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Halscion is developing a hydrogel scaffold to improve wound healing and the resulting scar consequences following suturing of a wound. The device is a single-use hydrogel scaffold applied during surgery to the dermal-subdermal interface of the wound by injection. It is a passive hydrogel scaffold comprised of biocompatible materials that provide a structural framework upon which wound healing cells, such as fibroblasts, can migrate into the wound and organize. This scaffold allows the patient's ...Show all

Halscion is developing a hydrogel scaffold to improve wound healing and the resulting scar consequences following suturing of a wound. The device is a single-use hydrogel scaffold applied during surgery to the dermal-subdermal interface of the wound ...Show all

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1325 Satellite Blvd
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Suwanee, 30024
Georgia, United States

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Halscion $13.8M Jun 27, 2012
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Methods and compositions for wound treatment Nov 01, 2012 Feb 07, 2017 Patent
Hydrogel adapted for treatment of acute dermal wounds Apr 30, 2014 Application