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Rice JB, et al. Diabetes Care. 2014; 37: 651-8.
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)
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!
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
Modern wound care requires modern solutions utilizing the best opportunity in healing
Utilizing amniotic skin grafts for successful closure of non-healing chronic wounds.
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.
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