Clinical Evidence2019-11-25T22:32:28+00:00

Clinical Evidence

Microlyte® Matrix Clinical Evidence is a resource for healthcare professionals to explore preclinical, clinical, and review articles discussing the use of Microlyte® Matrix. Below you will find conference abstracts and posters that have been presented on Microlyte® Matrix.

Posters

The Use of Absorbable Polyvinyl/Polymeric Microfilm Matrix with Silver in the Treatment of Venous Ulcers: A Pilot Study

Terry Treadwell, MD, FACS
Institute for Advanced Wound Care, Baptist Health, Montgomery, AL

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Fall 2019

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The Efficacy of a Synthetic Bioresorbable Antimicrobial Matrix as an Implantable Material for At-Risk Surgical Wounds

Dr. Ryan Chatelain, DPM
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Spring 2019

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Compression is Key: Silver, Elastic Compression Stockinet, and Hyper-absorbent Felt in Direct Contact with VLU Granulation Tissue Reverses Comorbid Inflammation, Pain and Exudate that Delays Effective Compression Therapy

Marta Ostler, PT, CWS, CLT, DAPWCA
St. Vincent Health, Billings, MT

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Fall 2019

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Use of uniquely adherent silver film (MicroLyte® Matrix) to promote healing of recalcitrant diabetic neuropathic ulcers

Michael S. Miller, DO, FACOS, FAPWh, WCC
Miller Care Group, Indianapolis, IN

Wild on Wounds 2019

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Use of a Novel Bioresorbable Wound Matrix Dressing with a Polymeric Coating Containing Nanoparticle Silver in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot and Venous Leg Wounds

Dr. James McGuire
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Fall 2019

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Microlyte® Matrix stimulates wound closure in full-thickness, chronic wound in patient with multiple risk factors for non-healing

Sarah Waterman Manning, MD
Mountain Area Health Education Center

Innovations in Wound Healing 2018

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The Use of MicroLyte® Bioresorbable Wound Matrix as a Surgical Implant to Prevent Postoperative Surgical Site Infection

Michael J. Schurr, MD
Mountain Area Health Education Center, Asheville, NC

Innovations in Wound Healing 2018

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An Ultrathin Bioresorbable Matrix With Antimicrobial Silver in the Treatment of Chronic Contaminated Wounds

Thea Price, MD
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Fall 2018

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Effective Antibiofilm Bioresorbable Microfilm Matrix Containing Gallium and Silver

Gaurav Pranami, PHD
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Wound Healing Society 2018

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Microfilm Bioresorbable Matrix Containing Silver Nanoparticles for Cell Growth and Combating Bacteria in Deep Wound Tissue

Gaurav Pranami, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

American Burn Association 2018

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Synthetic Resorbable Antibiofilm Polymeric Wound Matrix Containing Gallium and Silver

Eric Crawford
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Innovations in Wound Healing 2018

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Usage of a fully synthetic bioresorbable antimicrobial matrix containing ionic and metallic silver to treat difficult-to-heal leg ulcers suspected of biofilms

Amelia Beatty, ACNP, CWCN-AP
Duke Health, Durham, North Carolina

Symposium on Advanced Wound Healing Fall 2018

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Urathin Hydrogel Dressings Containing Gallium Ions and Metallic Silver for the Elimination of Biofilms

Gaurav Pranami, PHD
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Wound Healing Society 2017

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Use Of An Antimicrobial Microfilm Wound Dressing In Spontaneous Wounds In Animals

Jonathan F. McAnulty, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Wound Healing Society 2017

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Ultrathin Dissolvable Antimicrobial Wound Dressing is Safe and Effective in Patients with Complex Chronic Wounds

David A. Humphrey, MD
Mission Hospital Wound Center, Asheville, NC

Wound Healing Society 2017

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