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Our know-how at your service  13/02/13                     Québec, Canada
DRM Silver Products                              MC                        Overview •    History •    Product list •    Re...
History – Silver as a medical element used in  different types all over the word since 2000• For ages, world wide Silver a...
History Silver Laminated1920-1955 M. Albert Barns, a business man,           sold Argyroll for over 10 million1950 New pro...
In 2005 DRM introduces the revolutionary DRM Silverimpregnated fabrics that can be used as dressing, as garmentdressing an...
DRM list of product DRM Silver ( burns and wounds ) DRM Pressure Garment ( controlled and digressive ) DRM Silicone ( H...
DRM Silver Products                   Sector of Applications           •   Plastic surgery           •   Vascular surgery ...
DRM Certificate    Health Canada   Manufacturer Certificate to cover exports and Medical Device    ISO Medical 13485 (20...
DRM Silver BURN (different degrees) Radio dermatitis (suint) All kinds of wounds   -Chronic wounds, Bed sores, Diabetic...
DRM Silver Products              Contact Wound Dressing Forms                 Available in three categories:              ...
DRM Silver mechanism of action     Silver ions are   transferred to the          the Nanocritalisation     Silver ionsintr...
Silver Ion process        0-24 H                      24-72 H                72H & on    1st reaction                  2nd...
DRM Silver Products                          Advantages1.It is not necessary to replace daily. It is applied on the wound/...
DRM Silver in Operation RoomAvailable in standard size for dressing, garment     dressing, tubes, gloves, socks and vests1...
Burns & Plastic Surgery    University Center McGill – Side Montreal Children                                • DRM Silver i...
Burns & Plastic Surgery           McGill University Montreal Children hospital                                            ...
Debriding - Treated with Silver glove                Without hospitalization                Day 0                   Day 21...
Help in burn debriding             Damascus HospitalDay 0                     Day 5 13/02/13                            18
Reduce the healing timeStatistics from the "Centre Supra Regional des Grands Brulés de lUniversité de                 Mont...
Burns & Plastic Surgery           Bactericide – Pseudomonas              Damascus Hospital13/02/13                 Flame B...
Burns & Plastic Surgery           Study of the Bacteriostatic properties of DRM Silverclear                      Damascus ...
Burns & Plastic Surgery                   Latakieh, More flexibility –                   Reduce re-adaptation time        ...
MOH- Damascus Hospital                  Car Accident                                Day 17           Day 013/02/13        ...
MOH- Damascus Hospital                Car Accident                Day 6413/02/13                            24
Maintains the wound clean                         Even for MRSA              University Hosp. - Mouassat - Accident       ...
Maintains the wound clean            Gram positive & negativeDay 0                   Day 1213/02/13                       ...
Maintains the wound clean             Homs – Dr. Khancan             Day 3713/02/13                               27
Maintains the wound clean                 Homs – Dr. Khancan           Day 0                   Day 3713/02/13             ...
Maintains the wound clean                     HomsDay 0                 Day 1413/02/13                                Day ...
Maintains the wound clean   Day 14                  Day 3713/02/13                                30
Very old ulcerations (over 10 years)                         in 6 months13/02/13                                          31
Phlebitis – Varicose Ulcer                    Since 10 years (Aleppo)           Day 0                                  Day...
Orthopedic                   Derra – Fracture wound           Day 1                   Day 2713/02/13                      ...
General Surgery                    Diabetic Foot                     Derra – Syria - Dr. Deiri           Day 0            ...
General Surgery            Diabetic Foot & Necroses                   Dr. Atalla - Lebanon                                ...
General Surgery                       Diabetic Foot                   Derra -Dr. Abd Moula Hassan           Day 0         ...
General Surgery                   Pressure Ulcer – Bed Sore                     Derra -Dr. Abd Moula Hassan           Day ...
Plastic surgery - Dermatology                   Slcérodermie diffuse                Hospital Maisoneuve Rosemont          ...
Plastic surgery - Dermatology                    Epidermolyse bulleuse                   Centre Hospitalier St. Justine   ...
Oncology – Radiotherapy             DRM Silver is approved by Health Canada           which can be used during Radiotherap...
Oncology – Radiotherapy           Center Hospitalier Universitaire de l’Universite de                               Montre...
Oncology – Radiotherapy             Latakieh – Dr. Mhanna           Day 0             Day 1013/02/13                      ...
General Surgery                     Scalven mal treated           Day 0                Day 1513/02/13                     ...
DRM Silver Products   Product Information & Instruction                for Use Product Information Published    DRM Silv...
Our know-how at your service                   Controlled Pressure Garment           Health Canada – Medical Instrument Cl...
For over a year now, DRM made to measure pressure garments are   available in Syria through MedHosp. All garment designs a...
Furthermore, we will soon offer a brochure to guide you throughthe steps to take when returning home after severe burn inj...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                   on Measures & StandardsSupplied in standard sizes: Post Cosmet...
Our garments are designed according to the           Prescription and recommendations of the Health           Specialist ....
We apply the requested contention           according to your Prescription                             Or           accord...
Rules to follow for the  pressure garment to be adequate•It must exceed of about 15 cm the scar in proximity.•Provide a Gl...
Our technicians are trained to take the measures and also to                        Evaluate the Needs.   We adapt & perso...
Many of our technicians had received their             training in our Service Center in CanadaMade to measure, personaliz...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                       for Different Diagnostics                                  ...
The human body is not made of flat surfaces, curves form convex and concave areas all over the body. In order to manufactu...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment             for Different Diagnostics•Reconstructive Surgery .   (gloves with zip...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                   for Different Diagnostics                              .•Correc...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                    for Different Diagnostics                               .•Cosm...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                       for Different Diagnostics                                  ...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                                .                     for Different Diagnostics•Ve...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                    for Different Diagnostics                               .     ...
Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment                      for Different Diagnostics                                .  ...
Every case is unique.We take into consideration all therehabiliteeso the patient can benefit entirelyFrom the prescription...
Every case is unique.                                       A Controlled Pressure                                       St...
Pressure Garments for special cases  13/02/13                            65
10 - 15 mm Hg               Light Support           For Therapeutic Support    Transit gloves Garments:    The patient is ...
20 - 25 mm Hg                 Light surgicalFor patient sensitive to thePressure as 1st garment inorder to let them used t...
40 mm Hg and more                Very firm Surgical                      lymphoedema      Aftercorrective surgical13/02/13...
Lymphoedema                40 mm Hg and more             Severe lymphoedema, venous             malformations, vicious sca...
Many options may be addedDRM Silver                                     Zipper                       Silicone13/02/13     ...
Uvex Mask -     12 months13/02/13                       71
Silicone DRM•For cicatrization control.•Supplied in: –1MM sheet ( adherent non adherent). –3MM sheet (adherent). –6MM shee...
In the Scars Healing           In Burns, corrective surgery of Hyperthrophic Scars,            The garments are not the so...
Not following the daily wearing results                                After 3 months13/02/13                             ...
The cooperation of the patient                        &           The continuous following                            Mask...
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For other diagnostics such as Venous            Malformation or Venous Insufficiency             Daily wearing of the garm...
Thank you for your attention,           in case you need other information,           please do not hesitate to contact us...
Publications1. MacKeen, P.C., Person, S. Warner, S.C., Snipes, W., and Stevens, S.E.,• Silver-coated Nylon Fiber as an Ant...
Suite…7. Barranco, S.D., Spadaro, J.A., Berger, T.J., and Becker, R.O.,• In vitro Effect of Weak Direct Current on Staphlo...
Suite…9. Berger, T.J., Spadaro, J.A., Bierman, R., Chapin, S.E., and Becker, R.O.,• Antifungal Properties of Electrically ...
Suite… 13. Brown MRW, Anderson R.A., :• The bactericidal effect of silver ions on Pseudomonas aeruginosa:• J. Pham Pharmac...
Suite…17. Marino, A.A., Deitch, E.A. and Albright, J.A.,• Electric Silver Antisepsis• IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME-323, 3...
Suite…•     J Trauma 1995 Aug;39(2):273-7; discussion 277-8 Related Articles, Books,•     LinkOut•     Enhanced survival o...
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  1. 1. Our know-how at your service 13/02/13 Québec, Canada
  2. 2. DRM Silver Products MC Overview • History • Product list • Regulatory Status Worldwide • Description/Composition • Mechanism of action • Indications (Specialty &Application) • Advantages (Therapeutic, Economic, Practical) • Contact Wound Dressing forms • Product information & Instruction for use13/02/13 2
  3. 3. History – Silver as a medical element used in different types all over the word since 2000• For ages, world wide Silver as a metal has been used by humans in medical applications.• 2000 Romans used vessels made of silver to keep their drinking water fresh longer.• 912-983 Surgeon Spain /Arab born at Cordoba Al-Zehraoui. Created surgical instrument in Silver and found a reduction of infections.• 1800 Many physicians discover silver is an antibacterial.• 1852 Dr M.J. Murano used a silver thread for sutures.• 1881 M. Carl Crede use silver nitrate for new born eyes.• 1893 M. Von Naegeli and his team discover ion transfer.• 1900 Dr Halsteasd use Silver sheet as a dressing. 13/02/13 3
  4. 4. History Silver Laminated1920-1955 M. Albert Barns, a business man, sold Argyroll for over 10 million1950 New product call antibiotic easy, clean, sure and efficient1970 Cie Swith Metalizing introduce laminated Silver on nylon Fabric. Drs Becker, Marino and Sparado are modern pioneers in study of treatments using silver against infection.1973 Flamazine cream (and similar products) are used since .2000 Different laminations on fabric or polymer for silver (including wet process with chemical product, nanocristalization technology on different methods)2005 Improvement from DRM - Nanocristalization silver and laminated on different fabrics2012Many different deposition on different fabric, some fabric are not conductor 13/02/13 4
  5. 5. In 2005 DRM introduces the revolutionary DRM Silverimpregnated fabrics that can be used as dressing, as garmentdressing and/or pressure garment. All used to kill bacteria,thus dramatically accelerating healing of many wounds such asburn, ulcer and to prevent infection of these wounds • Rapidement l’application de No penetration l’argent est devenue désuète avec l’explosion des No deposit antibiotiques après la deuxième No secondary guerre mondiale. Pratique, rapide, propre, efficace etc. effect • Les chercheurs n’abandonnent pas… 13/02/13 5
  6. 6. DRM list of product DRM Silver ( burns and wounds ) DRM Pressure Garment ( controlled and digressive ) DRM Silicone ( Hypertrophic scars and cicatrization ) DRM Instruction sheet, rules of healing (home return )  DRM Hip Pad ( ex. Pro hip) as Hip protector13/02/13 6
  7. 7. DRM Silver Products Sector of Applications • Plastic surgery • Vascular surgery • General surgery • Dermatology • Orthopedy • Cardiology • Gynecology • Oncology13/02/13 7
  8. 8. DRM Certificate  Health Canada Manufacturer Certificate to cover exports and Medical Device  ISO Medical 13485 (2003) Laboratory SM Inc. ( independent test atcc 148-1998 )13/02/13 8
  9. 9. DRM Silver BURN (different degrees) Radio dermatitis (suint) All kinds of wounds -Chronic wounds, Bed sores, Diabetic foot -Skin grafts & donor site -Ulcers (Venous, arterial, mixed ) -Open wounds in surgical & orthopedic surgeries - Silver Ion (Nanocristalline technology) One nanometer equals one thousandth of a micrometer With 99.99% + Purity 13/02/13 9
  10. 10. DRM Silver Products Contact Wound Dressing Forms Available in three categories: "Light", "Plus" Light Plus Running wounds Burns & non-running Wound Dressing & garment dressing13/02/13 10
  11. 11. DRM Silver mechanism of action Silver ions are transferred to the the Nanocritalisation Silver ionsintracellular space and allows the inhibit act directly on the multiplication of the proteinases energy system of the Silver Ions to transfer activity bacteria cell into the wound Anti-bacterial, Anti-fugal Enhance the Clear Analgesic & Haemostatic wound healing healing effect Reduce the inflammation13/02/13 Analgesic & faster healing 11
  12. 12. Silver Ion process 0-24 H 24-72 H 72H & on 1st reaction 2nd reaction 3rd reaction Silver ions Silver Ions Silver ions associate with associate with collagen fibers combine with the mature fibroblast (Silver-Collagenproteins & peptides & epithelial cells Complex) Bactericide, Bacteriostatic de-differentiation activation of de- into differentiated cells Biocide embryonic cells re-differentiate to form for positive & negative gram specific types of cells types Also MRSA restore the region to its 13/02/13 pre-injured state 12
  13. 13. DRM Silver Products Advantages1.It is not necessary to replace daily. It is applied on the wound/burn for up to 7 days. Saves time and is less painful for patient2. No need for systemic medications such as antibiotics, antiseptics and analgesics. (This recommendation applies for non-systemic wounds)3. Maintains the wound, burn or ulcer clean (helps in skin cell regenerationand reconstruction)4. Helps in blood revascularization even for very old ulcerations (over 10years)5. Reduced treatment time to 30-40% which makes the Burn and Wound healing exemplary6. Restores blood re-equilibration in burn sites (e.g. burned face)7. Helps in wound & burn debriding (such an operation is painful if it isperformed by the physician. Sometimes, it requires local or total anesthesia)8. Malleability is very high: have the possibility to cut and make garments(Tubes, Gloves, socks and vests) 13/02/13 13
  14. 14. DRM Silver in Operation RoomAvailable in standard size for dressing, garment dressing, tubes, gloves, socks and vests13/02/13 14
  15. 15. Burns & Plastic Surgery University Center McGill – Side Montreal Children • DRM Silver is applied the first dressing after debriding, •Dressing should be changed after 2 to 3 days. Doctors can decide for surgery or continuing DRM Silver •Treatment up to 5 or 7 days. Flame Burn - 65% TSBA13/02/13 15
  16. 16. Burns & Plastic Surgery McGill University Montreal Children hospital After 5 months13/02/13 Flame Burn - 65% TSBA 16
  17. 17. Debriding - Treated with Silver glove Without hospitalization Day 0 Day 2113/02/13 17
  18. 18. Help in burn debriding Damascus HospitalDay 0 Day 5 13/02/13 18
  19. 19. Reduce the healing timeStatistics from the "Centre Supra Regional des Grands Brulés de lUniversité de Montréal, Pavillon Hotel Dieu" from MontrealDuration of Open Wound Percentage Risk for Hypertrophic scar7 days negligible14 days 35%21 days 85% 13/02/13 In 3 weeks 19
  20. 20. Burns & Plastic Surgery Bactericide – Pseudomonas Damascus Hospital13/02/13 Flame Burn - 50% TSBA 20
  21. 21. Burns & Plastic Surgery Study of the Bacteriostatic properties of DRM Silverclear Damascus Hospital – Burn Section After 24 Hours After 72 Hours13/02/13 21
  22. 22. Burns & Plastic Surgery Latakieh, More flexibility – Reduce re-adaptation time Day 0 After 1 month13/02/13 Flame Burn 22
  23. 23. MOH- Damascus Hospital Car Accident Day 17 Day 013/02/13 23
  24. 24. MOH- Damascus Hospital Car Accident Day 6413/02/13 24
  25. 25. Maintains the wound clean Even for MRSA University Hosp. - Mouassat - Accident Day 14 Day 0 Day 613/02/13 25
  26. 26. Maintains the wound clean Gram positive & negativeDay 0 Day 1213/02/13 Day 19 26
  27. 27. Maintains the wound clean Homs – Dr. Khancan Day 3713/02/13 27
  28. 28. Maintains the wound clean Homs – Dr. Khancan Day 0 Day 3713/02/13 28
  29. 29. Maintains the wound clean HomsDay 0 Day 1413/02/13 Day 37 29
  30. 30. Maintains the wound clean Day 14 Day 3713/02/13 30
  31. 31. Very old ulcerations (over 10 years) in 6 months13/02/13 31
  32. 32. Phlebitis – Varicose Ulcer Since 10 years (Aleppo) Day 0 Day 2013/02/13 32
  33. 33. Orthopedic Derra – Fracture wound Day 1 Day 2713/02/13 33
  34. 34. General Surgery Diabetic Foot Derra – Syria - Dr. Deiri Day 0 After 3 months13/02/13 34
  35. 35. General Surgery Diabetic Foot & Necroses Dr. Atalla - Lebanon After 5 months13/02/13 Day 0 35
  36. 36. General Surgery Diabetic Foot Derra -Dr. Abd Moula Hassan Day 0 Day 7013/02/13 36
  37. 37. General Surgery Pressure Ulcer – Bed Sore Derra -Dr. Abd Moula Hassan Day 0 Day 913/02/13 37
  38. 38. Plastic surgery - Dermatology Slcérodermie diffuse Hospital Maisoneuve Rosemont Day 0 5 months13/02/13 Chronic wound 38
  39. 39. Plastic surgery - Dermatology Epidermolyse bulleuse Centre Hospitalier St. Justine Day 0 Day 27 Chronic wounds and incurable disease13/02/13 39
  40. 40. Oncology – Radiotherapy DRM Silver is approved by Health Canada which can be used during Radiotherapy treatment Day 0 Day 713/02/13 40
  41. 41. Oncology – Radiotherapy Center Hospitalier Universitaire de l’Universite de Montreal Day 0 Day 713/02/13 41
  42. 42. Oncology – Radiotherapy Latakieh – Dr. Mhanna Day 0 Day 1013/02/13 42
  43. 43. General Surgery Scalven mal treated Day 0 Day 1513/02/13 43
  44. 44. DRM Silver Products Product Information & Instruction for Use Product Information Published  DRM Silver products, the safe and effective way to administer the benefits of silver treatment without wound contamination, side effects or toxicity problems Utilization protocol on the wound and burn available 13/02/13 44
  45. 45. Our know-how at your service Controlled Pressure Garment Health Canada – Medical Instrument Class I13/02/13 45
  46. 46. For over a year now, DRM made to measure pressure garments are available in Syria through MedHosp. All garment designs are verified in Canada by DRM for proper evaluation. Our technicians have been trained in Canada at DRMs head office for proper measurement technique and manufacturing procedure. The severity of some burn cases that we have seen here during the last year, made us decide to offer DRMs uvex masks and other thermoforming products for scar management. Our local technicians will be trained to offer these products as soon as possible.13/02/13 46
  47. 47. Furthermore, we will soon offer a brochure to guide you throughthe steps to take when returning home after severe burn injury.This brochure will explain what to do and how to wear the pressuregarment. We will also talk about actions that can accelerate healing,(daily massage, exercise etc…) In fact, healing is a combination ofmany complimentary actions.13/02/13 47
  48. 48. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment on Measures & StandardsSupplied in standard sizes: Post Cosmetic Pressure Garment Transit Gloves Transit Medical Gloves (available for Middle East countries only)13/02/13 48
  49. 49. Our garments are designed according to the Prescription and recommendations of the Health Specialist . We have Measure sheet for every part of the body: Head, Hands, Torso, Legs and Feet.13/02/13 49
  50. 50. We apply the requested contention according to your Prescription Or according to the Diagnostic (if the mmHg is not stated). Several fabric choices are available according to the diagnostic13/02/13 50
  51. 51. Rules to follow for the pressure garment to be adequate•It must exceed of about 15 cm the scar in proximity.•Provide a Glove or a Sock if the scar is in the forearm orleg to avoid swelling.•It is possible to Reduce the Pressure to avoid swelling inthe extremities.13/02/13 51
  52. 52. Our technicians are trained to take the measures and also to Evaluate the Needs. We adapt & personalize our garment to the Condition of your Patient so he can benefit entirely from the treatment13/02/13 52
  53. 53. Many of our technicians had received their training in our Service Center in CanadaMade to measure, personalized and adapted to patient condition13/02/13 53
  54. 54. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics . •Burns After 4.5 months A mould could be placed to assure a full contention in a Scald Burn, middle/lower back13/02/13 54
  55. 55. The human body is not made of flat surfaces, curves form convex and concave areas all over the body. In order to manufacture efficient pressure garments, one has to consider this fact, thus making the design of such garment a highly sophisticated task. Using the science of pressure vessel, laws of physics and a vast experience, DRM has developed sophisticated pressure garments adapted to the patients particular condition. i.e.: When the palm face of the hand is burned, CDRM has developed the "lateral thumb" glove that will open the hand in a star shape thus providing pressure on the injured area. For other parts of the body, DRM has developed a technique using pockets and cushions built-in the garment.13/02/13 55
  56. 56. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics•Reconstructive Surgery . (gloves with zipper and web spacer) Electrical burn, after 2.5 months13/02/13 56
  57. 57. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics .•Corrective Surgery Correct a Retracted Scar 4 months after skin graft Vest with Sleeves with splint of abduction for 10-15 hours per day. Silicone sheet 2 months later. The mobility in extension was complete13/02/13 57 in 3 months
  58. 58. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics .•Cosmetic Surgery Chin strap Breast implant & reduction Liposuction & abdomino-plasty 3 months13/02/13 58
  59. 59. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics . •LymphoedemaPrimary: Congenital Puberty TardaSecondary: Surgery Cancer Trauma 13/02/13 59
  60. 60. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment . for Different Diagnostics•Venous malformations,•Venous Insufficiency, We can add Zippers and Anti-slip Elastic in order to facilitate daily wearing. Phlebitis 13/02/13 60
  61. 61. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics . •Cheloïds After 1 year of wearing the garment of the American company: the garment conception (design) was not adapted to the condition of the patient. The scars were very red, thick and stiff. 16 months13/02/13 61
  62. 62. Controlled & Degressive Pressure Garment for Different Diagnostics . •Cheloïds 3 monthsUniversity Center McGillChildren Hospital of Montreal - 13/02/13 62 Pavillon
  63. 63. Every case is unique.We take into consideration all therehabiliteeso the patient can benefit entirelyFrom the prescription Several fabric choices are available according to the diagnostic 13/02/13 63
  64. 64. Every case is unique. A Controlled Pressure Stocking of 10-15 mmHg was prescribed to maintain in place an elastomer mould which preserved the space acquired through surgery. 12 months.13/02/13 64 University Center of Montreal. Pavillon Ste Justine .
  65. 65. Pressure Garments for special cases 13/02/13 65
  66. 66. 10 - 15 mm Hg Light Support For Therapeutic Support Transit gloves Garments: The patient is used to a light compression in waiting the regular garment. Transit medical Gloves: (different fabric) Relieves the pain caused by the swelling of tired hands and legs13/02/13 66
  67. 67. 20 - 25 mm Hg Light surgicalFor patient sensitive to thePressure as 1st garment inorder to let them used to a stronger pressure, (Burns in children and elderly). It is possible to adjust later Relieve the pain caused by phlebitis, edema and severe varicose vein. 13/02/13 67
  68. 68. 40 mm Hg and more Very firm Surgical lymphoedema Aftercorrective surgical13/02/13 68
  69. 69. Lymphoedema 40 mm Hg and more Severe lymphoedema, venous malformations, vicious scars13/02/13 (cheloids local compression only) 69
  70. 70. Many options may be addedDRM Silver Zipper Silicone13/02/13 Anti-Slip Padding (Mould) 70
  71. 71. Uvex Mask - 12 months13/02/13 71
  72. 72. Silicone DRM•For cicatrization control.•Supplied in: –1MM sheet ( adherent non adherent). –3MM sheet (adherent). –6MM sheet (adherent).. The estimate life time of our Sheet is 4 to 8 months (following instructions for care) The silicone sheet must exceed the shape of the scar for a minimum of 1 centimeter –Gel, ideal for hand and face. (apply 3 times/day minimum) 13/02/13 72
  73. 73. In the Scars Healing In Burns, corrective surgery of Hyperthrophic Scars, The garments are not the sole Warranty of success. The cooperation of the patient & The continuous daily wearing Is an important part of the treatment. 14 months13/02/13 73
  74. 74. Not following the daily wearing results After 3 months13/02/13 74
  75. 75. The cooperation of the patient & The continuous following Mask in Uvex13/02/13 75
  76. 76. 13/02/13 76
  77. 77. For other diagnostics such as Venous Malformation or Venous Insufficiency Daily wearing of the garments helps relieve and improve life. This will contribute to reducing the risks of worsening the illness.13/02/13 77
  78. 78. Thank you for your attention, in case you need other information, please do not hesitate to contact us. CDRM Québec, Canada13/02/13 78
  79. 79. Publications1. MacKeen, P.C., Person, S. Warner, S.C., Snipes, W., and Stevens, S.E.,• Silver-coated Nylon Fiber as an Antibacterial Agent.,• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother., 31, 93, 1987.2. Deitch, E.A., Marino, A.A., Gillespie, T.E., and Albright, J.A.,• SilverNylon: A New Antimicrobial Agent.,• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 23, 356,1983.3. Maniro, A.A., Deitch, E.A. Malakanok, V., Albright, J.A., and Specian, R.D.,• Electrical Augmentation of the Antimicrobial Activititv of Silver-Nylon Fabrics, J. Biol.• Phys., 12, 93, 1984.4. Marino, A.A., Malakanok, V., Deitch, E.A., and Albright, J.• Electrical properties of silver-nylon.• Third Annual BRAGS, Sans Francisco, CA. Oct. 2-5, 36, 1983.5. Deitch, E. A., Marino, A.A., Malakeonok, V., and Albright, J.A.,• Silver Nylon Cloth: In vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity,• J. rauma, 27, 301, 1987.6. Deitch, E.A., Marino, A.A., Malaleonok, V., and Albright, J.A.,• Silver nylon cloth: in vitro and in vivo evaluation of antimicrobial activity.• J. Trauma, 27, 301, 1987.13/02/13 79
  80. 80. Suite…7. Barranco, S.D., Spadaro, J.A., Berger, T.J., and Becker, R.O.,• In vitro Effect of Weak Direct Current on Staphlococcus aureus.• Clinical Orthopaedics, 100, 250, 1974.• Note: Identical results were published by Barranco in: Barranco, S.D. and Colmano, G.• Electrical. Inhibition of Staphlococcus aureus.• Virginia Medical 646, 19768. Berger, T.J., Spadaro, J.A., Chapin, S.E., and Becker, R.O.,• Electrically Generated Silver Ions: Quantitative Effects on Bacterial and Mammalian Cells.• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother., 9, 357, 1976.8. Berger, T.J., Spadaro, J.A., Chapin, S.E., and Becker, R.O.,• Electrically Generated Silver Ions: Quantitative Effects on Bacterial and Mammalian Cells.• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother., 9, 357, 1976.13/02/13 80
  81. 81. Suite…9. Berger, T.J., Spadaro, J.A., Bierman, R., Chapin, S.E., and Becker, R.O.,• Antifungal Properties of Electrically Generated Metallic Ions.• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother., 0, 856,1976.10. Chu, C.S., Mc McManus, A.T., Pruitt B. A., et al• Therapeutic effects of silver nylon dressing with weak direct current on Pseudomonas aeruginosa infected burn wounds.• J. Trauma 28:1488, 1988.11. Chu, C.C., Tsai, W.C., Yao, J. Y., and Chiu, S.S.,• Newly made anti-bacterial braided nylonsutures. I. In vitro qualitative and in vivo preliminary biocompatibility study.• J. Biomed. Mater. Res., 21, 1281, 1987.12. Berger, T.J., Spadaro, J.A., Chapin, S.E., and Becker, R.O.,• Electrically generated silver ions : quantitative effects on bacterial and mammalian cells,• Antimicrob. Agents Chemother., 9, 357, 1976.13/02/13 81
  82. 82. Suite… 13. Brown MRW, Anderson R.A., :• The bactericidal effect of silver ions on Pseudomonas aeruginosa:• J. Pham Pharmacol 20:15, 1968.14. Colmano, G., and Barranco, S.D.,• Inhibition of staphylococcus aureus on a contaminated electrode in the femur of the rabbit by low electrical current and its relation to stress,• Biophys. J., 15, 28a, 1975.15. Falcone, A.E., and Spadaro, J.A.,• Inhibitory effects of electrically acrivated silver material on cutaneous wound bacteria,• Plast.Reconstruc. Surg., 77, 455, 1986.16. Marino, A.A., Malakonok, V., Albright, J.A., Deitch, E.A. and Special R.D.,• Electrochemical Properties of Silver-nylon Fabrics• J. Electrochem. Soc., 132, 68, 1985.13/02/13 82
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