WCW: Using a New Technology, MyOwn Skin, to Create a Skin Graft a new technology

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  1. I’m looking forward to the update! What an awesome way to be able to get a graft. Imagine not having to create another wound on a patient by removing a large area of their skin for a graft. I wonder, would this technique be more cost effective than other graft materials currently in use?

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  2. Amazing, but seems like something that we should have had before.
    Love your teaching videos. If I knew 40 years ago what I know now I would have gone into wound care. Had lots of experience with my husband's diabetic wounds.
    Blessings to you.

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  3. That is so interesting and I look forward to seeing how things go. I am sure your patient is looking forward to it even more than me though! I remember her first appointment, poor lady, it was a nasty injury, but her wound is looking so much better already. I hope this new technology does what it should for her.

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  4. Seems like an expensive and time consuming process. Aren't there other alternatives to heal this wound? What about an autologous split thickness graft or some of the other graft materials you've shown previously?

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