Dermafill Microbial Cellulose Wound Dressing

A New Biological Dressing in Burn Care

The burnt patient presents peculiar features. Burn care takes a lot of time, is painful for the patient, expensive for those paying for it and represents hard work, hard for those who execute it. It represents, therefore, a social-economic problem of difficult solution in any kind of collectivity in which it occurs (1). We know that the priority in burn care is to attempt to modify the accelerated process of tissue destruction (2,3). This had been accomplished by an adequate nutritional support (4, 5, 6) and preventive measures to avoid infection in the burnt areas, through an immediate covering of the lesions.

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