We are proud to launch our #WoundCareWarriors campaign to raise awareness, featuring the health care professionals who treat chronic and complex wounds and highlighting the use of Cryopreserved Umbilical Cord Allograft as an adjunct therapy to promote wound healing.
Professor of Surgery and Chief Division of Vascular Surgery
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
Amniox was proud to host our Industry Symposium this past weekend at SAWC 2020 Virtual featuring Dr. William Marston. Here is a snippet of Dr. Marston presenting the 1-year follow-up results to the Phase 2 Clinical Trial results for Amniox’s investigational new drug TTAX01.
If you attended SAWC 2020 Virtual, click here to login and watch Dr. Marston’s full presentation titled Promising Advancement in the Management of Complex Wounds.
Not an SAWC attendee? Simply sign up for our Physician Portal to see Dr. Marston present his full findings during our June webinar titled One-year safety, Healing and Amputation Rates of Wagner 3-4 Diabetic Foot Ulcers Treated with Cryopreserved Umbilical Cord (TTAX01).
Dr. Thomas Fusco, DPM
Foot & Ankle Specialist and Podiatric Surgeon with Orthopaedic Associates
Fort Walton Beach, FL.
By Neox Patient
A diabetic patient who contracted COVID and developed clots in his leg and had to have a hemipelvectomy. His wound developed MRSA. The patient was placed on palliative care, but his surgeon did not give up. She debrided the patient’s wound and used NEOX Cord 1k and NEOX FLO on the wound site. She was unsure NEOX would be enough, especially since this was her first time using it. The patient’s wound has since healed, and he is on his way to a second chance at life. Not all heroes wear capes, but our Wound Care Warriors harness the power of NEOX to help save lives one leg at a time.
By Jim Bishop, Amniox Sales Rep
Jim was working with a doctor who was frustrated with a non-healing complex chronic wound on one of his terminally ill patients. The patient had wounds in both feet that had not healed over one and a half years. Jim asked the doctor for the chance to show him what NEOX could do for that patient. The patient, a 47-year-old male, had lost all ten of his toes to amputation and had other comorbidities, including type 2 diabetes and pancreatic cancer. The doctor was sure he’d need to amputate this patient’s legs if his wounds did not heal. He had already tried other allografts that failed to achieve closure. The doctor placed two NEOX Cord 1K applications on the right foot, which completely healed after two months, and the left foot required three applications. When Jim saw the patient during his final application of NEOX, the patient held a new pair of custom-made orthopedic shoes and was ecstatic to wear shoes again. He thanked Jim profusely and said, “Even if I ‘go’ soon, I am so happy to be able to walk and enjoy my family now!”
As Wound Healing Awareness Month (WHAM) continues throughout June, we want to share an infographic to raise awareness of the importance of healing chronic wounds as part of our #WoundCareWarriors campaign. This campaign recognizes all wound care professionals as heroes who help save lives one wound at a time. Not all heroes wear capes, but they all have one thing in common – the desire for better patient outcomes.
Our Wound Care Chronicles infographic, which details the alarming facts impacting the quality of life for patients who suffer from DFUs and chronic wounds. See how Amniox Medical is doing its part, providing products made from cryopreserved umbilical cord and amniotic membrane as the weapon of choice for Wound Care Warriors battling complex chronic wounds.
In this webinar, Dr. William A. Marston will be showcasing the results from the one-year follow-up study to the Phase 2 open label, multicenter pilot study of Cryopreserved Umbilical Cord (cHUC) allograft TTAX01 for the treatment of Wagner Grade 3-4 diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs).
In this webinar, Dr. Bass will present his clinical experience using cryopreserved Umbilical Cord (cUC) allograft to help manage complications and expedite wound healing after lower limb amputation.
In support of Wound Healing Awareness Month (WHAM), we held a successful live webinar , led by Dr. William Marston on the use of Cryopreserved Umbilical Cord Allograft to Treat Wagner Grade 3-4 DFUs. Dr. Marston’s findings revealed positive outcomes from the 1-year follow-up of this pilot study and a promising future in the treatment of complex chronic wounds. This is the first study to tackle the treatment of Wagner Grade 3-4 DFUs.
You can watch the webinar recording at your convenience by signing up in our Physician Portal at by clicking here. Once registered, you can find the webinar under Virtual Events in the Webinar Archive.