Sanologics

Sano – Latin for heal, cure, make healthy, repair

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Biologics – A substance that is made from a living organism or its products and is used in the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of cancer and other diseases

Wound Care for Modern Times

Sanologics’ vision is to eliminate the chronic non-healing wound epidemic. Will you help us?

We need your help to achieve this massive vision! To achieve this vision requires modern perspective and modern solutions! That is what Sanologics offers you and your community.

The power of the amnion reengineered for modern wound healing

Successful Wound Closure
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8706466/

Shelf life of amniotic tissue graft
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Annual incremental payer burden
$ 9.1 Billion

Rice JB, et al. Diabetes Care. 2014; 37: 651-8.

Chronic, nonhealing wounds (CNHW) impact about 8.2 million Medicare beneficiaries. (1)

Medicare cost projections for all wounds ranged from $28.1 to $96.8 billion, including costs for infection management, among which surgical wounds and diabetic ulcers were the most expensive to treat. (1)

Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) (30.5%), for example, have a comparable 5-year mortality rate to cancer (31%)… (4)

The most common wounds are driven by metabolic disruptions (e.g., diabetes), vascular deficits (e.g., venous or arterial insufficiency), or mechanical impacts (e.g., persistent/ localized pressure)

In the United States, 3% of the population older than 65 years have open wounds. By the year 2060, the U.S. government estimates that the elderly population will be over 77 million, (12)

Despite advanced health care and pharmacotherapy techniques that are widely available, prevalence of foot ulcers (FU) has not changed in the past two decades.(45) Fourteen percent to 24% suffer from amputation.(46)Neuroischemic ulcers were particularly associated with limb amputations.(47)

Traditional wound care isn’t working. Chronic non-healing wounds (CNHW) are quickly becoming known as the “silent epidemic” with suffering individuals surpassing 6.5 million with  financial impact staggering into the Billions.  

Now is the time to move from traditional wound care treatments to modern wound care solutions!

Chronic, nonhealing wounds (CNHW) impact about 8.2 million Medicare beneficiaries.

Medicare cost projections for all wounds ranged from $28.1 to $96.8 billion, including costs for infection management, among which surgical wounds and diabetic ulcers were the most expensive to treat. 

Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) (30.5%), for example, have a comparable 5-year mortality rate to cancer (31%)… 

The most common wounds are driven by metabolic disruptions (e.g., diabetes), vascular deficits (e.g., venous or arterial insufficiency), or mechanical impacts (e.g., persistent/localized pressure)

In the United States, 3% of the population older than 65 years have open wounds. By the year 2060, the U.S. government estimates that the elderly population will be over 77 million,12 

Despite advanced health care and pharmacotherapy techniques that are widely available, prevalence of foot ulcers (FU) has not changed in the past two decades. Fourteen percent to 24% suffer from amputation. Neuroischemic ulcers were particularly associated with limb amputations.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8024242/

Why Amniotic Tissue Grafts?

Modern wound care requires modern solutions utilizing the best opportunity in healing

Practice Incorporation?

  • Application to any of your chronic care patients who have non-healing wounds (over 30 days not healed with "conventional" therapy)
  • Expand your practice into Home Health and Assisted Living Facilities that constantly battle with chronic wounds
  • Reimbursement Opportunity?

    Treating wounds is reimbursable for:

  • Office visit
  • Evaluation
  • Documentation
  • Application of the Skin Substitute
  • Actual tissue graft itself
  • Potential Benefits?

  • Improved patient care and outcomes
  • Substantial revenue potential for your practice
  • No 'Up Front' Capital investment is required
  • Extensive back office logistical and billing support
  • IVR (Insurance Verification Request) and submission of claims by an independent third-party billing company
  • Utilizing amniotic skin grafts for successful closure of non-healing chronic wounds.

    Amniotic Membrane Allograft for “Modern” Wound Care

    Amniotic membranes are procured through voluntary donation from scheduled cesarean procedures of full-term, live births. 

    Amniotic tissue grafts are multi layers of amnion that offers the flexibility of placing either side toward the wound, adheres naturally to the patient’s tissue without sutures or other fixation, and is stored at room temperature with a 5-year shelf-life.

    Unboxed amniotic graft with Pick-Ups
    Venous Leg Ulcer with amniotic tissue graft
    Diabetic Foot Ulcer with amniotic tissue graft

    About Amniotic Tissue Grafts

    Non-Oriented

    Dual layer amnion that offers the flexibility of placement

    Optimal Handling

    Easily controlled during application due to dual layer technology and 60 micron thickness

    Natural Adherence

    Adheres naturally to the patient’s tissue without the need for sutures or other fixation

    Restorigin™ Dual Layer Amnion Membrane

    Versatility and Ease-of-Use

    Convenient Storage

    Delivered and stored at room temperature with a 5-year shelf life

    No Extra Preparation

    Requires no up front preparation or hydration

    Dual Layer Technology

    Provides orientation placement flexibility

    Multiple Varied Sizes

    Available in a variety of sizes to accommodate physician preferences

    Safety and Processing

    Gentle Processing

    Minimally manipulated and processed using gentle detergents and water rinses

    Gentle Sterility

    Terminally sterilized with electron beam which has shorter exposure times and produces less free radicals, resulting in less deterioration to tissue structures

    Connect With Us

    Learn more about how to implement “Wound Care for Modern Times” into your practice. We’ll send you a link to a 20-minute video along with white papers and case studies.  Complete turn-key “wound care in a box” program that you can implement and launch within one week, in most cases.

    Closure!