What are the differences between oxidised regenerated cellulose (ORC) and oxidised cellulose (OC)?
Oxidised cellulose is produced through the selective oxidisation of high-quality cotton – a pure natural material obtained from the cotton plant. The natural origin of the cellulose cotton fibres remains recognisable – the material is only cleaned prior to further processing.
ORC is generally obtained by chemical modification of cellulose contained in woody plants.
Does Okcel® have antimicrobial properties?
The bactericidal and bacteriostatic properties of Okcel® are a secondary positive effect that the use of our products brings to topical haemostasis. The lower pH levels inhibit the growth and multiplication of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria, including both aerobic and anaerobic strains. However, Okcel® is not a substitute for any therapeutic or prophylactic therapy that uses antimicrobial drugs to treat and prevent postoperative infections.
I would like to be an OKCEL distributor. What are the conditions?
Our sales strategy is based on long-term business relationships. In order to initiate cooperation with our company, please use the Contact Form - provide us with some basic information about your company and the required registration data. We will check your demand and our sales division will contact you.
Is it possible to write a thesis for my bachelor’s or master’s degree on the topic of Oxycellulose in cooperation with Synthesia?
Yes. Propose a topic and the concept for your thesis. We welcome this type of cooperation. Write to us at anytime using the Contact Form. We will get back to you!