R&D-Pipeline

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

Clinical studies

A number of clinical studies with epicitehydro for the treatment of burns or skin graft donor sites are currently in the field in a few countries with promising results for epicitehydro.

Investigator Burn grade Patients Age Study title Reference
Nietzschmann & Siemers 2a/b 80 >2 y Behandlung von 2a-b gradigen Verbrennungen des Gesichtes mit einer cellulosebasierten Wundauflage (epicitehydro)-Ergebnisse nach 2 Jahren link
Duis et al. 2a/b 92 1-16 y Epicitehydro in der Therapie thermischer Verletzungen bei Kindern - ein neuer Standard of Care? link
Cattelaens et al. 2a/b 56 2-14 y The Impact of a Nanocellulose-Based Wound Dressing in the Management of Thermal Injuries in Children: Results of a Retrospective Evaluation link
Meyer-Marcotty 2a/b 10 1-39 y Die Behandlung von Verbrennungsverletzungen mit BNC (bacterial nanocellulose) Epicite. Erste Klinische Erfahrungen mit einem neuartigen Produkt link
Resch & Radtke       Epicitehydro zur konservativen Wundbehandlung bei Kindern mit II°igen Verbrennungen link
Ferreyra 2a/b 50 1-35 y Epicitehydro, first dressing to the wound bed preparation in full thickness burns link
Casas Beltran 2a/b 87 2-81 y Nanocellulose for burns: epicitehydro link
Ferreyra 3 17 7-17 y Epicitehydro, first dressing to the wound bed preparation in full thickness burns link
Ramos et al. 2a/b 20 1-60 y Evaluation of cicatrization in second grade burn areas with the use of xenograft compared to synthetic cellulose skin substitute link