Transform wound care through new ways of seeing
With the introduction of Odinwell optical technology, the world can welcome a completely new way of looking at the complex healing process of a wound, without removing the dressing. This makes it possible to provide more accurate and quicker treatments, and has the potential of lowering risks of infections, reducing use of antibiotics, and lowering total cost of care.
Below the barrier
Based on fiber optics and fluorescent light, the unique Odinwell technology allows medical solution providers to enhance their current range of dressings with new ways of “seeing”. By simply adding optical sensors to a dressing, a wide range of biomarkers indicating for example signs of infection, blood, fluids and pressure, can be detected. The wound can be properly assessed, in real time, without the risk of disturbing the sensitive healing process by tearing off the protective barrier of the dressing.Go deeper »
Set a new standard for wound care
Dressings enhanced with Odinwell technology have the potential of setting a new global standard for wound care management. With more accurate and timely dressing changes possible, outcomes for patients, clinics and healthcare at large will quickly improve. And by gaining new knowledge and insights into the healing process of a covered wound, a whole new range of products and solutions is possible. To find out more and join us in our current development projects, click below.Explore together »
Taking on a long-standing challenge
Earlier efforts into finding ways to create an ideal wound healing environment have mainly focused on developing new dressing materials. The core team behind Odinwell had a different idea. Instead, they decided to take on a long-standing challenge; how to optimize the change frequency of a dressing. Drawing from their experience in medtech, and fiber optics in particular, they decided to use light as their main tool. They were also determined to come up with a solution that would be accessible to the great many.More on our minds »