The treatment of acute and chronic wounds is an ancient area of specialization in medical practice, with a long and eventful clinical history that traces its origins to ancient Egypt and Greece. The Ebers Papyrus, approximatly 1500 BC, details the use of lint, animal grease, and honey as topical treatments for wounds. The Greeks were the first to differentiate between acute and chronic wounds. There were limited advances that continued throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, but the most profound advances, both technological and clinical, came with the development of microbiology and cellular pathology in the 19th century.
BIOMEDICA is present in the wound care market with a wide range of products and services designed to meet the daily needs of healthcare professionals. It is always looking for ideas to constantly increase its offer with the aim of becoming the leading partner of the hospitals in this sector.