Using multidex in the treatment of ulcers
11/01/2021

As a sterile Maltodextrin Powder with 1% ascorbic acid, its natural properties bring topical nutrients to the wound, creating a natural environment for the body to heal itself. Multidex Gel is specially formulated by adding glycerin and water to Multidex Powder for use on dry wounds. Clinical findings show Multidex Gel has the same unique performance and characteristics as the powder and is easier to apply on difficult-toaccess areas of the body.


Using multidex in the treatment of ulcers
10/12/2021

As a sterile Maltodextrin Powder with 1% ascorbic acid, its natural properties bring topical nutrients to the wound, creating a natural environment for the body to heal itself. Multidex Gel is specially formulated by adding glycerin and water to Multidex Powder for use on dry wounds. Clinical findings show Multidex Gel has the same unique performance and characteristics as the powder and is easier to apply on difficult-toaccess areas of the body.


Why Is Maltodextrin Used In Skincare?
09/18/2022

Maltodextrin is a plant-based sugar that is used in cosmetics and skincare products as a moisturizer and hydrating ingredient. Maltodextrin is also used to improve the texture of formulations.  


 
Westmead study shows vitamin C prevents ulcer-related amputations
09/18/2022

A new study from Westmead Hospital shows that vitamin C can help heal chronic foot ulcers and prevent the need for amputation.


 
Maltodextrin/ ascorbic acid stimulates wound closure by increasing collagen turnover and TGF-β1 expression in vitro and changing the stage of inflammation from chronic to acute in vivo
02/12/2022

Maltodextrin represents a polysaccharide that has been characterized for wound healing applications. Maltodextrin is a D- glucose polysaccharide obtained by starch hydrolysis with an average molecular weight of 3 kDa that is composed of small quantities of glucose and maltose. In clinical studies, topical application of a maltodextrin/ ascorbic acid to wounds and ulcers has shown to form a protective cover that regulates exudate and the invasion of microorganisms. The moist wound environment established by maltodextrin promotes tissue granulation and with the ascorbic acid, the maltodextrin/ ascorbic acid low pH exhibits a bacteriostatic activity. 


Cost Effective Limb Preservation Protocol for DF Patients Indicated for a Limb Amputation in a Low Income Developing Country
11/01/2021
Study objectives
This study describes a cost effective limb preservation protocol for diabetic foot patients indicated for limb amputation in a low income developing country. The protocol uses Multidex® maltodextrin/ascorbic acid dressing (DeRoyal®, Tennessee, USA) as a primary dressing and gauze as a secondary dressing following  transmetatarsal amputation.
 
MULTIDEX® - maltodextrin wound dressing case study summary
11/01/2021
In a side-by-side clinical comparison, a more significant decrease in wound size was achieved in wounds treated with Multidex® wound dressings versus using wet-to-dry dressings.
MULTIDEX® - maltodextrin wound dressing case study summary
11/01/2021

In a side-by-side clinical comparison, a more significant decrease in wound size was achieved in wounds treated with Multidex® wound dressings versus using wet-to-dry dressings.

Chronic or non-healing wounds are some of the most difficult and expensive to treat, and may never heal. However, Multidex® dressing has been successfully treating hard-to-heal wounds for over 25 years. Beginning with Dr. Silvetti’s ground breaking research in the early 1980s, a more significant decrease in wound size was achieved in wounds treated with

Multidex® wound dressings versus using wet-to-dry dressings.** – Multidex® dressing time and time again has worked when other products and techniques have failed or stalled.


Cost Effective Limb Preservation Protocol for DF Patients Indicated for a Limb Amputation in a Low Income Developing Country
11/01/2021
This study describes a cost effective limb preservation protocol for diabetic foot patients indicated for limb amputation in a low income developing country. The protocol uses Multidex® maltodextrin/ascorbic acid dressing (DeRoyal®, Tennessee, USA) as a primary dressing and gauze as a secondary dressing following  transmetatarsal amputation.