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The Clinical Efficacy of Pure Hypochlorous Acid Preservative-Based Wound Solutions

The Clinical Efficacy of Pure Hypochlorous Acid Preservative-Based Wound Solutions
 
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Pure hypochlorous acid has strong antimicrobial preservative action, as well as low cytotoxicity when it is properly formulated. Evidence-based analysis has shown that pure hypochlorous acid as an antimicrobial preservative in wound cleansing solutions provides an effective and non-cytotoxic wound treatment option compared with formulations that may contain sodium hypochlorite.

This in-depth and extensively referenced guide, complete with clinical case  studies, discusses the composition of hypochlorous acid and the benefits of its use in wound care. It also clarifies the distinction between hypochlorous acid and sodium hypochlorite that is a common source of confusion.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this white paper, which provides an in-depth explanation of the structure and properties of hypochlorous acid and stresses the importance of using properly formulated pure hypochlorous acid preservative–based wound solutions.

This white paper contains information on the following topics:

Chemical composition of hypochlorous acid
pH as a factor in hypochlorous acid stability
Hypochlorous acid versus sodium hypochlorite
Antimicrobial and non-cytotoxic effects of hypochlorous acid
Mechanical biofilm disruption with hypochlorous acid
Case studies of hypochlorous acid in wound healing

Sponsored by URGO Medical

Pure hypochlorous acid has strong antimicrobial preservative action, as well as low cytotoxicity when it is properly formulated. Evidence-based analysis has shown that pure hypochlorous acid as an antimicrobial preservative in wound cleansing solutions provides an effective and non-cytotoxic wound treatment option compared with formulations that may contain sodium hypochlorite.

This in-depth and extensively referenced guide, complete with clinical case  studies, discusses the composition of hypochlorous acid and the benefits of its use in wound care. It also clarifies the distinction between hypochlorous acid and sodium hypochlorite that is a common source of confusion.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this white paper, which provides an in-depth explanation of the structure and properties of hypochlorous acid and stresses the importance of using properly formulated pure hypochlorous acid preservative–based wound solutions.

This white paper contains information on the following topics:

Chemical composition of hypochlorous acid
pH as a factor in hypochlorous acid stability
Hypochlorous acid versus sodium hypochlorite
Antimicrobial and non-cytotoxic effects of hypochlorous acid
Mechanical biofilm disruption with hypochlorous acid
Case studies of hypochlorous acid in wound healing

Sponsored by URGO Medical

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