Stratamed – Clinical efficacy in faster wound healing and abnormal scar management.
Stratamed - Clinical efficacy for post procedure care, wound healing and scar management.
After a number of successful clinical trials, Stratamed proved to be high in safety, efficacy and ease of use. They revealed large number of procedures which would benefit from use of Stratamed. This makes Stratamed an excellent addition to any wound care protocol without changing it.
The Safety, Efficacy, and Tolerability of a Novel Silicone Gel Dressing Following Dermatological Surgery
Sandhofer M, Schauer P (2012)
SkinMed, November/December 2012, Volume 10, Issue 6, Supplement 1
“We observe a faster re-epithelialization of the wound surface with visibly satisfactory results starting as early as 7 days, compared with what we observe with our standard care.”
“The detritus arising from fractional CO2 treatment were exfoliated after 3 to 5 days.”
“We believe that this gel was a major reason why all four patients had improvement and healing of their scalp wounds after a prolonged period of non-healing.”
“The topical gel used for our patients uses the unique properties of silicone in a formulation that may be ideal for these wounds.”
Successful Treatment of Non-healing Scalp Wounds Using a Silicone Gel
Monk E, Benedetto EA, Benedetto AV (2014)
Dermatologic Surgery, Volume 40, Issue 1, January 2014, p. 76–79
Erosive Pustular Dermatosis Successfully Treated with a Novel Silicone Gel
Uva L, Aphale AN, Kehdy J, Benedetto AV. (2015)
Case Report. International Journal of Dermatology, Volume 55, Issue 1, January 2016, p.89–91
“The patient showed significant improvement after only 2 weeks of the silicone gel application, with complete re-epithelialization of erosive areas of the scalp.”
“Silicone gel has shown to be effective for challenging cases of delayed healing and persistent ulcerative erosions secondary only to various surgical procedures such as excisions followed by partialthickness skin grafts.”
“Applying SG on chronic nonhealing wounds provided an effective “healing boost” to torpid, biologically inactive granulation tissue inducing complete reepithelialization even after only 2 weeks of treatment.”
Importance of Scar Prevention and Treatment An Approach From Wound Care Principles
Marini L, Odendaal D, Smirnyi S (2017)
Dermatologic Surgery, Volume 43, Issue 1, January 2017, p. 85-90