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Top 10 Things To Do in Gothenburg Sweden While at EWMA

Posted by Thomas Wallick on 5/15/19 10:54 AM

Beautiful Gothenburg, Sweden is hosting EWMA 2019 - the European Wound Management Association conference, on June 5-9.

Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city after Stockholm, located on the coast in southwestern Sweden, is considered "the quintessential 'second city': understatedly hip and unexpectedly vibrant with neoclassical architecture lining its tram-rattled streets, locals sunning themselves beside canals, and always an interesting cultural or social event going on."

Here are some of SmartTRAK's top things to do when taking a break from the conference. And we know what we're talking about - SmartTRAK's Senior Analyst, Advanced Wound Care, Lennart Stadler lives there!

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care, SmartTRAK Conferences

SmartTRAK Hosts Pre-EWMA Event at Gothenburg's Universeum Aquarium

Posted by Susan Paquette on 5/13/19 11:34 AM

IRVINE, CALIF. (PRWEB) 

BioMedGPS is excited to host its subscribers and guests on Tuesday, June 4th, at a very special Pre-EWMA 2019 event at Gothenburg’s Universeum Aquarium.

SmartTRAK will be hosting an exclusive Private Event Pre-EWMA at Gothenburg’s Universeum Aquarium. Guests will be treated to an aquarium tour, dinner and briefing on the latest Trends, Opportunities and Innovations in Advanced Wound Care.

SmartTRAK’s Advanced Wound Care Experts will serve as panelists. Susan Paquette - SmartTRAK VP & General Manager, Wound - will be providing overall insights on the wound market and Lennart Stadler - SmartTRAK Senior Analyst, Advanced Wound Care - will be presenting data on important trends and innovations.

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care, SmartTRAK Conferences

SmartTRAK Cited in 3M's Acelity Acquisition Press Release

Posted by Susan Paquette on 5/10/19 4:04 PM

SmartTRAK, the leading source of competitive intelligence used by the top ten global orthopedic & wound care companies, was cited as a source in 3M's presentation "3M to Acquire Acelity Inc." published on May 2.

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

DSM Biomedical's Material Contribution to the Wound Care Market - SmartTRAK Interviews Raoul Verheggen

Posted by Susan Paquette on 5/8/19 6:30 PM

SmartTRAK talks with Raoul Verheggen, Global Product Director for DSM Biomedical, regarding the Company’s recent foray into the wound care space and how its addressing unmet needs for patients and businesses

Novel materials and components are key to innovative wound care products that provide superior patient outcomes. DSM Biomedical is a B2B supplier whose business it is to provide these unique components to the medical device industry. SmartTRAK talks with Raoul Verheggen of DSM Biomedical, Global Product Director for Wound, about the company, their capabilities and plans moving forward in support of wound care. A transcript of the interview is below. To listen to the interview recorded via Uberconference, click on the following video. 

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

SAWC Fall 2018: Novel Compression Garment for Complex Edema

Posted by Susan Paquette on 4/24/19 10:00 AM

SmartTRAK highlights the latest research on Sigvaris SECURE presented at SAWC Fall

A novel hybrid compression garment offers promise for patients with difficult-to-treat chronic edema according to an 11-patient case series presented at SAWC Fall. Patients with chronic edema, including lymphedema, are challenged in finding compression garments that are clinically efficacious, cosmetically appealing and comfortable to wear. The 11-patient case series evaluated Sigvaris’ recently launched SECURE, an innovative new Compression and Containment Hybrid (CCH) garment that combines the comfort of circular knit garments and the stiffness traditionally provided by thicker textiles, inelastic wraps or flat knit garments. The new hybrid circular knit garments are thin, cosmetically appealing, and meet the clinical requirement of chronic edema management – graduated compression and containment.

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

Q418/FY18 Advanced Wound Care Market Recap

Posted by Susan Paquette on 4/18/19 9:30 AM

Dressings recover Q418, all segments showing solid gains

For FY18, according to BioMedGPS’  SmartTRAK Financial Dashboard, WW Advanced Wound Care (AWC) revenues for Advanced Dressings, External Devices and Biologics were up +4.1% YoY.  Acelity remains the global market leader followed by S&N and Mölnlycke. Advanced Dressings, the workhorse of Advanced Wound Care, accounts for 52.3% of WW revenues, up +3.3% YoY. Skin/Dermal Substitute (CTP) revenue was up +10.7% YoY, lower than previous years, but still double-digit gains. WW NPWT was up +4.3% YoY, with traditional devices having a slight uptick and single-use driving the increase of +28.9%.

Among the many topics covered in the Q418/FY18 Advanced Wound Care Market Recap are:

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care, Q418 Market Recaps

S&N Solidifies its Leadership Position in Wound Biologics

Posted by Susan Paquette on 4/15/19 12:00 PM

S&N plans to shore up its Advanced Wound Bioactives business with the acquisition of Osiris Therapeutics but the deal may be in question as Osiris shareholders challenge the price.

 Smith & Nephew (S&N) announced on March 12, 2019 that it has agreed to acquire Osiris Therapeutics for $660MM with the deal expected to close Q219. However, the deal could be in question as a group of Osiris shareholders is suing to block the acquisition. The lawsuit disputes Cantor Fitzgerald’s discounted cash flow analysis, saying it does not adequately reflect Osiris’s future growth prospects, and is based on growth rates that are about half of what Osiris has experienced in recent years, resulting in a valuation that is too low. The acquisition would add the Osiris’s Grafix and Stravix product lines to S&N’s ailing Advanced Wound Bioactives portfolio. If allowed to proceed, the acquisition would solidify S&N’s leadership in wound biologics and changes the competitive landscape in the Advanced Wound Care market...

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

SmartTRAK Cited in Smith & Nephew Osiris Acquisition Press Release

Posted by Susan Paquette on 4/8/19 10:13 AM

SmartTRAK was cited as a source in a press release from Smith & Nephew entitled "Smith & Nephew expands in high growth regenerative medicine market through acquisition of Osiris Therapeutics, Inc."

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

What’s New and What’s Next in Advanced Wound Care

Posted by Susan Paquette on 3/25/19 10:52 AM

Following the last fall's Advanced Wound Care meeting, SmartTRAK's Susan Paquette, VP Wound, reported on advances in negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), fiber dressings and human dermal tissue and the latest research and company news,identifying what’s new and what’s next in the market for advanced wound care.

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

SmartTRAK Spotlight: SUTUREGARD Medical

Posted by Don Urbanowicz on 1/16/19 10:13 AM

SUTUREGARD is on a mission to close more wounds simply and safely

SmartTRAK Spotlights SUTUREGARD medical, a privately held medical device firm with patented technology that allows surgeons to perform simple closures of high-tension wounds through rapid intraoperative tissue expansion.

Company Overview

Founded in 2015 and based in Portland, Oregon, SUTUREGARD™ Medical, Inc. is a privately held medical device firm with patented technology that allows surgeons to perform simple closures of high-tension wounds through rapid intraoperative tissue expansion. For skin cancer surgeons (Mohs Surgeons), SUTUREGARD’s initial target market, the SUTUREGARD™ device allows closure of wounds using tissue expansion instead of relying on flaps, grafts, or second intent healing. This is particularly useful for scalp and lower leg closures. For some skin cancer surgeons, this will add greater efficiency to their day. For other skin cancer surgeons, this will retain closures in their practice that they would have otherwise sent to other specialists.

The Company founders — a Corvallis, Oregon-based skin cancer (Moh’s) surgeon and his Ph.D. nurse business partner — designed the SUTUREGARD device. The Company invested three years conducting bench research, pre-clinical studies, and customer discovery prior to completion of a successful human use study in 2018.

“SUTUREGARD Medical launched the SUTUREGARD device in November, 2018 at the Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery Conference and the product was enthusiastically received by surgeons.”   Dan Ladizinsky, MD, CEO of SUTUREGARD Medical.

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Topics: Advanced Wound Care

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