It all started with Murphy’s law

Serendipity can be said to be at play when researchers, looking for a solution to a problem, unintentionally uncover the answer to something else. This is exactly what happened in Tromsø, a town far north in Norway, in 1987. Jan Raa is a Norwegian microbiologist that worked as a professor at the University of Tromsø … Continue reading ›

How to boost the patient’s own ability to heal wounds

There are generally 3 overall factors influencing the outcome of wound healing: The Health care professional’s expertise & service provided The treatment plan & therapy provided The patient health When it comes to the actual closing of a wound, this is performed by the patient’s own repair function and immune system. Many associates growing old … Continue reading ›