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Discover the 4 dimensions that decrease leg ulcer healing time

  • Diagnose the leg ulcer burden
  • Improve your dialogue and partnership with your patient
  • Achieve dynamic healing with the right treatment protocol
  • Decreased healing time in clinical practice

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UrgoStart reduces healing time by 100 days on average*


Leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers take on average more than 210 days to heal.  For several months, these patients suffer from pain, anxiety and stress.  Reduced healing...

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Leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers take 200 days on average to heal despite standard treatment. That can mean 200 days of physical pain,

anxiety, depression and restricted social functioning. We believe 200 days is unacceptable...

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Research & Development


Call for projects 2014: Innovative initiatives and practices for the prevention and management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers



The mission of the...

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Recently launched in France and Germany, Urgotul Absorb Border is the latest addition to the TLC range (Technology Lipido-Colloid) that has shown...

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Documentation & Publications

UrgoClean® presents better desloughing properties than Aquacel®, up to 50% higher, clinically proven in a large Randomized Controlled Trial*

The EARTH study is a RCT that compared UrgoClean® and Aquacel®, in the local management of venous or mixed leg ulcers predominantly of venous...

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Last update : July 20, 2017