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1. Sipponen A. Coniferous resin salve, ancient and effective treatment for chronic wounds - laboratory and clinical studies. Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Helsinki, University Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland 2013.  Lees online

2. Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ, Sipponen P, Papp A, Sarna S, Lohi J. Beneficial effect of resin salve in treatment of severe pressure ulcers: a prospective, randomized and controlled multi-center trial. British Journal of Dermatology 2008; 158:1055-62.  Lees online

3. Sipponen A, Kuokkanen O, Tiihonen R, Kauppinen H, Jokinen JJ. Natural coniferous resin salve used to treat complicated surgical wounds: pilot clinical trial on healing and costs. International Journal of Dermatology 2012; 51:726-32.  Lees online

4. Comparison of Resin Salve And Medical Honey In Wound Care In Vascular Surgery Patients – A Prospective, Randomized And Controlled Clinical Trial: NCT01868412. Kuopio University Hospital, Finland, Department of Vascular Surgery – to be published  Lees online

5. Comparison of Resin Salve And Octenidine In Patients With Neuropathic Diabetic Foot Ulcers – A Prospective, Randomized And Controlled Clinical Trial: NCT02169167. Gdańsk University Hospital, Poland Diabetic Foot Clinic, Regional Diabetic Centre  Lees online

6. Rautio M, Sipponen A, Peltola R, Lohi J, Jokinen JJ, Papp A, Carlson P, Sipponen P. Antibacterial effects of home-made resin salve from Norway spruce (Picea abies). APMIS 2007; 115:335-40. Lees online

7. Sipponen A, Laitinen K. Antimicrobial properties of natural coniferous rosin in the European Pharmacopoeia challenge test. APMIS 2011; 119:720-4. Lees online

8. Sipponen A, Peltola R, Jokinen JJ, Laitinen K, Lohi J, Rautio M, Männistö M, Sipponen P, Lounatmaa K. Effects of Norway spruce (Picea abies) resin on cell wall and cell membrane of Staphylococcus aureus. Ultrastructural Pathology 2009; 33:128-35. Lees online

9. Sipponen A, Rautio M, Jokinen JJ, Laakso T, Saranpää P, Lohi J. Resin salve from Norway spruce – a potential method to treat infected chronic skin ulcers? Drug Metabolism Letters 2007; 1:143-5.Lees online

10. Lohi J, Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ. Local dressings for pressure ulcers: what is the best tool to apply in primary and second care? Journal of Wound Care 2010; 19:123-7. Lees online

11. Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ, Lohi J. Resin salve from the Norwegian spruce tree: a 'novel' method for the treatment of chronic wounds. Journal of Woundcare 2007; 16:72-4.

12. Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ, Lohi J, Sipponen P. Efficiency of resin salve from Norway spruce in treatment of pressure ulcers and chronic surgical and traumatic wounds. The 19th Conference of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA), 20-22.5. 2009, Helsinki, Finland

13. Jokinen JJ, Sipponen A. Refined spruce resin to treat chronic wounds: rebirth of an old folkloristic therapy. Advances in Wound Care 01/2014; DOI: 10.1089/wound.2013.0492 Lees online