Wound treatment with Inventia Life Science: printing instead of grafting

Wound treatment: printing instead of grafting

Interview with Jason Leavens, Head of Product - Ligō, Inventia Life Science


Image: Man with a grey jacket at a trade fair stand with his hand resting on top of a robotic arm - Jason Leavens; Copyright: beta-web/Roth

André Ramos

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Image: A hand leads a robotic arm with a surgical instrument; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf
Image: Model of a human back with a wound above the coccyx, over which a cylinder-shaped printing head hovers; Copyright: beta-web/Roth

The printer head of Inventia Life Science's bioprinting platform could be used in future to support the healing process of chronic wounds and of surgical wounds.

Image: A cylinder-shaped printer head with several chambers is lying on top of a desk's plate; Copyright: beta-web/Roth

The printer head will contain - besides cells - two components that will react with each other when get in contact with on the wound.

Image: Man with glasses and beard - Timo Roth; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz

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