Studying Chronic Wounds.
For the past 15 years we studied different types of wounds that take from months to years to heal, or are never cured.
- diabetic foot
- pressure ulcers
- venous ulcers
- arterial ulcers
The majority of chronic wounds contain biofilm, a community of bacteria that secrete a slime to protect themselves from the outside environment. This makes them resistant to antiseptics and antibiotics.
Eliminating biofilm is a key part of a successful protocol of care.
Inventing a solution.
We tested different prototypes and finally developed and perfected a gel that eliminates biofilm, successfully healing chronic wounds for the first time in history.
Our gel allows the patient to apply the treatment without recurring to a healthcare facility and covers the three main therapeutical requirements, working as:
A promising future for chronic wounds patients.
To this day, in our exploratory clinical trials, we have treated a total of 54 patients with ulcers that were refractory to conventional treatments and that had been open for 7 months to 3 years.
Within 60 to 95 days, we achieved 100% healing in all of the cases. Our invention is now ready to heal the world.