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The Hard Choice

Selecting the appropriate dressing for stalled wounds based on mode of action Author: Keith Cutting, Clinical Research Consultant, Hertfordshire, UK.   Wound dressing selection is an imprecise procedure that can have considerable implications for patient wellbeing and wound progress. When considering the role that dressings have to play in creating an environment that is conducive … Continue reading ›

reACTivate stalled wounds

Are you in need of ways to heal wounds faster, or finding new approaches to deal with stalled wounds? “When wound healing stalls, your therapy should be ACTive” – this is the saying of our soon to be launched ACT resource centre. It is packed with helpful resources and tools that will assist health care … Continue reading ›

The Best of Wound Healing 2017

2017 went by in a hurry – as every year has a way of doing. In case you missed any of last years blogpost, we’ve gathered some of our top posts and made a collection for you! You’ll find them below. 2017 was an exciting and important year for the Woulgan team. We kicked off … Continue reading ›

Reactivating stalled wounds with soluble beta-glucan

Inflammation is a natural response to the formation of a wound, denoting that the body’s microbiological processes are actively trying to repair the ulcer site. The uptick in microbiological activity appears as inflammation, redness and warmth around the wound. However, excess, uncontrolled long-term inflammation is a sign that the body’s immune system is not functioning … Continue reading ›