banner

Free Radicals as an Antimicrobial
  • Effective at killing gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria as well as antibiotic resistant bacteria (at level of 99.9%)
    such as P. aeruginosa, P. aureus, E. coli, S. aureus, S. epidermidis, and MRSA
  • Acts as both biocidal and biostatic agent
  • Also effective against protozoa, yeast, mycobacteria, and viruses

Timing of Release
  • Ability to program and control free radical release, i.e., high level of initial release initially to eradicate bacteria,
    lower level for longer duration to prevent bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation

Flexibility of Technology
  • Tune level and duration of Free release
  • Can be sterilized with EtO
  • Does not require refrigeration
  • Can be coated on huge variety of devices
  • Can be used as base material to fabricate devices
  • Compatible with current polymers and pressure sensitive adhesives used in wound dressings
Home |  Who We Are |  Technology |  Contact Us
banner