Cellulose materials in the wound healing


Authors: Tomáš Sopuch 1;  Radomíra Drahovzalová 1;  Josef Rýdl 1;  Ivo Bureš 2;  Miloslav Milichovský 3;  Jarmila Vytřasová 4;  Petra Moťková 4;  Václav Švorčík 5;  Jiří Podlaha 6,7;  Marie Horáková 7;  Ruta Masteiková 8;  Lenka Vinklárková 8;  Pavel Suchý 9
Authors‘ workplace: Holzbecher, spol. s r. o., barevna a bělidlo Zlíč 1;  Geriatrická klinika, Pardubická krajská nemocnice, a. s. 2;  Oddělení dřeva, celulózy a papíru, Univerzita Pardubice 3;  Katedra biologických a biochemických věd, Univerzita Pardubice 4;  Ústav inženýrství pevných látek, VŠCHT Praha 5;  Chirurgická klinika, LF MU a FN Brno 6;  Chirurgická a cévní ambulance, Brno-Šlapanice 7;  Ústav technologie léků, Veterinární a farmaceutická univerzita, Brno 8;  Ústav humánní farmakologie a toxikologie, Veterinární a farmaceutická univerzita, Brno 9
Published in: Hojení ran 7, č. 2: 14-20, 2013
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Overview

Cellulosic materials or its derivates offers a lot of valuable properties for wound healing. The carboxylated celluloses are represented, esp. by carboxymethylated cellulose and oxidized cellulose. Hcel HT (carboxymethylated cellulose) is a novel type of cellulosic dressing with an acidic surface pH.

Key words:
wound healing, cellulosic materials, carboxymethylcellulose, oxidized cellulose


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