Why Choose Simini

Broad Spectrum Activity

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

Destroys Biofilms

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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"

Saline: Current Standard

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A rinsing agent used prior to surgical closure.

No anti-microbial activity.

No impact on biofilms or sessile bacteria.

Simini Protect Lavage vs. Saline

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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

Protect Wound When Most Susceptible to Infection

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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

No Known Resistance

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

Aligned With Global Initiatives to Reduce Antibiotics

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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

Sterile - Ready For Use

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Simini Lavage and Gel

Pre-packaged sterile peel packs save time and avoid extra handling steps that potentially can introduce sources of infection. 

How Simini Products Improve SSI Prevention