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A Revolution in Wound Healing, Wound-Be-Gone Now the Only Over the Counter Treatment for Chronic and Acute Wounds
Date:11/18/2008

Created by Czech scientists, Wound-Be-Gone is now the only over the counter treatment for chronic and acute wounds. The revolutionary new product features a patented technology that both prevents contamination of wounds and speeds up the healing process.

(PRWEB) November 18, 2008 --- Now, with the development of Wound-Be-Gone, all skin injuries, especially large, chronic wounds, can be easily and quickly treated with new Wound-Be-Gone. Wound-Be-Gone was specifically developed as a continuation of the research initiated by professor Otto Wichterle -- known worldwide as an inventor of contact lenses - at the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.

According to Promod Patel, D.P.M., Podiatry/Foot and Ankle surgeon at the DeKalb Clinic, Wound-Be-Gone is an astonishingly effective medicinal product.

With extraordinary healing results, an exceptional wide range of uses, no side effects and no age restrictions, Wound-Be-Gone is one of the most advanced products on the market, setting new standards in wound healing," Patel affirms.

While most people experience wounds in their lifetimes, the degree of severity varies greatly. Chronic or complex wounds can be extremely difficult to heal, causing severe pain and potentially leading to complications that include infection, depression and limb amputation. Patients affected by chronic wounds often require additional day-to-day help and face greater mortality rates.

Currently, over a billion dollars a year are spent developing effective wound care technology. However, with the advent of Wound-Be-Gone, the overall cost of treating chronic wounds could be significantly reduced, greatly lessening the financial burden on the healthcare system as a whole and providing much needed relief to patients.


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