University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center Physician Brings New Wound Healing Technology to Ohio

University Hospitals (UH) Richmond Medical Center is the first clinical setting in Ohio to utilize a special technology that sends acoustic sound waves to wounds to jump start the healing process. Windy Cole, DPM, Certified Wound Specialist Physician at the Center for Wound Care at UH Richmond Medical Center, is leading the use of the novel device in the state through research and case studies.

The dermaPACE® System from SANUWAVE, is an FDA approved device indicated for treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. The device delivers acoustic shock waves to tissues, helping to jump start wound healing through new blood vessel formation.

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University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center Physician First in Ohio to Use Wound Care Imaging Device in Clinical Setting

University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center (UH) is the first clinical setting in Ohio using special technology to identify harmful bacteria, leading to healing for patients suffering from chronic wounds. Windy Cole, DPM, Medical Director of the UH Ahuja Wound Care Center, conducted research studies utilizing the MolecuLight i:X® and is leading the use of the novel device in the state.

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