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Case series: ADAPTIC TOUCH in conjunction with negative pressure wound therapy

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Case series: ADAPTIC TOUCH in conjunction with negative pressure wound therapy

6 July 2015

ADAPTIC TOUCH is a non-adherent, flexible, open-mesh primary wound contact layer composed of cellulose acetate coated with a soft-tack silicone that may assist dressing application. In this series of international case studies, ADAPTIC TOUCH was used as an alternative to traditional wound contact layers under NPWT to benefit patients with a range of wound types. Over the course of those treatments, clinicians reported that ADAPTIC TOUCH was easy to use and remove, did not adhere, and did not cause patients pain during wear or upon removal.

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