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INNOVATIVE ELECTRICAL STIMULATION FOR HARD-TO-HEAL WOUNDS

Accel-Heal® relieves pain1,2 and stimulates healing1–6 by delivering a preset, automated programme of subsensory electrical pulses to the wound during a 12-day treatment course.

A single-use, portable, easy-to-use device, Accel-Heal® is ideal for independent use by the patient in their own home together with their standard therapy.

It is clinically proven to promote and stimulate healing1–6 and improve patient quality of life1,5,7,8.

How can Accel-Heal help you?

CLINICIANS

Electrical stimulation is one of the most evidence-based technologies in wound management and is proven to be effective in accelerating healing in multiple wound types and reducing wound pain. It is safe to use and has minimal side effects.

PATIENTS

Accel-Heal is an easy-to-use electrical stimulation device for hard-to-heal wounds which relieves pain and stimulates healing. A small, portable device, Accel-Heal provides advanced therapy in a simple way that can be managed by patients or carers at home.

Clinical evidence

A wealth of studies have recognised that electric stimulation improves the healing process whilst reducing pain and inflammation. Learn more about the evidence behind Accel-Heal and how it allows patients to recover faster and get back to their daily lives.

Latest news

Company news, announcements and resources. Find out more about Accel-Heal and how we have improved the healing process for patients suffering with chronic wounds.

FAQs

Questions and answers for clinicians and patients. Read more for insights and advice on how to use the Accel-Heal device and what you can expect from treatment.

References

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1. Turner N, L. Ovens. Clinical outcome results and quality of life improvements using electroceutical treatment * – Patient perspectives. In: EWMA 2018. ; 2018.

2. Guest J, Singh H, Rana K, Vowden P. Cost-effectiveness of an electroceutical device in treating non-healing venous leg ulcers: results of an RCT. J Wound Care. 2018;27(4):230-243.

3. Chapman-Jones D, Young S, Tadej M. Assessment of wound healing following electrical stimulation with Accel-Heal®. Wounds UK. 2010;6(3):67-71.

4. Ovens L. Electroceutical therapy to manage complex leg ulcers: A case series of three patients. In: Wounds UK. ; 2014.

5. Ovens L. Supporting the Triple Aim Framework objectives in Scotland using an innovative electroceutical therapy * to improve clinical and economic benefits for patients with venous leg ulcers ( VLUs ) Using an innovative electroceutical therapy * to improve clini. In: Presented at EWMA. ; 2019.

6. Guest JF, Ayoub N, Greaves T. Clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness of an externally applied electroceutical device in managing venous leg ulcers in clinical practice in the UK. J Wound Care. 2015;24(12):574-580.

7. Turner N. Right Care , Right Time : – An evaluation using an electroceutical treatment * to determine the clinical outcomes in a large NHS Trust Nicola Turner , Tissue Viability Nurse in a large community NHS partnership Trust & Liz Ovens , Independent Tissue Viabi. In: Wounds UK. ; 2017.

8. Lynch O, Kiernan C, Strapp H, et al. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of the Accel Heal electroceutical device as an adjunctive treatment to vascular foot ulcers. In: EWMA 2019. ; 2019.