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Promoting Healing

Despite the many wound treatment products available, scarring and poor wound closure continue to cause significant problems for patients with acute wounds, chronic wounds, and burns. Scarring can cause dysfunction, pain, and other unpleasant symptoms, in addition to being aesthetically distressing. In contrast to products that result in excess scarring, the Phoenix Wound Matrix® promotes the growth of healthy, functional tissue.

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What is the Phoenix Wound Matrix?

The Phoenix Wound Matrix is a fibrous, 3-dimensional wound care device designed to provide a temporary microenvironment to support wound healing. The device is engineered to promote regeneration and remodeling of native tissue in the defect space/wound bed. The Phoenix Wound Matrix is made of polymers that are naturally absorbed by the body - as such, it should not be removed under normal circumstances. This eliminates the need for painful product changes that irritate the wound bed and disrupt the healing process.


Benefits

The Phoenix Wound Matrix is designed to:
  • Closely mimic the microscopic structures that support cells in healthy skin
  • Accelerate the body's healing response
  • Enhance cosmetic outcomes
  • Facilitate tissue growth and regeneration
  • Reduce scar formation

The Healing Process


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RenovoDerm-Americans-living-with-a-chronic-non-healing-wound
6
MILLION +

Americans living with a chronic, non-healing wound.

RenovoDerm-families-have-a-family-member-with-a-chronic-wound
1 in 
4

families have a family member with a chronic wound.

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50
BILLION

annual impact chronic wounds have on the healthcare system.

Source: Healogics, Wound Care Awareness campaign

What is a chronic wound?

A chronic wound does not heal in an orderly set of stages and in a predictable amount of time the way most wounds do. Wounds that do not heal within three months are often considered chronic.


What are examples of chronic wounds?

Pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, venous stasis wounds, surgical or trauma wounds, and arterial ulcers.


Who is affected by chronic wounds?

Amputees, seniors, surgical patients, veterans, cancer survivors, cardiac patients, diabetics, and readmitted patients.




Major Chronic Wounds + Patients Affected in the United States:

2.9
Million +

Pressure Ulcer

2.0
Million +

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

800
k +

Venous Stasis

500
k +

Surgical Or Trauma

350
k +

Arterial Ulcer

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