KerraContact™ Ag with Oxysalt Technology
KerraContact Ag is a ground-breaking, patented silver wound dressing that's fast and powerful at killing bacteria, superior at destroying biofilms and prevents reformation through its unique mode of action.
FAST & POWERFUL
KerraContact Ag with Oxysalt Technology is the only wound dressing to contain silver in its most active state – making it fast and more effective at killing bacteria than the leading competitor.
Its unique mode of action kills 99.99% of bacteria and breaks down biofilms in just 30 minutes, reducing the signs and symptoms of infection in just 7 days.
KerraContact Ag also has superior anti-biofilm action, quickly destroying biofilms and preventing reformation in just 24 hours.
KerraContact™ Ag with Oxysalt Technology has a unique mode of action, which means it kills bacteria fast and breaks down biofilms faster than the leading competitor, promoting wound healing and reducing inflammation.
We’re confident you’ll see a dramatic reduction in the signs and symptoms of infection in just 7 days. Find out for yourself with 1 week’s FREE trial.
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Next generation antimicrobials — How new AG Oxysalts technology can help reduce antimicrobial resistance
Symposium presentation chaired by Keith Harding filmed at the Wounds UK Conference, Harrogate 2017.
A new innovation in treating infected wounds and disrupting biofilms
Symposium presentation chaired by Richard White at the Wounds UK conference, Harrogate 2015.
- Thomason, H et al. (2014) Higher Oxidation states of silver promote wound healing poster presentation SAWC 2014
- Miller et al. (2013) Antimicrobial silver in medical devices: composition and efficacy, poster presentation SAWC 2013
- Thomason, H et al. (2018) Silver oxysalts promote cutaneous wound healing independent of infection Wound Repair and regeneration
- Data on File – Log reduction testing comparison
- Data on File – Final Report Crawford 005