Radiotherapy-Induced Skin Reactions

Here you find case studies and posters for wound treatment of different radiotherapy-induced skin reactions.


A CLINICAL STUDY COMPARING A HYDROACTIVE COLLOID GEL WITH A DEXPANTHENOL CREAM FOR THE TREATMENT OF SKIN REACTIONS IN BREAST IRRADIATION

RADIODERMATITIS CASE 1

RADIODERMATITIS CASE 2

MANAGING SKIN REACTIONS IN RADIOTHERAPY PATIENTS – A PILOT STUDY

WOUNDS CAUSED BY RADIOTHERAPY

HYDROACTIVE COLLID GEL VS HISTORICAL CONTROLS

Study

Further Reading

 

Efficacy of a hydroactive colloid gel versus historical controls for the prevention of radiotherapy-induced moist desquamation in breast cancer patients

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Retrospective study of radiotherapy-induced skin reactions in breast cancer patients: Reduced incidence of moist desquamation with a hydroactive colloid gel versus dexpanthenol

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A novel treatment to delay the onset of radiotherapy-induced skin reaction

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