Anscare supplies various wound dressings that provide balanced moisture environment on wound bed.
Comparison of Negative Pressure Wound Therapies
Patients can rent or purchase the traditional powered NPWT device from hospitals and need to stay in the hospital during treatment.
The secrets behind effective bleeding control – ChitoClot series and its applications
Hemostasis is the first step in wound management for severe bleeding. Methods for rapid and effective bleeding control are undoubtedly essential in hemorrhage management.
Care after cardiac catheterization
Cardiac catheterization is invasive. A cardiologist inserts a small tube that is about 100-150 cm in length (as thin as an atomic pen) into the femoral artery through the wrist or the iliac crest.
The Only Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) System to Receive the National Innovation Award
The recipients of the “National Innovation Award” presented annually by the Research Center for Biotechnology and Medicine Policy (RBMP) have always been the focus of the industry since its inception.
Spotlight on SIMO and Partnerships for Applications of NPWT
Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) uses controlled negative pressure (vacuum) between the wound and the dressing to help promote healing. Suction from a device drains exudate and infectious substances from the wound bed into a collection canister or by allowing it to be absorbed directly into the dressing. It also pulls the wound edges closer, reducing the wound surface.