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Chirurgia 2002 June;15(3):91-8

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Colloidal silver hydrogel (Katogel plus) in the treatment of skin lesions of various aetiology

Cassino R., Ricci E.


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Background. Two series of respectively 41 and 15 heterogeneous skin lesions treated with Katogel and Katogel Plus for a period of between 3 and 9 months are analysed.
Methods. The wounds were subdivided into two large groups in the first study (acute and chronic, therefore, the latter analysed by groups of pathologies) and by aetiology in the second study.
Results. In both studies the medication showed excellent local performance without taking anything away from the importance of general therapies, accompanied by good tolerance, convenient use and comfort.
Conclusions. The fundamental differences noted between the two treatments regard the time the product remained in site and the speed of cleansing, both factors favouring Katogel Plus.

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