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PROMOGRAN PRISMAPROMOGRAN PRISMA®


PROMOGRAN PRISMA® matrix is a freeze-dried composite of collagen, oxidised regenerated cellulose (ORC) and silver. Made from a matrix of 55% collagen, 44% ORC and 1% ORC/Silver.


PROMOGRAN PRISMA® is designed to ‘kick start’ the healing process while providing protection from infection.1-2

In the presence of exudate PROMOGRAN PRISMA® matrix transforms into a soft and conformable, biodegradable gel; this allows contact with all areas of the wound. With PROMOGRAN PRISMA® stalled wounds heal:

  • Faster3-5
  • Cost Effectively3,6
  • While providing protection from infection7-8

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References

References


1. Cullen B et al. ORC/Collagen Matrix Containing Silver Controls Bacterial Bioburden while Retaining Dermal Cell viability. Poster presented at EWMA Prague, May 2006


2. Gregory S et al. The Ability of ORC/Collagen containing silver to reduce Bioburden and retain dermail Cell Viability. Johnson & Johnson Wound Management, Gargrave, UK. Poster presented at ETRS Stuttgart, September 2005

3. Nisi G et al. Use of protease-modulating matrix in the treatment of pressure sores. Chir Ital 2005;57:465-8

4. Lazaro-Martinez et al. Randomized comparative trial of a collagen/oxidized regenerated cellulose dressing in the treatment of neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers. F.R. Circ. Esp.2007, 82(1), 27-31

5. Veves A et al. A randomized , controlled trial of PROMOGRAN® (a collagen/oxidised regenerated cellulose dressing) vs standard treatments in the management of diabetic foot ulcers. Arch Surg 2002;137:822-827
6. Cullen, B., Domnelly, T., Rennison, T. Can excessive levels of silver be detrimental to healing? SAWC, San Diego, 2008

7. Gregory S et al. The Ability of ORC/Collagen containing silver to reduce Bioburden and retain dermail Cell Viability. Johnson & Johnson Wound Management, Gargrave, UK. Poster presented at ETRS Stuttgart, September 2005

8. Cullen, B., Nisbet, L., Gibson, M., Lanzara, S., Zamboni, P. A clinical study examining the effect of ORC/Collagen/Silver-ORC on healing and wound biochemistry. SAWC, Dallas, 2009

11. (relates to graph) Cullen, B., Kemp, L., Essler, L. Rebalancing wound biochemistry improves healing: a clinical study examining effect of PROMOGRAN. Wound Repair Regen. 2004 12(2) A4.