Clinical Research Studies Specialist

Wound Care Experts

Wound Care Specialists located in Las Vegas, NV & Pahrump, NV

Wound care specialist Naz Wahab, MD, has published many clinical research studies focused on innovative treatments for chronic, non-healing wounds. Dr. Wahab and her team at Wound Care Experts in Las Vegas, Nevada, use advanced technologies that clinical research studies have proven effective. For a personalized, research-backed approach to wound care, call or book an appointment online today.

Clinical Research Studies Q & A

Do your patients have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials?

Yes! Many patients do not see the desired results with conventional therapy and are forced to suffer with wounds for months or even years.  Enrollment in a clinical trial may provide you with ultramodern treatment.  Wound Care Experts participates in a rich portfolio of diabetic clinical trials.  If you have a diabetic wound and are interested in participating in a clinical trial, please contact our office.

How do clinical research studies influence wound care?

Clinical research is the primary way to test and evaluate new therapies for wound healing and other tissue regenerative processes. Clinical research helps develop the treatments of tomorrow today.  “Clinical trials offer hope for many people and an opportunity to help researchers find better treatments for others in the future.” (NIH, 2019)

We are pleased to offer cutting-edge interventions to qualifying patients.  

What types of clinical research studies are there?

The wounds that are most commonly studied are diabetic foot ulcers, venous ulcers (aka stasis ulcers), post-surgical wounds and pressure wounds.  

We focus on wound healing, there are many different types of researches that we perform in our clinic. 

We have access to clinical research studies that utilize: 

  • Skin/skin substitute grafts 
  • Medical devices 
  • Durable medical equipment testing (DME)
  • Topical therapies
  • Injectable therapies
  • Imaging technologies

Most wound clinical research trials/studies have two modalities that are being evaluated. Standard of care meaning currently accepted practices versus one of the above listed options. The point of emphasis is the care the patient receives, when enrolled in one of these clinical research studies there is no lapse of treatment for the patient. We take our patients health very seriously and focus on healing the wounds with the best of our capability.