November 13 |
12:30pm - 3:00pm
Santa Clara Convention Center
Critical business intelligence covering forecasts, players, case studies, opportunities, technology and market assessment.
Designed for those interested in emerging technologies within the advanced wound care field this session focuses on interactive wound care dressings, biologically active wound care dressings and wound care therapy devices. Interactive wound care dressings are defined as dressings that interact with the wound bed to provide optimum environment at the wound dressing interface. They are inclusive of: foams, anti-microbial dressings, hydrogels, hydro-fibers, hydrocolloids, and film dressing. Biologically active wound care dressings are defined as biologically active material and skin substitutes are used which can be used to protect the wound from fluid loss and infection and products that are being used as wound implants, to help replace extracellular matrix molecules or to deliver various growth factors that prepare the wound bed for permanent skin coverage. Wound therapy devices are medical devices that are used to help in wound care. They are inclusive of negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) (Conventional & Disposable), hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), ultrasonic wound healing devices and electrical stimulation devices.
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