Second-Degree Burn Care with a Lactic Acid Based Biodegradable Skin Substitute in 229 Pediatric and Adult Patients


Antiseptic therapy with a polylacticacid–acetic acid matrix in burns

Suprathel-Antiseptic Matrix: In Vitro Model for Local Antiseptic Treatment?

Suprathel-Acetic-Acid-Matrix Versus Acticoat and Aquacel As an Antiseptic Dressing

Feasibility and Suitability of a Polylactic, Trimethylen-carbonat and e-Caprolacton Copolymer as a carrier substance for different antiseptic agents in burns


Angiogenic response to degradable lacto-capromer terpolymer dermis substitutes

Accelerated angiogenic induction and vascular integration in a novel synthetic scaffolding matrix for tissue replacement

Intravital monitoring of microcirculatory and angiogenic response to lactocapromer terpolymer matrix in a wound model

Paediatric use

Use of a copolymer dressing on superficial and partial-thickness burns in a paediatric population

Results from Application to an absorbable synthetic membrane to superficial and deep second degree wounds

The Use of Caprolactone Dressing in Pediatric Burns A Gold Standard?

Pain reduction

Treatment of Second Degree Burns with Lactic Acid Skin Substitute in the Outpatient Setting

An evaluation of patients that failed outpatient management but rescued by the use of synthetic Lactic Acid Polymer

Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN)

Use of Suprathel as a complete epidermal substitute in a boy with extensive toxic epidermal necrolysis

Three years experience in Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis treatment

Comparison of Suprathel and allograft skin in the treatment of a severe case of toxic epidermal necrolysis

Use of Skin Substitute Dressings in the Treatment of Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome in Neonates and Young Infants

Use of Suprathel Dressing in a Young Infant with TEN

An innovative local treatment for staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

Use of SUPRATHEL® in two paediatric patients with Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN)

Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)

Suprathel-assisted surgical treatment of the hand in a dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa patient


Treatment of Frostbite: Effectiveness of Suprathel Application