Category Archive: Infection

Doxycycline Redux: Brilliant system delivers doxycycline deep into the wound bed.

April 10, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TSXV: DVA DELIVRA POWERS DIABETIC WOUND HEALING March 29, 2016 – Toronto, Ontario – Delivra Corp. (“Delivra” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its success in facilitating a new treatment modality for diabetic wound healing. Diabetic wound healing is a very large, and historically very challenging, market. Almost one in ten adults in the world are diabetic or pre-diabetic1. In the United States alone, there are almost 30 million diabetics2, and over 85 million people with…

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Can The Combination Of Serial Irrigation And Debridement With Antibiotic Beads Have An Impact For Severe DFIs? | Podiatry Today

April 7, 2016

of Source: Can The Combination Of Serial Irrigation And Debridement With Antibiotic Beads Have An Impact For Severe DFIs? | Podiatry Today

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Health Canada Approval for MolecuLight i:X Marks Significant Clinical Advancement in Wound Care Diagnosis |

November 12, 2015

Authorization to sell the MolecuLight i:X fluorescence imaging device across Canada has been granted to MolecuLight Inc., representing a major clinical adv Source: Health Canada Approval for MolecuLight i:X Marks Significant Clinical Advancement in Wound Care Diagnosis |

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‘Inadequate patient assessment’: Canadian doctors missing glaring signs of sepsis | National Post

July 7, 2015

Between 2009 and 2013, doctors were accused of malpractice in 327 cases involving sepsis Source: ‘Inadequate patient assessment’: Canadian doctors missing glaring signs of sepsis | National Post

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Pathogen Killing Light Fixture Kills Bugs on Surfaces and in Air

July 1, 2015

A pathogen-killing light fixture developed at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland has now been made into a product and is being introduced i Source: Pathogen Killing Light Fixture Kills Bugs on Surfaces and in Air

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WiFi: Tuning in to diabetic wound healing via the brilliant Dr. Joe Mills

April 17, 2015

BECOME A MEMBER NEWSLETTER FacebookYoutubeTwitter       Arterial Disease Venous Disease Lymphatic Disease Thrombosis Uniquely Vascular Medicine Vascular Laboratory Vascular Intervention     FACTORS AFFECTING LEG AMPUTATION IN CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA Published September 12, 2014 | By Staff Writer     Arterial Disease   Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on pinterest_shareMore Sharing Services3   Severe peripheral artery disease can present with rest pain or ulcerations or even gangrene. This is known as critical limb ischemia. Critical limb ischemia is most…

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