Why Choose Simini

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Broad Spectrum Activity

Simini Protect Gel  
Suspension Time Kill Testing (2 minutes)
Planktonic Efficacy 

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Destroys Biofilms

Comparative In-Vitro Study of Simini-Protect Gel, Thermazene (silver treatment), Doxycycline  and Triclosan in the presence of biofilm.   Higher CFU (graph above) represents greater bacteria kill. 

The "Best Line Of Defense"

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Saline: Current Standard of Care

A rinsing agent used prior to surgical closure.


No anti-microbial activity.

No impact on biofilms or sessile bacteria.

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Simini Protect Lavage vs. Saline

Murine Surgical Wound Model


Bacteria Removal from surgical wound - S. Aureus
(50 CFU Inoculum, 40-60 minute growth)
Texas Tech University

NEW Post-Surgical Protection

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Protect Wound When Most Susceptible to Infection

Laboratory In-Vitro Results
Testing confirmed bacteria are unable to migrate through or proliferate in the presence of Simini-Protect Gel.

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Non-Antibiotic Product

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No Known Resistance

Simini's physical mechanism of action is through bacterial cell lysis (breakdown of bacterial cell membranes).  There is no known resistance to this mechanism.

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Aligned With Global Initiatives to Reduce Antibiotics

Doing our part in reducing antibiotic use and the growth of resistant infections. 

The Science Behind Simini

Inventor's Novel Approach to Surgical Infection Yields Next Generation Products

How Simini Products Improve SSI Prevention