Small pump could expand wound care options

01/15/2013 | Boston Herald

A portable pump using negative pressure therapy to treat chronic wounds costs less than $5 to manufacture and could expand wound care access for people in rural areas and developing countries. The Wound Pump, the first medical device of MIT startup WiCare, has been field tested in Haiti and Rwanda, and the developer expects to be awarded a U.S. patent this year.

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