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Applications of Placental Tissue in Dermatology: Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Use of placental tissues has been recorded for over a century, beginning in 1910 as an allograft during skin transplantation procedures.1 Today these tissues are used in a variety of applications including ophthalmology, burns, skin wounds, and chronic ulcers.1

Applications of Placental Tissue in Dermatology: Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Use of placental tissues has been recorded for over a century, beginning in 1910 as an allograft during skin transplantation procedures.1 Today these tissues are used in a variety of applications including ophthalmology, burns, skin wounds, and chronic ulcers.1

Vascular Disease Awareness Month

In 2016, cardiovascular disease (CVD) was the leading cause of death in the United States, claiming over 900,000 lives. All too…

A Look back at StimLabs in 2020

Bad companies are destroyed by crises; good companies survive them; great companies are improved by them. Andy Grove, CEO of…

First Patient Enrolled in Revita® Wound Care Study

We’re excited to announce the commencement of our second level 1 clinical study for Revita! This level 1 randomized controlled…

MMPs: A Surprising Ingredient in Healthy Wound Repair

How much do you really know about MMPs? MMPs are often portrayed as the adversary in wound repair and TIMPs…

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

By now, most of us have probably heard of hyaluronic acid (HA). Whether as a pain reliever for joints and…

Happy Independence Day from StimLabs! Wishing everyone a safe and happy fourth.

As a Veteran Owned Small Business, this day has special meaning to StimLabs. Today, we celebrate our freedom, honor the…