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RTD Resources

RTD™ is a proprietary highly absorbent antimicrobial PU foam with Methylene Blue (up to 0.25 mg/g), Gentian Violet (up to 0.25 mg/g) and Silver (up to 7 mg/g) integrated into the polymer matrix.

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United States Case Studies

MAR 2017      Management of Lower Extremity Wounds
APR 2015       Uses of a Novel New Absorbent Antimicrobial Polyurethane Foam Wound Dressing
APR 2015       Using RTD™ to address Hypergranulation and Prepare for Successful Skin Graft
APR 2015       Treatment of a Complex Diabetic Foot Wound with RTD™ Wound Dressing
APR 2015       Incorporating a Antimicrobial Polyurethane Foam* in a Multimodal High Risk Diabetic Wound Care Algorithm
APR 2015       Wound Care Management Multiple Case Studies
 

International Case Studies

 

FEB 2018        Use of RTD in the closure of Residual Wound Areas after losing a skin graft, in hypertrophic scarring

DEC 2017       Case Report: usage of Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial Foam (RTD) for a Diabetic Foot Ulcer Wound

DEC 2017       Revisiting A Novel Therapy In Wound Management

DEC 2017       Case Report on Non Healing Venous Ulcer Utilizing RTD

DEC 2017       Case Series: Clinical Application of a Highly Absorbent Antimicrobial Polyurethane Foam in Malaysia

Technical Case Studies

 

APR 2018       Wound Dressing Comparison, Free Swell Absorptive Capacity Summar

FEB 2016        Confirming the Presence of Singlet Oxygen Generate and Antimicrobial Activity

APR 2015       The Addition of Silver: Antimicrobial Benefits of a Novel Polyurethane Foam Wound Care Dressing

Publications

 

AUG 2014       Product Technology Overview: RTD Antimicrobial Foam Wound Dressing (woundsource.com)

MAR 2015       Case Closed: Opening the Door to Closing Challenging Wounds (hmpgloballearningnetwork.com)

APR 2015       Case Closed: A Dressing for Chronic and Acute Wounds (hmpgloballearningnetwork.com)

MAY 2015       Case Closed: An Economical Treatment Protocol for Peristomal Skin Excoriation (hmpgloballearningnetwork.com)