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  2. Ochs D, Uberti G, et al. Evaluation of mechanisms of action of a hydroconductive wound dressing (Drawtex) in chronic wounds. Wounds. 2012;24(9) (Suppl):6-8.
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  4. Tarnuzzer RW, Schultz GS. Biochemical analysis of acute and chronic wound environments. Wound Rep Regen. 1996;4:321-325.
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  6. Wendelken M, Lichtenstein P, et al. Detoxification of venous ulcers with a novel hydroconductive wound dressing that absorbs and transports chronic wound fluid away from the wound. Wounds. 2012;24(9) (Suppl):11-13.

Beier's flagship technology, Drawtex, is the first hydroconductive wound dressing that features exclusive LevaFiber Technology, aiding effective wound bed preparation without damaging newly formed tissue.1-4