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Medical adhesive related skin injury

A new approach with a novel silicone adhesive stoma bag: a clinical study on peristomal skin and quality of life

This article presents a study examining the use of the first stoma bag to be developed with a silicone adhesive. GeniiTM stoma bag (Trio Healthcare) is described as the first ever stoma bag in the...

Preventing medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI)

The skin is the largest organ of the body and performs many critical functions. It is a physical barrier to microorganisms and irritants. The pH of the skin has an antimicrobial function, so assists...

Medical adhesive-related skin injury

The skin is the body's largest organ. Its main function is to act as a physical barrier against the external environment and to prevent harmful substances and pathogens entering the body. It also...

Developments in silicone technology for use in stoma care

Up to the beginning of the 21st century, wound dressings and similar devices designed to provide moisture and protect the surrounding skin were primarily made from hydrocolloids and hydrogels, as well...

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