When a wound is difficult to heal, one of the solutions is electrostimulation, which can allow the healing process to start again. 

The operation

Applied to a wound that is overdue for healing, WoundEL® will reproduce the endogenous electrical current to stimulate all the factors that contribute to healing. 

The current is evenly distributed at the dressing electrode, which also maintains a moist environment for healing. 

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3. Young, S., Hampton, S. and Tadej, M., Study to evaluate the effect of low-intensity pulsed electrical currents on levels of edema in chronic non-healing wounds., J Wound Care, 2011; 20 (8): 368, 370-3.
4. Leloup P, Toussaint P, Lembelembe JP, Célérier P, Maillard H. The analgesic effect of electrostimulation (WoundEL®) in the treatment of leg ulcers. Int Wound J. 2015 Dec;12(6):706-9.

The benefits and indications

Stimulation and orientation of cell migration

Increase in capillary density

On chronic wounds or delayed healing : 

  • Necrotizing angiodermitis
  • Venous and arterial ulcers
  • Bed sores
  • Diabetic foot sores


WoundEL® innovation

WoundEL® treats chronic wounds through electrostimulation by combining the benefits of controlled healing with those of daily electrostimulation sessions. 

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