cadexomer iodine


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cadexomer iodine

A drug used externally in preparations to absorb discharge from skin ulcers and wounds. Brand names are Iodoflex and Iodosorb.
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Cadexomer iodine, a topical antiseptic, improves ulcer healing but may not be feasible in most clinical settings because of the frequent dressing changes required (SOR: B, single RCT).
Topical cadexomer iodine: Effective, but is it feasible?
In addition, the patient had been initially treated with an antibiotic and cadexomer iodine to battle infection.