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Feb 27 2018

HARTMANN Adds Antimicrobial Option to Silicone Foam Family

HARTMANN, a leading provider of wound care, compression and adult incontinence solutions, today announced the expansion of its Proximel® line of silicone foam dressings to include a new, antimicrobial option called Proximel Ag. Indicated for high, medium and low levels of exudate, Proximel Ag delivers a sustained release of silver ions over time, ensuring antimicrobial effectiveness (up to 99.99%) against a wide range of pathogens for up to seven days.*

HARTMANN expands wound care portfolio with silicone bordered foam dressing

February 21, 2017, Rock Hill, SC – HARTMANN, a leading provider of wound care, compression and adult incontinence solutions, today announced the launch of PROXIMEL™, a five-layer silicone bordered foam dressing designed to promote a moist healing environment, manage wound exudate, enhance patient comfort and reduce the risk of pressure ulcers. PROXIMEL offers clinicians a new range of silicone bordered foam dressings to assist with the treatment of pressure ulcers, venous leg ulcers and chronic wounds.

HARTMANN USA awarded new three-year contracts from INTALERE for advanced and traditional wound care products

HARTMANN USA, Inc., today announced that it has been awarded two multi-source contracts with INTALERE – one for traditional wound care and one for advanced wound care. Effective January 1, 2017, and running through December 31, 2019, the contracts allow INTALERE’s membership of nearly 80,000 healthcare professionals to access HARTMANN’s full portfolio of wound care products using pre-negotiated terms and special pricing...

New U.S. study finds absorbent briefs with curly fiber lower skin pH and reduce the risk for Incontinence Associated Skin Damage

HARTMANN announced today the release of a landmark study supporting the use of absorbent products with curly fiber as a new strategy for combating Incontinence Associated Skin Damage (IASD). Led by renowned incontinence researcher and University of Minnesota School of Nursing professor, Donna Bliss, the study found that absorbent briefs with curly fiber significantly lower/acidify skin pH, reducing the risk for IASD in older nursing home residents (75+ years)...