In the battle to heal chronic wounds, there is an invisible enemy: biofilm. It’s a primary cause of chronic infection , blocking the effective action of antibiotic and antiseptic agents . And it’s present in at least 78% of chronic wounds . But our breakthrough MORE THAN SILVER™ technology – scientifically developed to win the battle against biofilm – contains three components with the power to disrupt and destroy biofilm: ionic silver together with a surfactant and a metal chelating agent. Our dressing delivers superior anti-biofilm performance compared to other silver dressings [4,5]. We combine MORE THAN SILVER™ with Hydrofiber® technology, which works to absorb wound exudate and disrupted EPS and bacteria. This helps to manage wound moisture and support healing .
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