BCT was Presented at the 24th Conference of the EWMA, Spain

29, May 2014

AICHUNG, TAIWAN (May 29, 2014) -- Bio-medical Carbon Technology Co., Ltd. (BCT), a leading global wound dressing developer and manufacturer, announced the publication and presentation of its research results, in cooperation with Dr. Tzong-Shiun Li, M.D., a leading wound care expert in Taiwan, on wounds cared and treated by the KoCarbon, an activated carbon fiber cloth wound dressing, at the 24th Conference of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) held from 14-16 May 2014 at Madrid, Spain. The annual EWMA conference gathered wound-care experts, clinicians and company representatives from Europe as well as the rest of the world.

The KoCarbon wound dressing used by Dr. Li was the only dressing that is made of 100% activated carbon fibers produced from polyacrylonitrile. The feature of emission of far infrared ray from the fibers has attracted many attentions from the experts attending the conference.

Dr. Li was in cooperation with BCT on studying the effects of far infrared ray emitted from the activated carbon fibers to promote the growth of granulation tissues. He concluded that (1) the activated carbon fiber wound dressing is suitable for use on a large and deep wound; (2) the far infrared ray is significantly stimulating the blood circulation around the wound and promoting the growth of granulation tissues; (3) the dressing is effective in absorbing wound odor and bacteria.




 

About Bio-medical Carbon Technology
Bio-medical Carbon Technology, BCT, develops and manufactures ionic silver coated activated carbon fiber wound care dressings. Its products with proven effectiveness backed by the laboratory tests and clinical trials can treat a broad range of wound types, both acute and chronic wounds. It is proven that its products provide an easy, gentle, faster wound healing. BCT operates worldwide and is supported by its professionals and ongoing development and research. For more information, please visit www.bm-carbon.com

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