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New Evidence to be Presented In Systagenix Symposium at Ewma 2013 Confirms EPA to be Highly Predictive of Skin Graft Failure


5/1/2013 7:28:33 AM

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The results of a recently completed study confirming for the first time the relationship between elevated protease activity (EPA) and skin graft failure will be presented at the European Wound Management Association (EWMA)’s conference in May 2013 by Prof. Franck Duteille MD, Head of Department of Plastic Reconstructive and Esthetic Surgery, University Hospital, Nantes, France, the study’s investigator and author. The presence of EPA was determined using WOUNDCHEK™ Protease Status, the world’s first point of care wound diagnostic test.

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