Posts filed under: Wound and Tissue Management

Biofilms are clusters of bacteria that, when present in chronic wounds, are linked to delayed healing, and are resistant to antimicrobial treatments....
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Gecko Biomedical (“Gecko”), a medical device company developing innovative polymers to support tissue reconstruction, announced today that it has received CE Mark approval for its SETALUM™ Sealant allowing the company to market its technology in Europe....
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Under the terms of the distribution agreement, Terumo Corporation (a leading provider of high quality, innovative medical devices), will have the exclusive rights to market Sylys in Japan....
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Linking SANUWAVE's dermaPACE® wound treatment device with eKare's inSight® 3D wound imaging and analytics system, the two companies will strive to produce the industry's most comprehensive wound management solution....
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STRATAFIX™ and DERMABOND® advanced wound closure products are available in one convenient kit through DePuy Synthes...
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Gawley Plastic Surgery and MD Skin Lounge are excited to offer this new treatment, which offers patients who are experiencing early signs of aging and do not wish to undergo invasive surgery an additional option....
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Ethicon is releasing two new knotless suture devices for open and minimally invasive surgical applications. The STRATAFIX Spiral PDS Plus is intended for fat, deep tissue and organ work, while the STRATAFIX Spiral Monocryl Plus is targeted at skin and...
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The combined market for external wound and internal tissue management products in the U.S. is valued at almost $8.1 billion; this market is expected to increase, reaching almost $11 billion by 2022....
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The China, India and Japan market for hemostats is divided into two categories: passive and active; this market will continue to witness nearly double-digit growth by 2022....
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The Japanese market for wound closure is experiencing rapid growth driven by endoscopic staplers; this market includes sutures, surgical staplers, ligation, skin closure strips and topical skin adhesives....
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