debridement

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Related to enzymatic debridement: mechanical debridement, Santyl, autolytic debridement
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surgical removal of foreign material and dead tissue from a wound in order to prevent infection and promote healing

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PANAFIL combines the enzymatic debridement activity of papain-urea with the pro-healing properties of its chlorophyllin copper complex.
5 million for its Panafil(R) line of enzymatic debridement agents, acquired the NeuroCare group of companies for $25.
Accuzyme(R) is an enzymatic debridement agent used to remove necrotic tissue of acute and chronic wounds, including diabetic ulcers, burns, and postoperative and infected wounds.
Panafil(R) is a healing and enzymatic debridement agent used to remove necrotic tissue and simultaneously to promote normal healing in acute and chronic wounds, including diabetic ulcers, burns, and postoperative and infected wounds.
Panafil(R), which Integra acquired in September 1998 with its acquisition of Rystan Company, is a healing and enzymatic debridement agent used to remove necrotic tissue and simultaneously to promote normal healing in acute and chronic wounds, including diabetic ulcers, burns, and postoperative and infected wounds.