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Purdue Materials Engineers developed an ozone generating patch to treat chronic wounds.

By Purdue University09.03.20
Chronic wounds frequently don't heal well and are costing the U.S. healthcare industry about $20 billion annually.
 
Purdue Materials Engineers have developed an ozone generating patch for chronic wound treatment. It's designed to be battery-powered, portable, and low-cost for patients to be able to use at home. The Purdue team’s work is published in the journal Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology.

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