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IDTechEx Research has published a report, “Advanced Wound Care Technologies 2020-2030”, explaining why the incidence of chronic wounds is set to rise in the next 10 years, and how devices and emerging technologies can address this upcoming challenge. Read more

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Engineers at Heriot-Watt University are developing a sensor that will help patients, doctors and nurses manage how wounds heal. Read more

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Emergency wound care and haemostatic agent specialist Celox Medical has appointed SP Services as the sole distributor for its range of products in the United Kingdom. Read more

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The wound care industry has received backing with a “Sector Deal” which backs it through support for the development and uptake of digital clinical decision-making tools. Read more

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A new technology, which will be featured in the November edition of US medical journal, “Wounds”, could have the potential to change the approach to woundcare, its developers claim. Read more

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Medtech company, Vancive Medical Technologies has announced that six of its advanced wound care materials will be available for private labelling by OEMs. Read more

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The ageing baby boomer population and rise in the incidence of chronic diseases has intensified focus on innovations in wound care for this difficult-to-heal patient population, according to Frost and Sullivan. Read more

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