SpinCare™ creates dressings that fit any wound size and body contour.
SpinCare™ dressing is applied from a distance with no contact to the wound reducing risk for infection and cross-infection
SpinCare™ dressing has excellent adherence to all body surfaces, geometry, contour and morphology
SpinCare™ produces a highly porous nano-fibrous temporary Skin-like contact layer.
SpinCare™ enables continuous healing assessment through the transparent dressing.
SpinCare™ enables wound healing without dressing changes.
SpinCare™ dressing automatically peels off from epithelialized areas.
SpinCare™ is the first and only system that integrates electrospinning technology into a portable, bedside device, offering immediate wound care treatment.
The device creates a customized nano-fibrous dressing based on patient's wound condition. The dressing produced in situ is fine-tunable to surface, shape, thickness, skin site and area to be covered. It is applied from a short distance, eliminating contact between the caregiver and the wound, thus reducing the potential of infection.
Induces hemostasis due to nano-fibrous structure and highly effective surface area.
Facilitates cell respiration, oxygen permeation and regulation of moisture level due to its porous structure.
Conforms to all wound and body contours, providing better coverage and easy handling of wound dressing.
Bio-stable or bio-degradable, natural or synthetic dressing types, incorporating therapeutic compounds such as drugs, nano-particles, growth factors, etc.
Nano-fibrous, multi-layers and nano-porosity protect against microbial penetration.
Nano-fibrous structure provides good cell conductivity, facilitating wound healing and skin regeneration.
Split-skin grafting is used by surgeons to close skin defects following trauma, ulcers or deep burns. Although created under controlled, sterile conditions, DSWs can be a considerable burden during the healing process.SpinCareTM creates on-the-spot, fully tailored nanofibrous dressing using electrospinning technology, for any wound shape and contour; mimicking the extracellular matrix serving as an excellent medium for tissue repair and healing.
EYR, 58 year old male with medical history of dyslipidemia and diabetes mellitus type 2. Underwent a surgical excision of massive Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) on the buttocks which required skin graft transplantation.
A skin graft of 170 cm2 in area and 0.3 mm depth was harvested. The donor site wound was treated with epinephrine-soaked gauze in preparation for the dressing.
SpinCareTM primary dressing was applied to the donor site wound yielding a white nanofibrous dressing with excellent coverage and full adherence to wound surface. A secondary dressing was applied on top of the primary dressing.
The SpinCareTM dressing was left on the wound until peeled off on its own when the tissue underneath epithelialized. The primary dressing showed excellent adherence to the wound throughout the healing period with transparency that allowed wound evaluation without removal. No reports of infection. Patient follow up will continue for 12 months.