Medical Device Technology--Technology Innovations in Wound Care

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This issue of Medical Device Technology features some recent innovations in wound care market, to achieve improved healing and better quality of life for the patients. New technologies are required to address challenges in the wound healing industry. This issue is focused on innovations based on emerging technologies such as 3D printing, nanotechnology, sensors, and biomaterial technology.

Keywords: Wound care, wound healing, 3D printing, skin graft, tissue regeneration, collagen, hydrogel, biofilm, hypochlorous solution, sensors, nanotechnology

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Medical Device Technology--Technology Innovations in Wound CareInnovations in Wound CareNovel Skin Grafts Using 3D Printing TechnologyPatent ScenarioCollagen-based Technology for Tissue RegenerationPatent ScenarioFlexible Hydrogel-based Smart ‘Band-Aid’Patent ScenarioBiofilm Disruption through Superoxide Spray SolutionPatent ScenarioIndustry Contacts




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