INTRODUCING THE 3C PATCH® AT DFCON
WE ARE AFTER 18ml OF BLOOD
Not to live forever, but to transform it into a 3-layer patch that can help heal your patient’s diabetic foot ulcer.
Sign up for the 3C Patch Workshop at DFCon and get a chance to WIN an iPad
What do vampires and 3C Patch have in common?
APPRECIATION FOR HUMAN BLOOD!
Blood plays an important role in the body’s capacity to heal – and each patient is central to that process. Using just a small sample of the patient’s blood – nothing else – the 3C Patch System separates, coagulates, and compacts the blood components into a solid patch comprising leukocytes, platelets, and fibrin5. The result is a single 3C Patch that uses only the patient’s own living cells to double the chances of healing1-3.
Stop by booth #304! Why?
We’ll let Dr. Martin Johnson explain it in a nutshell. He is much better at it than us!
HAVE WE GOT YOUR INTEREST?
Join our workshop at DFCon to make your personal entirely alive 3C Patch!
You’ll automatically enter the raffle to WIN an iPad or choose to donate the value to the American Limb Preservation Society
ONLY THE PATIENT’S LIVING CELLS TO DOUBLE THE CHANCES OF HEALING1-3
Completely proven to heal more wounds faster 1-3
3C Patch is backed by extensive clinical research, including a large (n=269), international, randomized controlled trial published in The Lancet showing that 58% more patients healed with 3C Patch compared to the best standard of care, and the time for healing was significantly shorter (p=0.0246).
The 3C Patch® System is FDA cleared and Nationally covered by Medicare.
What could be better than the patient’s own living cells to support wound healing?
3C Patch draws on the body’s capacity to aid its own healing process. Made only from the patient’s own blood – nothing else, the entirely alive cells in 3C Patch are continuously released. 3-5 3C Patch has been proven to double the chances of healing1-3.
Living cells from the patient’s blood
The 3C Patch continuously releases the patient’s own living cells – growth factors and immune cells– which can adapt to the wound environment3-5. They are known to give signals and orchestrate the wound healing process over time to get to wound closure.
Remarkably simple and immediately available
3C Patch is created through a completely automated centrifugation process, at the point of care. The 3C Patch® is ready when your patient needs it – the process takes approx. 15-20 min and the patch is placed on the wound immediately.
“The 3C Patch has been well received by both the patients and the staff. Because you are delivering the patient’s own growth factors and leukocytes, you may consider its use in most chronic wounds.“Read more…
Plastic Surgeon, Arizona
“I have been told that I was going to have my foot taken off and because I have a metal plate in my ankle it would have meant amputating at the knee. 3C Patch® is absolutely amazing.” Read more…
54-year-old patient, West Yorkshire
WOUND CARE SERVICE LINE DIRECTOR
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, Louisiana
3C Patch WORKSHOP
Experience how a 3C Patch is created!
Learn why it works – the Science and Technology behind 3C Patch.
Be amazed at how effective it is – RCT study results.
Duration – 45 minutes
Location – Room C3
The seats are limited so make sure to book yours right away!
Sign up for the 3C Patch Workshop
2. Löndahl, M., Tarnow, L., Karlsmark, T., Lundquist, R., Nielsen, A. M., Michelsen, M., Jørgensen, B. (2015). Use of an autologous leucocyte and platelet rich fibrin patch on hard-to-heal DFUs: a pilot study. Journal of Wound Care, 24(4), 172–8.
3. Lundquist, Jørgensen, Fagher, Löndahl (2015). 3C Patch™ – an adaptive triple layered autologous platelet and leukocyte rich fibrin patch and its clinical use in the treatment of hard-to-heal diabetic foot ulcers. Poster, Innovations in Wound Healing 2015.
4. Schmidt et al. (2019) “An autologous leukocyte and platelet-rich fibrin patch provides immune cells, cytokines and growth factors relevant for treating diabetic foot ulcers” Poster, ISDF 2019, The Hague, NL
5. Lundquist R et al. (2013). Characteristics of an autologous leukocyte and platelet-rich fibrin patch intended for the treatment of recalcitrant wounds. Wound Repair and Regeneration 21(1), 66–76