QRSKIN's wound dressings help severly damaged skin to achieve fast tissue regeneration and become functional again.

Clinical studies with Bioskinco's wound dressing epifast®

Prior to its approval in Mexico in 1999, wound dressing epifast® was tested for the treatment of deep dermal and full thickness burn patients. Several controlled prospective studies showed that wound care dressing epifast® promoted more rapid tissue regeneration and epithelialisation of deep dermal burns and split thickness skin graft donor site wounds and reduced pain, resulting in an improved outcome for patients and a reduction in treatment time 5, 6, 16, 17.

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Patel TK, Barvaliya MJ, Sharma D, Tripathi C. A systematic review of the drug-induced Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis in Indian population. Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology. 2013;79(3):389-98.
Arambula H, Sierra-Martinez E, Gonzalez-Aguirre NE, Rodriguez-Perez A, Juarez-Aguilar E, Marsch-Moreno M, et al. Frozen human epidermal allogeneic cultures promote rapid healing of facial dermabrasion wounds. Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al]. 1999;25(9):708-12.
Nunez-Gutierrez H, Castro-Munozledo F, Kuri-Harcuch W. Combined use of allograft and autograft epidermal cultures in therapy of burns. Plastic and reconstructive surgery. 1996;98(6):929-39; discussion 40-1.