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Evaluation of a new dressing in the treatment of sports-related skin lesions



Evaluation of a new dressing in the treatment of sports-related skin lesions



Cutis 39(2): 161-164



Twenty-seven players with superficial wounds (abrasions, turf burns, and blisters) were treated with a new Hydroactive dressing. We conclude that this dressing provides an excellent alternative to other forms of treatment since it is easy to use, comfortable, hypoallergenic, and provides impressive healing results.

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