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Million People Suffer From Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

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Diabetes and Wound Care

Diabetes is where the body doesn’t make enough insulin. The body needs insulin to metabolize sugar. If there is an excess of sugar, it will remain in your circulation system and can hurt your body. Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires medical treatment. It’s essential to deal with the disease in the event that you are living with diabetes

Heart Health and Wound Healing

The heart is the center of your circulatory system, and is responsible for delivering oxygen rich blood throughout the body. Coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and other issues with the heart and vessels can hinder blood flow, oxygen and nutrition to a wound.

Vascular Disease and Vein Health

Vascular disease is a factor in the development of millions of chronic, non-healing wounds. People living with vascular disease often need vein care procedures to relieve pain and to improve tissue health.

Cancer and Malignant Tumors

Cancer is a group of a few different sicknesses involving unusual cell development with the possibility to attack or spread to different pieces of the body. These stand out from benign tumors, which don’t spread.

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Quick Facts About Wound Care

The More You Know: 6.7 million Americans are living with chronic wounds, 1 in 4 families has a family member with a chronic wound, Annually chronic wounds have a $50 billion impact on the healthcare system, 50% of people will develop an ulcer in the opposite limb within 5 years of amputation, 25% of people living with diabetes will experience a foot ulcer, 82% of non-traumatic amputations are the result of vascular disease, 50% of people will die within 5 years of amputation