Scientists work on next-gen wound therapies

07/23/2013 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the State University of New York at Albany are working on the next generation of bandages and negative-pressure wound therapy devices. They envision inexpensive, portable NPWT devices and "smart bandages" that dispense the correct dosage of medicine at the correct times. They are also running experiments to understand how negative pressure works to heal wounds.

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