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Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing

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Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing. / Bergelin, Mikael (Inventor); Eriksson, Jan-Erik (Inventor); Johansson, Max (Inventor); Xu, Chunlin (Inventor); Leppänen, Ann-Sofie (Inventor); Willför, Stefan (Inventor); Köppä, Simo (Inventor); Kekonen, Atte (Inventor); Ylänen, Heimo (Inventor); Viik, Jari (Inventor); Hyttinen, Jari (Inventor).

IPC No.: A61N 1/ 36 A I. Patent No.: US2016081580.

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Harvard

Bergelin, M, Eriksson, J-E, Johansson, M, Xu, C, Leppänen, A-S, Willför, S, Köppä, S, Kekonen, A, Ylänen, H, Viik, J & Hyttinen, J 2016, Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing, Patent No. US2016081580, IPC No. A61N 1/ 36 A I.

APA

Bergelin, M., Eriksson, J-E., Johansson, M., Xu, C., Leppänen, A-S., Willför, S., ... Hyttinen, J. (2016). IPC No. A61N 1/ 36 A I. Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing. (Patent No. US2016081580).

Vancouver

Bergelin M, Eriksson J-E, Johansson M, Xu C, Leppänen A-S, Willför S et al, inventors. Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing. A61N 1/ 36 A I. 2016 Mar 24.

Author

Bergelin, Mikael (Inventor) ; Eriksson, Jan-Erik (Inventor) ; Johansson, Max (Inventor) ; Xu, Chunlin (Inventor) ; Leppänen, Ann-Sofie (Inventor) ; Willför, Stefan (Inventor) ; Köppä, Simo (Inventor) ; Kekonen, Atte (Inventor) ; Ylänen, Heimo (Inventor) ; Viik, Jari (Inventor) ; Hyttinen, Jari (Inventor). / Arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing. IPC No.: A61N 1/ 36 A I. Patent No.: US2016081580.

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abstract = "The present invention relates to the field of electrotherapy and measuring by means of electric currents for diagnostic purposes, and more particularly to an electrode arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing having an electrode arrangement. A wound dressing according is described which includes at least two impedance reference electrodes, a frame like counter-electrode and stimulation electrodes in a form of an array; and a bioadhesive affinity layer surrounding the stimulation electrodes; said wound dressing being suited for applying on top of the wound so that the stimulation electrode array is on the wound area, and that the at least two impedance reference electrodes and the frame like counter-electrode are suited for placing in contact with the healthy skin surrounding the wound area; which electrodes, are suited for applying LIDC type electrical stimulation current to the wound area and for bioimpedance measurement. The wound dressing can provide a continuous, non-invasive and objective solution for monitoring chronic wound healing without disturbing the delicate healing process.",
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AU - Johansson, Max

AU - Xu, Chunlin

AU - Leppänen, Ann-Sofie

AU - Willför, Stefan

AU - Köppä, Simo

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N2 - The present invention relates to the field of electrotherapy and measuring by means of electric currents for diagnostic purposes, and more particularly to an electrode arrangement for facilitating wound healing, a method for measuring wound healing and a wound dressing having an electrode arrangement. A wound dressing according is described which includes at least two impedance reference electrodes, a frame like counter-electrode and stimulation electrodes in a form of an array; and a bioadhesive affinity layer surrounding the stimulation electrodes; said wound dressing being suited for applying on top of the wound so that the stimulation electrode array is on the wound area, and that the at least two impedance reference electrodes and the frame like counter-electrode are suited for placing in contact with the healthy skin surrounding the wound area; which electrodes, are suited for applying LIDC type electrical stimulation current to the wound area and for bioimpedance measurement. The wound dressing can provide a continuous, non-invasive and objective solution for monitoring chronic wound healing without disturbing the delicate healing process.

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