With the generous innovation and research contribution of £12,000 from the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) BioMonde is completing research on the structure and effect of larvae secretions of the fly strain Lucilia sericata. This EU grant funding supports BioMonde’s commitment to research and development to meet unmet market needs through the understanding of the capabilities of the natural power of larvae. This funding provides BioMonde with an opportunity to complete in-vitro testing of larval secretions to identify future product application opportunities. BioMonde is dedicated to successful outcomes for patients and this fund allows BioMonde to invest in the future of larvae in healthcare and support the growth of manufacturing in South Wales.
The United Kingdom formally leaves the European Union on 31 January 2020 with a Withdrawal Agreement.
We will continue to supply all customers as currently during the Transition Period.
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We're pleased to be kicking off our 2020 conference schedule by exhibiting at Wound Care Today 2020.
Wound Care Today offers delegates a unique learning platform, FREE of charge, to enhance their delivery of care through clinical updates, personal development, practical learning zones and networking in a friendly and open environment.
The event takes place on February 26th & 27th at the Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes and you can book your free place at the event by registering here: https://www.woundcare-today.com/events/book/5
BioMonde will be exhibiting on both days so please join us on stand 4 if you're in attendance.
BioMonde is once again looking forward to supporting Wounds UK and exhibiting at the Annual Conference in Harrogate.
The event continues to be the largest exhibition of Wound Care companies in the UK with more than 1,300 visitors expected over three days. With over 17 hours of fresh clinical content scheduled, the conference takes place between 4-6 November 2019 and BioMonde is pleased to be exhibiting for the duration of the event.
If you're attending Wounds UK this year, please join us on stand 27 to discuss our range of Larval Therapy products and to learn more about their usage in lower limb wounds. There will also be a symposium (hosted by Duncan Stang & Jemell Geraghty) on Tuesday 5 November which focuses on the appropriate and effective use of Larval Therapy in lower limb wounds:
BioMonde is once again looking forward to supporting the Tissue Viability Society and exhibiting at TVS 2019 - The Conference.
The annual conference, which is a flagship event for the society, is taking place on the 1st & 2nd May at St Mary's Stadium, Southampton. The event attracts delegates from across the UK and boasts an agenda which covers all areas of tissue viability including politics, research & innovation, leadership, clinical practice and multidisciplinary working.
BioMonde will be exhibiting at the event on both days so please join us on stand 50 to learn more about our larval debridement therapy products and the range of support services available.
TVS 2019: https://tvs.org.uk/2019-conference/
Larval Therapy made an appearance on BBC One this week as the tried and trusted therapy was introduced during the latest episode of Casualty on Saturday evening.
The use of the therapy, also described as 'maggot therapy' during the show, was instigated by Dr. Dylan Keogh - an innovative clinician who had recognised the potential advantages of the therapy during a previous episode. In this instance, the treatment was used to debride a pressure ulcer on the back of a young male patient.
Casualty is a British medical drama series that airs on BBC One during prime time on Saturday evenings. Since launching in 1986, the show has aired over 1,000 episodes and regularly attracts between 4-5 million viewers.
The episode is available on BBC iPlayer and can be accessed by using the following link:
(BBC Casualty - Series 33: Episode 28)