Bactigras

Bactigras

chlorhedixine tulle gras dressing
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Basic treatment available on a daily basis consisted of Burnshield (for use up to 24 hours after injury), silver sulphadiazine and Jelonet; more expensive options, including Aquacel, Inadine, Bactigras, Acticoat and Actisorb, were sometimes (and inconsistently) available, and the rationale for their use was not always clear to the staff.
aeruginosa burn wound infection Dressing type Dressing days Patients, Total Average * n Sodium hypochlorite and Flamazine 28 278 15 Sodium hypochlorite and 6 53 9 chlorhexidine Bactigras 3 10 3 Acticoat 4 27 7 Total 31 368 12 * Six children treated with sodium hypochlorite and chlorhexidine were initially treated with sodium hypochlorite and Flamazine, until an organism resistant to Flamazine was isolated.