The purpose of this retrospective registry data analysis was to explore the effectiveness of a novel multivalent topical ointment (Terrasil Infection Control Wound Care Ointment; Aspiera Medical, Woonsocket, Rhode Island), containing a patented mineral complex and 0.2% benzethonium chloride in the treatment of nonhealing acute and chronic wounds. Aspiera Medical designed a registry to capture physician experiences and treatment results with Terrasil Infection Control Wound Care Ointment. Physicians were asked to enter deidentified patient data into an online registry. Wound clinics in the United States were asked to participate in the registry. Physicians at 4 wound clinics treated 30 patients (26 of whom completed the treatment) with various chronic wounds that had persisted for an average of 6 months and entered treatment data into the registry.
Serena, Connell, McConnell, Patel, Doner, Sabo, Miller, Serena, (2016). Novel Multivalent Wound-Healing Ointment Provides Bioburden Control and Moisture Management: A Retrospective Registry Data Analysis. Advances in skin & wound care, 2016 Oct;29(10):461-8. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27632443