MoistureMeterEpiD in scientific articles
Below is a list of references for the scientific studies related to the MoistureMeterEpiD.
Lichterfeld-Kottner, Andrea et al. 2021. “Effects of Loading and Prophylactic Dressings on the Sacral and Heel Skin: An Exploratory Cross-over Trial.”
International Wound Journal 18(6): 909–22.
August, Suzannah et al. 2021. “A Clinical Investigation of the Performance and Safety of Epaderm®, an Emollient Cream.”
Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 14: 909–20.
Messaraa, Cyril et al. 2020. “Perceived Age and Perceived Health among a Chinese Cohort: Does It Mean the Same Thing?”
International Journal of Cosmetic Science 42(5): 471–81.
Messaraa, Cyril et al. 2020. “Clinical Evidences of Benefits from an Advanced Skin Care Routine in Comparison with a Simple Routine.”
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 19(8): 1993–99.
Wu, Yan et al. 2020. “A Randomized Study Showing Improved Skin Quality and Aesthetic Appearance of Dorsal Hands after Hyaluronic Acid Gel Treatment in a Chinese Population.”
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 19(7): 1627–35.
Ferrillo, Maria et al. 2019. “Instrumental, Clinical and Subjective Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Cosmetic Treatment for Home Use.”
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy 21(4): 190–95.
Mayrovitz, Harvey N. 2019. “Assessing Lower Extremity Lymphedema Using Upper and Lower Extremity Tissue Dielectric Constant Ratios: Method and Normal Reference Values.”
Lymphatic Research and Biology 17(4): 457–64.
Mayrovitz, Harvey N. et al. 2018. “Characterizing the Tissue Dielectric Constant of Skin Basal Cell Cancer Lesions.”
Skin Research and Technology 24(4): 686–91.
Tomova-Simitchieva, Tsenka et al. 2018. “Comparing the Effects of 3 Different Pressure Ulcer Prevention Support Surfaces on the Structure and Function of Heel and Sacral Skin: An Exploratory Cross-over Trial.”
International Wound Journal 15(3): 429–37.
Mayrovitz, Harvey N. et al. 2017. “Skin Indentation Firmness and Tissue Dielectric Constant Assessed in Face, Neck, and Arm Skin of Young Healthy Women.”
Skin Research and Technology 23(1): 112–20.