CACIPLIQ20® – Chronic wound

Regenerating matrix-based therapy for chronic wound healing: a prospective within-subject pilot study

Groah SL, Libin A, Spungen M, Nguyen KL, Woods E, Nabili M, Ramella-Roman J, Barritault D.

The aim of this study was to determine whether a skin-specific bioengineered regenerating agent (RGTA) heparan sulphate mimetic (CACIPLIQ20) improves chronic wound healing.
The design of this article is a prospective within-subject study. The setting was an urban hospital. Patients were 16 African-American individuals (mean age 42 years) with 22 wounds (mean duration 2.5 years) because of either pressure, diabetic, vascular or burn wounds.
Two participants each were lost to follow-up or removed because of poor compliance, resulting in 18 wounds analysed. Sterile gauze was soaked with CACIPLIQ20 saline solution, placed on the wound for 5 min, then removed twice weekly for 4 weeks. Wounds were otherwise treated according to the standard of care.
Twenty-two percent of wounds fully healed during the treatment period. Wounds showed a 15.2-18.1% decrease in wound size as measured by the vision engineering research group (VERG) digital wound measurement system and total PUSH scores, respectively, at 4 weeks (P = 0.014 and P = 0.003).
At 8 weeks there was an 18-26% reduction in wound size (P = 0.04) in the remaining patients. Wound-related pain measured by the visual analogue pain scale and the wound pain scale declined 60% (P = 0.024) and 70% (P = 0.001), respectively. Patient and clinician satisfaction remained positive throughout the treatment period.
It is concluded that treatment with CACIPLIQ20 significantly improved wound-related pain and may facilitate wound healing. Patient and clinician satisfaction remained high throughout the trial.

CACIPLIQ20® – Chronic wound

Regenerating matrix-based therapy for chronic wound healing: a prospective within-subject pilot study

Groah SL, Libin A, Spungen M, Nguyen KL, Woods E, Nabili M, Ramella-Roman J, Barritault D.

The aim of this study was to determine whether a skin-specific bioengineered regenerating agent (RGTA) heparan sulphate mimetic (CACIPLIQ20) improves chronic wound healing.
The design of this article is a prospective within-subject study. The setting was an urban hospital. Patients were 16 African-American individuals (mean age 42 years) with 22 wounds (mean duration 2.5 years) because of either pressure, diabetic, vascular or burn wounds.
Two participants each were lost to follow-up or removed because of poor compliance, resulting in 18 wounds analysed. Sterile gauze was soaked with CACIPLIQ20 saline solution, placed on the wound for 5 min, then removed twice weekly for 4 weeks. Wounds were otherwise treated according to the standard of care.
Twenty-two percent of wounds fully healed during the treatment period. Wounds showed a 15.2-18.1% decrease in wound size as measured by the vision engineering research group (VERG) digital wound measurement system and total PUSH scores, respectively, at 4 weeks (P = 0.014 and P = 0.003).
At 8 weeks there was an 18-26% reduction in wound size (P = 0.04) in the remaining patients. Wound-related pain measured by the visual analogue pain scale and the wound pain scale declined 60% (P = 0.024) and 70% (P = 0.001), respectively. Patient and clinician satisfaction remained positive throughout the treatment period.
It is concluded that treatment with CACIPLIQ20 significantly improved wound-related pain and may facilitate wound healing. Patient and clinician satisfaction remained high throughout the trial.