PolyRemedy® is transforming the way we care for people with chronic wounds. Our clinical studies have demonstrated the vision of our solution. As a company committed to research, we continue to invest in new studies to evolve our technology and enhance evidence supporting efficient and effective wound treatment.

We invite you to review the resources below and contact us for more information about our clinical research and findings.

Evaluation of an Integrated Wound Management System on the Consistency and Cost of Wound Care in a Home Health Agency: A Descriptive Study

Presented at Society of Advanced Wound Care, April 2012, Atlanta, GA

Center for Comprehensive Wound and Disease Management, St. James Hospital (Olympia Fields, Illinois):

  • William J. Ennis, DO, MBA, FACOS
  • Cathleen Winnick, RN, BSN, MHA
  • Lisa Maka, RN, WCC
  • Cassandra Courtney, RN
  • Julie Thompson, RN
  • Lisa Blakenberger, RN
  • Chris Troli, RN

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The Impact of an Integrated, Web-based, Protocol-driven System of Wound Care on Delivery, Outcomes, Nurse Engagement and Cost Within a Home Health Care Service

Presented at Society of Advanced Wound Care, April 2012, Atlanta, GA

St James Home Health Service (Chicago, IL.), University of Illinois at Chicago, Division of Vascular Surgery and Wound Care (Chicago, IL.):

  • Cathleen Winnick, RN, BSN, MHA
  • Lisa Maka, RN, WCC
  • William J. Ennis, DO, MBA, FACOS

PolyRemedy , Inc. (Mountain View, California):

  • Diane M. Cooper, PhD, FAAN

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Proactive Coordination Between Wound Clinic and Home Care to Improve Wound Care Quality and Reduce Costs: Impact of an Integrated Wound Management System

Presented at Society of Advanced Wound Care, April 2012, Atlanta, GA

Retreat Hospital and Chippenham Wound Clinics, Advance Care LLC (Richmond, VA):

  • Crossland, S
  • Shawler, L.
  • Crossland, M
  • Stroud, L
  • Berry, M
  • Boykind, J

PolyRemedy , Inc. (Mountain View, California):

  • Diane M. Cooper, PhD, FAAN

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Wound Closure Rates in Three Subjects using Customized Wound Dressings

Presented at Society for the Advancement of Wound Care, Annual Spring Meeting 2010, Orlando, Florida.

Center for Comprehensive Wound and Disease Management, St. James Hospital (Olympia Fields, Illinois):

  • Daniel Rutz, BA, Research Coordinator
  • Patricio Meneses, PhD
  • Elaine Papineau, APN
  • William J. Ennis, DO, MBA, FACOS

PolyRemedy , Inc. (Mountain View, California):

  • Diane M. Cooper, PhD, FAAN

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Optimizing Consistency and Outcomes in home Care Treatment of Newly Applied Skin Grafts: an Integrated Wound Management System

Presented at Society of Advanced Wound Care, April 2012, Atlanta, GA

Retreat Hospital and Chippenham Wound Clinics, Advance Care LLC (Richmond, VA):

  • Boykind, J
  • Crossland, M
  • Shawler, L.
  • Berry, M
  • Stroud, L

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A Case Study of a Novel Wound Management System for Consistent and Customized Wound Care

Presented at Society for the Advancement of Wound Care, Annual Spring Meeting 2010, Orlando, Florida.

Penn North Wound Care Centers for Advanced Wound Care (Erie, Pennsylvania):

  • Thomas Serena, MD, FACS, Medical Director
  • Tim Mayhugh, LPN, CHT

PolyRemedy , Inc. (Mountain View, California):

  • Diane M. Cooper, PhD, FAAN

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Validation of Robotic System for Producing On-Demand Wound Dressings

Presented at Society for the Advancement of Wound Care Annual Spring Meeting, 2008, San Diego, California.

University of California at San Diego:

  • Gerit Multer, DPM, MS, Assoc. Prof. Surgery and Orthopedics, Director Wound Treatment and Research Center, Div. of Trauma, Department of Surgery
  • Daniel K. Lee, DPM, FACFAS, Assistant Clinical Professor, Director, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Department of Orthopedics
  • Christine Dore, RN, Wound Treatment and Research Center, Division of Trauma, Department of Surgery
  • John Noordenbos, RN, Regional Burn Center

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