Clinical Data


Flowable Dermal Matrix

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Formulated collagen gel “…causes a large and rapid time-dependent effect on tissue growth rates.” A single application “increases the healing rate of neuropathic DFUs...”, and more frequent applications “…hold promise to significantly improve overall incidence of complete wound closure.
— Blume P, et al. Wound Repair Regen. 2011 May-Jun;19(3):302-8.
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Pressure Ulcer Case Study in Long-Term Care Patients

Excellagen with Debridement Promotes Wound Granulation
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Three patients with wounds of at least 18 months to 3 years duration, and well-documented prior therapies (including NPWT) were studied. All three patients responded favorably to a treatment regimen of weekly debridement (if needed) and weekly application of type I formulated collagen gel”… “Two of the three patients achieved complete wound closure in 4-5 weeks. The third patient, with the largest wound (78 cm3…) achieved 100% granulation and a 59% reduction in wound volume after 6 weeks”…. Study nurses reported that “…weekly use of type I formulated collagen gel required less time and was more compatible with their busy schedules than standard care of daily (or multiple times daily) dressing changes.
— Ostomy Wound Manage. 2013;59(11):43–49.

Pressure Ulcers: ≥18 Months Duration

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