Références bibliographiques Mini-site

Références :

1. Callaghan R, et al. Case series evaluation: The use of ALLEVYN Gentle Border Multisite on chronic wounds. Wounds UK 2012;8(4).

2. Smith & Nephew Data on File: DS/17/012/R ALLEVYN Gentle Border & ALLEVYN Gentle Border Gen 2 – Fluid Uptake (Cylinder) Statistical Evaluation

3. T. Hurd, L. Gregory, A. Jones, and S. Brown, “A multi-centre, in market evaluation of ALLEVYN Gentle Border,” Wounds UK, vol. 5, pp. 32-44, 2009.

4. K. Vowden, K. Harding, N. S. Moiemen, K. Drysdale, and C. Mistry, “An open, prospective randomised, multi-centre clinical evaluation of a hydrocellular silicone foam dressing* in the management of exuding chronic and acute wounds,” presented at the EWMA, Brussels 2011.

5. A. Horner “ALLEVYN Gentle Border and Optimal Wound Healing” Sept 2017.

6. Smith & Nephew Data on File: DS/17/012/R ALLEVYN Gentle Border & ALLEVYN Gentle Border Gen 2 – Fluid Uptake (Cylinder) Statistical Evaluation.

7. Smith & Nephew Data on File: DS/17/544/R Moisture Vapour Permeability Testing of ALLEVYN™ Gentle Border Gen 1 and ALLEVYN Gentle Border Gen 2.

8. Report Number: MB-TM001-29-R.01 Bacterial barrier testing of Peridot ALLEVYN GENTLE Dressing verification batches under wet/wet conditions.

9. Sawhney R. Bacterial barrier (wet/wet) testing on Medium Allevyn Life with Bawtry Mask, Boston WCL and Otero silicone. 2015.

10. Rafter L, Reynolds T, Rafter M. An audit of patient outcomes in the management of skin tears using silicone dressings. Wounds UK. 2016;12(2):70-78.

11. Carter J. The use of a silicone adhesive dressing (ALLEVYN GENTLE Border) on a patient with extremely fragile skin. Paper presented at: Wounds UK; 2008; Harrogate, UK.

12. Smith & Nephew Data on File DS/16/472/R ALLEVYN Gentle Border Gen 2 – Fluid uptake evaluation.

13. Brown, S., and Palmer, S., An open, prospective, randomised, within volunteer comparison of ALLEVYN GENTLE BORDER and an alternative dressing. Smith & Nephew OR-DOF/001, March 2009.