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Tamaulipas Comparative Wound Healing Test Treatment Successfully Concluded

WITTEN, Germany, October 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The comparative study of chronic wound treatment at the Hospital Civil of Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico, was concluded successfully. Due to the significantly superior therapeutic success the Ministry of Health ordered the control to be abandoned and moved to Hemospray treatment for ethical reasons. 22 of the 24 patients within the Hemospray group were healed completely, while 22 of the 24 patients of the control group showed no comparable progress. Moreover, additional patients suffering from diabetic foot disease were successfully treated with Hemospray. The total healing ratio is significantly higher than 75%.

These results were presented to health system representatives of several Latin American countries in Mexico City by the Chief Investigator of the study.

The results are currently being evaluated by the State Health Authorities of Tamaulipas who sponsored the study.

Apart from this, a considerable share of the patient data were crosschecked and evaluated by Sangui in Witten. It turned out that these data confirm the results as previously indicated. Sangui regards this outcome as a confirmation of the outstanding efforts made by the teams on location and as a great success of its systematic competence in wound healing.

SanguiBioTech GmbH is a ninety percent subsidiary of Sangui BioTech International, Inc. ( SGBI)

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    Joachim Fleing
    Phone: +49(160)741-27-17
    Fax: +49(2302)915-191

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