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Clinical efficacy in preventing and treating radiation dermatitis
After a number of successful clinical studies, StrataXRT has proven to be suitable in managing radiation dermatitis. Furthermore it is easy to use for health care professionals and patients alike.
Radiation induced skin reactions: is StrataXRT more effective in the prevention and management of Radiation induced skin reactions (RISR) than standard care?
Ford C. (2017)
Mid North Coast Cancer Institute (MNCCI) & Mid North Coast LHD, Coffs Harbour NSW
“easy to apply in the early stages of treatment”
“Cost analysis showed a saving for the MNCCI budget in the areas of nursing hours performing wound care and supply of materials to patients”
“ease of use for staff and patients”
Does the use of StrataXRT prevent moist desquamation in NMSC patients treated with superficial radiation therapy in the head & neck area?
Smee R., Bissell N., Malcolm N. (2015)
World Congress on Larynx cancer
“using this silicone gel for the prevention and treatment of radiation dermatitis, showed low reactionary scores with minimal radiation dermatitis compared to our observed standard. RTOG 3 was completely prevented in the StrataXRT group.”