Healing outcomes with different wound types
The ability of Accel-Heal to improve clinical outcomes has been assessed in many different wound types. Please click on the items below for more information, categorised by indication.
STEPPING UP TREATMENT WITH ACTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR HARD-TO-HEAL WOUNDS USING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION THERAPY (PDF)
Rebecca Clarke, Community Nurse Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust.
Liz Ovens, Independent Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse.
Presented at Wounds U.K. 2023.
Cost-effectiveness of an electroceutical device in treating non-healing venous leg ulcers: results of an RCT (PDF)
Guest et al 2018. Journal of Wound Care 27;4:230-243
Chapman-Jones et al 2010
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) (PDF)
Ovens et al 2019. Presented at EWMA 2019
The results of a clinical evaluation of Accel-Heal electroceutical treatment in a large NHS Trust (PDF)
Nicola Turner, Tissue Viability Nurse Staffordshire and Stoke-on Trent partnership Trust (SSOTP) & Liz Ovens, Independent Tissue Viability Nurse and Associate Lecturer Bucks New University, Wounds UK, Vol 13, No 4, 2017, p 80-99
Improving clinical outcomes and reducing the cost of venous leg ulcers (VLUs) using an externally applied electroceutical therapy* in a Community NHS Trust (PDF)
Ovens et al 2019. Presented at Wounds UK 2018
Griffin J. Wounds UK 2013, Harrogate
Kurz et al. Int Wound J. 2023; 1-9
USE OF A NOVEL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION DEVICE TO KICKSTART HEALING IN TWO PATIENTS WITH LOWER LIMB ULCERS COMPLICATED BY DIABETES MELLITUS (PDF)
Dr Salma Alktebi and Dr Amira Al Adab
Wound Care and Plastic Surgery Team, Al Qassimi hospital, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Kiernan et al 2020: Presented at EWMA 2020
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE PAIN AND STIMULATE HEALING IN ARTERIAL ULCERS USING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION THERAPY (PDF)
Terrill P and Ovens L. Presented at EWMA 2022
Powering the progression of hard-to- heal wounds with electrical stimulation: observational analysis of wounds treated with Accel-Heal (PDF)
Harikrishna KR Nair, Professor and Head of the Wound Care Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Nair 2022. Wounds Asia: Products and Technology. 37-46
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE RESPONSE RATE TO A CONTINUOUSLY ACTIVE, SINGLE-USE ELECTRICAL STIMULATION DEVICE IN STATIC NON-HEALING WOUNDS (PDF)
Kurz P, Danner G and Martin R. Presented at EWMA 2022