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Arobella Medical CEO Speaks at International Wound Care Conference in Paris
Date:1/28/2009

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Eliaz Babaev, Ph.D., D.Sc., co-founder and CEO of Arobella Medical, LLC, a leader in advanced ultrasonic wound care, presented on the fundamentals of ultrasound assisted wound treatment at the 1st International Workshops on Wound Technology at the Palais des Congres in Paris, France on January 19, 2009. Dr. Babaev is one of the foremost authorities on low frequency, therapeutic ultrasound and wound healing.

In his presentation, Dr. Babaev examined the past, present and future of ultrasound wound treatment. His 40+ years in the field have shown that different shapes of ultrasound tips, as well as the parameters utilized, create a variety of different acoustic phenomena. These shapes can be used to treat a variety of wounds which benefit the patient with improved wound healing.

At the forefront of Dr. Babaev's experience and research is Arobella Medical's Qoustic Wound Therapy System(TM), which advances the use of low-frequency cavitational ultrasound in wound care by gently removing dead and diseased tissue cells and kills harmful bacteria and biofilm, while leaving healthy and pre-healing granulation tissue intact.

Prior to immigrating to the United States, Dr. Babaev was a professor and director of a biomedical engineering center in the former Soviet Union; before that he was a Ph.D. Student and Assistant Professor in the Biomedical Engineering at Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He has also been a Research Fellow in Biomechanics and Bioengineering at the Warsaw Technical University, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and a Visiting Professor at several universities in the People's Republic of China.

Dr. Babaev holds two Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degrees: Biomedical Engineering with a specialty in Medical Ultrasound from the State Supreme Certification Committee in Moscow, Russia (1993), and Biomedical Instrumentations and Biomechanics from the Latvian Academy of Science in Riga, Latvia (1991). He also earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical and Biomechanical Engineering with an emphasis in Medical Ultrasound and Body Biomechanics from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University (1975).

About Arobella Medical, LLC

Arobella Medical, LLC is a Minneapolis-based medical device company specializing in low-frequency ultrasound in wound management therapies. Arobella Medical, LLC is positioned to become the leader in advanced ultrasound wound care technologies and devices. For more information, go to http://www.arobella.com.

    Contact:

    Glenn Carlson, Business Affairs Manager
    Arobella Medical, LLC,
    +1-612-288-2826,
    gcarlson@arobella.com


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