Research


 

Research

The Wound Care Experts

Located in southern Nevada, just outside of the Las Vegas Strip, WCR is the clinical research subsidiary of Wound Care Experts.  We are conducting phase III and IV studies, as well as post market studies.  This allows us access to cutting-edge products and technology for the benefit of our patients.  We provide quality high enrollment and high retention rates in all the studies we participate.

We provide excellent care to patients who want to participate in clinical research trials. Our team consists of experienced physicians & coordinators, which together, provide high quality research medicine for the participating subjects.  We bring the highest quality of clinical research conduct within the context of GCP and FDA regulations.

 

Ongoing Studies

We are currently evaluating patients that are dealing with hard to heal:

  • diabetic foot ulcer 
  • venous ulcers 
  • post-surgical wounds

 

Explore our libraries of Case Studies and Publications

2020

Initial Experience using an Autologous
Blood Clot to Promote Closure in Chronic
Pressure Ulcerations

 

Ovine Forestomach Matrix is Efficacious
in the Closure of Chronic Wounds

 

2016

Disposable NPWT Cost and Patient Satisfaction Analysis

 

2015

Use of Plant Based Stem Cell Nanotechnology on Diabetic Lower Extremity Wounds

Use of Plant Based Stem Cell Nanotechnology on Non-healing Chronic Wounds

Tissue Regeneration and Wound Healing Utilizing Plant Based Stem Cell Nanotechnology in Patients Nonresponsive to NPWT

 

The Sunday – Battling an Epidemic of Wounds That Won’t Heal

Puracol Plus, Wahab et al., Clinical Wound Specialists

The Use of a Superabsorbent Three Layer Wicking Wound Dressing to Manage Diabetic Wounds in a Long-Term Care Facility

 

The Use of a Medical Grade Honey Impregnated Foam Dressing to Maintain a Moist Healing Environment for the Promotion of Autolytic Debridement and for the Absorbance of Exudate in a Long-Term Care Facility

 

2014

Opticell Ag+ 2014 Wahab LIT017WC

 

2013

Promotion of Autolytic Debridement by Maintaining a Moist Wound Healing Environment via the use of Medical Grade Honey* in a Long Term Acute Care Setting

 
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