Wake Pharma US to Present Series of Wound Healing Posters at 23rd SAWC

Wake Pharma US will present a series of seven wound care education posters at 23rd Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society. These posters overview the advanced science and clinical results behind the breakthrough healing gel Wound-Be-Gone, showcasing its fantastic results in a variety of clinical settings.

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"This series of poster presentation of Wound-Be-Gone® clearly demonstrates the clinical, economic and patient benefits that can be derived from using Wound-Be-Gone®. This clinical data shows benefits in the treatment of a wide variety of wound types"

Elk Grove Village (PRWEB) April 15, 2010

Wake Pharma US announced today that seven posters detailing their revolutionary healing gel Wound-Be-Gone® will be presented at the 23rd Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society (SAWC/WHS). These posters will detail impressive clinical evidence of this patented gel’s ability to help heal even the most severe and chronic wounds.

The largest event on wound healing in the country, the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society will be held at Gaylord Palms Hotel and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, from April 17-20, 2010. Nearly a thousand posters were submitted to the symposium from renowned healing technology companies around the country, and just over three hundred were accepted by the Wound Healing Society; a series of seven posters from Wake Pharma US were accepted for display, illustrating the healing properties that their product Wound-Be-Gone® has when used on skin wounds.

These impressively well designed and technically detailed posters illustrate the profound positive impact that Wound-Be-Gone can have on even the most difficult to heal skin injuries. Says Wake Pharma US Medical Director Jeffrey Niezgoda, MD, “This extensive series of poster presentation of Wound-Be-Gone® clearly demonstrates the clinical, economic and patient benefits that can be derived from using Wound-Be-Gone®. This clinical data shows benefits in the treatment of a wide variety of wound types. As we continue to accumulate additional clinical data the evidence of accelerated healing and reduction in pain and improved patient benefits is becoming extremely compelling giving us a very favorable product profile.”

This series of seven posters covers multiple topics of great importance in the wound healing community, as follows:

Poster 1: The Wound Healing Cascade: How Oxygen Free Radicals Negatively Impact the Inflammatory Phase highlights. This poster illustrates how the advanced technology in Wound-Be-Gone® prevents bacterial growth which occurs during inflammation. It also demonstrates how the free oxygen radical binding technology in Wound-Be-Gone binds with radicals that are created during the healing process, helping to decrease swelling, speed healing, and promote healthy new tissue growth with little to no scarring.

Poster 2: Advantages of using a hydrophilic polymer gel with oxygen free radicals on Split Thickness Skin Grafts. This presentation focuses specifically on split thickness skin grafts (STSG) and how the patented formula of Wound-Be-Gone® uses its oxygen free radical binding technology to enhance healing, making treatments of such STSG faster and cost effective.

Poster 3: Advancing wound care treatment with a novel hydrophilic gel: The Practitioners and Patients Experience- Success Stories from happy patients. This educational poster provides a glimpse into the real life experience of patients who have successfully treated their challenging wounds with the revolutionary Wound-Be-Gone® gel. While this poster overviews the technology of the ointment, it focuses on the positive experiences of twenty successfully healed patients.

Poster 4: Novel Hydrophilic Gel (Wound-Be-Gone®) Enhances Healing Via Oxygen Free Radical Binding Technology. Focusing on patients who have serious leg wounds, this poster shows how healing and skin growth were encouraged through the free oxygen radical binding technology found only in Wound-Be-Gone.

Poster 5: At Home Or In A Hospital: A Simple, Yet Effective OTC Wound Gel That Makes A Wound "Be Gone.” Showcasing successful treatment in five patients within a clinical setting, this educational poster illustrates how Wound-Be-Gone® helps doctors to overcome issues of cost and effectiveness in treatments of all wounds, both acute and chronic.

Poster 6: Healing by Binding Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). Presenting an experimental study, this poster details the results of wound healing where half of the subjects were given a simple water based gel and the others were treated with the patented formulation in Wound-Be-Gone®. This poster shows the noticeable improvement in healing experienced by study participants who were treated with Wound-Be-Gone.

Poster 7: Enhanced Cosmetic Results In African American Skin Pigmentation Using A Polymer Hydrogel With Oxygen Free Radical Binding Technology. Showing how Wound-Be-Gone does more than simply accelerate healing, this amazing poster showcases the incredible ability that Wound-Be-Gone’s free oxygen radical binding technology has when it comes to treating skin wounds in African Americans. In such dark skinned populations this novel healing gel helps wounds heal quickly, with little scarring and noticeably less de-pigmentation than is common with other wound healing regimes.

Developed by medical doctors and clinicians, and tested in extensive clinical trials, Wound-Be-Gone® has been proven an incredibly effective healing gel, as illustrated in these artistic and educational posters. Hypoallergenic and safe for all ages, Wound-Be-Gone® is available over the counter to help heal minor and serious skin injuries faster, with less scarring.

To learn more about the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society visit http://www. sawc.net. For more information about the revolutionary technology and wide array of applications for healing with Wound-Be-Gone® visit http://www.woundbegone.com.

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