Nasal Decolonisation

Influenza (epidemics/pandemics)

Host Defence Peptides


Completed trials

Posters and publications


Nasal Decolonisation

Several studies have shown that nasal decolonisation is effective in reducing the risk of post surgical infections caused by Staph. Aureus from the patient nose. *

These infections can lead to severe long-life morbidity and can be life threatening.

Current treatment has several weaknesses – driven by fixed treatment pre-surgery (1 week) and association with bacterial resistance. Thereby todays Standard of Care is not suitable for sub acute or acute surgery conditions.

There is a high unmet need for fast acting drug, which has low propensity for resistance development.