InterDry® simultaneously targets all four causes of Intertrigo

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1. Sibbald RG, Kelley J, Kennedy-Evans KL, Labrecque C, Waters N. A practical approach to the prevention and management of intertrigo, or moisture-associated skin damage, due to perspiration: expert consensus on best practice. Wound Care Canada – supplement. 2013;11(2):1-21. Accessible at

2. Brown J, Wimpenny P, Maughan H. Skin problems in people with obesity. Nurs. Stand. 2004;18(35):38-42.

3. Janniger CK, Schwartz RA, Szepietowski JC, Reich A. Intertrigo and common secondary skin infections. Am Fam Physician. 2005;72(5):833-838.

4. O’Dell ML. Skin and wound infections: an overview. Am Fam Physician. 1998;57(10):2424-2432.

5. Haberer P. When ITD hits home: best practice tips for using a moisture-wicking fabric with silver for intertriginous dermatitis. 7th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Southeast Region of the WOCN society. September, 2015.

6. Vorbeck, E. Evaluation of a skin fold management textile with antimicrobial silver complex in a variety of case studies. Mayo Health System, Minnesota.

7. Kennedy-Evans KL, Viggiano B, Henn T, Smith D. Multi-site feasibility study using a new textile with silver for management of skin conditions located in skin folds. Poster presented at: 20th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care; April 28 – May 1, 2007; Tampa, FL and 39th WOCN® Society Annual Conference; June 9-13, 2007; Salt Lake City, UT.

8. Vorbeck, E. Evaluation of a skin fold management textile with antimicrobial silver complex in a variety of case studies. Mayo Health System, Minnesota.

9. Maus E, Baylor D, Benavides S, Kinder L, Fife C, Guilliod R, Hawkins T, Robles M, Smith L, Virtute G. A case series using a polyurethane coated polyester textile impregnated with an antimicrobial silver complex for the management of maceration, odor and redness is skin folds. The experience from a wound healing and lymphedema management clinic. Hermann Center for Wound Healing and Lymphedema Management, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas.

10. Hill R. Treating complications associated with skin folds in a bariatric patient. Vancouver Coastal Health, Lions Gate Hospital, British Columbia, CA.

11. Freyberg J, Netsch D, Tessling J. Moisture management challenges for the WOC nurse. Presented at the 39th WOCN® Society Annual Conference, June 2007. Presented at the 22nd Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care, October 2007.

12. Product Evaluation InterDry Canada 2w016. Doc. No. VV-020577, Version 1.0.

13. Metin A, Dilek N, Bilgili SG. Recurrent candidial intertrigo: challenges and solutions. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2018;11:175-85.

14. Tessling J, Freyberg J, Netsch D. Moisture management challenges to the WOC nurse. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs Supplement. 2007;34(3S):S54.

15. Honig PJ, Frieden IJ, Kim HJ, Yan AC. Streptococcal intertrigo: an underrecognized condition in children. Pediatrics. 2003;112(6 Pt 1):1427 -1429.

16. Loomis, M, US Incidence and Prevalence of Skin Fold Complications, Coloplast Corp, Internal Analysis, Data on File. January 2017