/01/1991 - "Experience with Omiderm--a new burn dressing."
02/01/2008 - "Although it is less cost-effective than Omiderm, the significant increase of patient comfort makes this material represent a reliable and solid treatment alternative when dealing with partial-thickness burn injuries. "
04/01/1988 - "Infection beneath Omiderm."
02/01/1988 - "Omiderm served as a biological barrier, and its transparency allowed close observation of the wound healing process and early detection of local infections when they occurred."
02/01/1989 - "Neither the Duoderm-treated nor the Omiderm-treated donor sites showed any signs of clinical infection. "
|3.||poly(lactide- co- trimethylenecarbonate- co- epsilon- caprolactone)
|5.||Acetic Acid (Vinegar)
|8.||Silver Sulfadiazine (SSD)
|2.||Hydrocolloid Bandages (Duoderm)
|4.||Skin Transplantation (Skin Grafting)