HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
Finally, There Is A Way To Heal Chronic Wounds
The challenging and ever-changing field of wound care has a powerful, new tool in its healing arsenal--HealPrecisely's revolutionary wound care therapy.
By harvesting and preserving amniotic fluid membranes from donor mothers after their children’s births, what was typically thought of as medical waste is now giving new life to chronic wound patients. Heal Precisely’s wound treatment therapy utilizes amniotic fluid allografts to speed healing and relief to even those patients who have been battling chronic wounds for decades.
The science behind our proven therapy.
Better yet, patients often start to see real, measurable results in as little as four weeks
Led By Experts
Harnessing the healing power of growth factors.
In a chronic wound, the cascade of wound healing becomes stalled in the inflammatory stage. This decreases growth factor production and creates an imbalance in enzymes, favoring degradative versus protective enzymes, which leads to breakdown of the extracellular matrix. Amniotic fluid has been compared with synovial fluid, containing hyalunonan, lubricant, cholesterol, and cytokines.
HealPrecisely jump-starts the stalled healing process.
One NIH study concluded: “Amniotic membrane graft can be an ideal choice instead of tissue-engineered skin equivalents to be used in wound healing. In addition to being an excellent scaffold, it has unique biological properties that are important for tissue repair, including anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifibrosis, anti-scarring, as well as a reasonable cost and low immunogenicity. Furthermore, presence of its own progenitor cells help in tissue repair.” To read the study and its results, visit here.
Chronic wounds are also made even more difficult to treat due to comorbidities.
Chances are good that your chronic wound patients also face challenges from diabetes, diabetic neuropathy, infection, a compromised immune system, peripheral vascular disease, paraplegia or quadriplegia, aging, poor nutrition, dementia or Alzheimer’s, emotional disorders or depression, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Many might be suffering from a combination of these comorbidities. Healing a chronic wound can elevate their quality of life considerably.