Accel-Heal Technologies Limited

Accel-Heal Technologies Limited is a UK-based company that was established to continue the development of unique electrical stimulation products to help transform clinical and health economic outcomes in patients with painful and hard-to-heal wounds.

Electrical stimulation is one of the most evidence-based technologies in wound management with five meta analyses9–13 and over 30 RCTs published today.2,6 Accel-Heal Technologies now provides electrical stimulation in a small portable device, providing uninterrupted use across all care settings.

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Transform Patient Outcomes

Electrical stimulation has a real potential to transform outcomes in patients suffering from painful, hard-to-heal wounds. It is now one of the most evidence-based therapies in wound management having shown its efficacy to stimulate healing and help to relieve pain in numerous clinical trials. The challenge has always been how to incorporate what has been perceived as a complex therapy, into frontline clinical practice. Accel‑Heal, as a pre-programmed, single-use, portable and easy to use electrical stimulation device, has been developed to address this challenge.



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2. Guest J, Singh H, Rana K, Vowden P. Cost-effectiveness of an electroceutical device in treating non-healing venous leg ulcers: results of an RCT. J Wound Care. 2018;27(4):230-243.

6. Guest JF, Ayoub N, Greaves T. Clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness of an externally applied electroceutical device in managing venous leg ulcers in clinical practice in the UK. J Wound Care. 2015;24(12):574-580.

9. Girgis B, Duarte J. High Voltage Monophasic Pulsed Current (HVMPC) for stage II-IV pressure ulcer healing. A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Tissue Viability. 2018;27(4):274-284.

10. Khouri C, Kotzki S, Roustit M, Blaise S, Gueyffier F, Cracowski J. Hierarchical evaluation of electrical stimulation protocols for chronic wound healing : An effect size meta-analysis. Wound Repair Regen. 2017:883-891. doi:10.1111/wrr.12594

11. Lala D, Spaulding S, Burke S, Houghton P. Electrical stimulation therapy for the treatment of pressure ulcers in individuals with spinal cord injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis. . Int Wound J. 2016;13(6):1214-1226.

12. Gardner S, Frantz R, Schmidt F. Effect of electrical stimulation on chronic wound healing: a meta-analysis. Wound Repair Regen. 1999;7(6):495-503.

13. Liu L, Moody J, Gall A. A Quantitative, Pooled Analysis and Systematic Review of Controlled Trials on the Impact of Electrical Stimulation Settings and Placement on Pressure Ulcer Healing Rates in Persons With Spinal Cord Injuries. Ostomy Wound Manag. 2016;62(7):16-34.

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