New technologies for tissue replacement

The document reviews and highlighst the new technologies for surgical management of chronic wounds that made their way to the market.


This document reviews and highlights the new technologies (recently available or currently on their way to the market) for surgical management of chronic wounds.

The document provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of these new technologies for tissue replacement. It targets wound care specialists with an interest in new therapies by bridging the increasing demand for surgical solutions with the adequate indications in the complex field of wound management.

The document is published in the Journal of Wound Management and is available free of charge here.

Please note that this version of the document replaces the previous version (DOI:10.35279/jowm2022.23.03.sup02).


Document content – focus topics

  • Engineered tissues and cells
  • Dermal replacement devices and technologies
  • Bone replacement devices
  • Bone fixation and stabilization devices
  • Drug delivery systems
  • Surgical and endovascular devices for arterial repair
  • Venous and lymphatic surgery devices and technologies

Authors & Editors

  • Alberto Piaggesi, Italy (Editor)
  • Franco Bassetto, Italy
  • Jean-Pierre Becquemin, France
  • Edwin den Braber, Denmark
  • Luca Dalla Paola, Italy
  • Alexandra Marques, Portugal
  • Katherine Raspovic, USA
  • Carlotta Scarpa, Italy
  • Luc Téot, France
  • Isotta Triolzi, Italy
  • Giuseppe Turchetti, Italy

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