Tackle the underlying issues that disrupt
the wound healing process.
You spend countless hours treating chronic wounds—diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers, pressure injuries. Called the “silent epidemic,” chronic wounds often result in infection, disability and sometimes amputation.1
Crafting the right treatment plan—one that addresses the individual needs of each wound and each patient—hinges on managing the underlying issues that can disrupt healing and increase healthcare costs:
Innovation in wound bed preparation and tissue regeneration brings new hope for these patients—and your team—in the form of more effective wound closure, improved quality of life and reduced costs.