Simini Protect Gel Features

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Post-Surgery Protection

  • Non-antibiotic product with broad spectrum activity
  • No known resistance to its mechanism of action
  • Protect the wound for up to 72 hours post-surgery
  • Convenient size to be sent home with pet-owner
  • Daily application of Simini Protect Gel for a few days by pet-owner leads to increased wound monitoring 
  • Economical for use in low-cost procedures
  • Proven products from human health, now available for veterinary medicine
  • Good safety profile

Laboratory Studies

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Comparision of bacteria removal in the presence of biofilm.

Greater Bacteria Removal Compared to Current Veterinary Products

  • 72 Hour biofilm growth – Drip Flow Reactor
  • 24 Hour treatment 
  • Comparison of Simini Protect Gel, Microsyn (Vetericyn), Silvasorb (silver-based therapy)

Clinical Studies

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Human Clinical Study

  • 12-Week randomized clinical study of 36 patients with chronic wounds
  • Patients were daily administered either Simini Protect Gel or Neosporin (triple antibiotic neomycin sulfate, polymyxin B, and bacitracin)
  • The graph shows a comparison of wound closure among the two study arms
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Human Clinical Study

  • 4-Week randomized clinical study of 45 patients with chronic wounds
  • Patients were daily administered either Simini Protect Gel or customized antibiotic treatment (DNA derived antibiotic combination)
  • The DNA derived antibiotic combination is a gold standard therapy and has a cost of approximately $1700
  • % Success is defined as study subjects achieving 50% wound closure at 4-weeks.
  • The graph shows a comparison of wound closure among the two study arms