Company

Overview

Procellera Technology.  Inspired by the body. Powered by electricity. Energized by results.TM

Vomaris Innovations, Inc. is an electroceutical company specializing in microcurrent-generating solutions for the wound care market and beyond. Utilizing electricity to mimic the body’s own physiologic electric currents, which are essential for skin repair[1] and wound healing[2], Vomaris’ core technology platform employs imbedded microcell batteries that generate microcurrents in the presence of a conductive medium to harness the power of electricity to enhance healing[3].

Vomaris’ flagship product, Procellera Antimicrobial Wound Dressing, is the only wound dressing in the world powered by wireless advanced microcurrent technology. It is a new generation solution for wound and incisional care with demonstrated broad-spectrum antimicrobial1 and anti-biofim efficacy2, and the ability to accelerate cellular migration3 for enhanced wound healing.

Procellera is currently used in multiple acute and chronic wound care settings, including clinical, animal and consumer health. The company’s ongoing mission is to develop and deliver evidence-based, patient-focused and cost-effective solutions, backed by a commitment to quality and innovation for the improvement of lives.

Vomaris' Quality Management System complies with applicable FDA regulations and is certified to ISO 13485:2003.
 

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[1] Kim H, Makin I, Skiba J, Ho A, Housler G, Stojadinovic A, Izadjoo M. Antibacterial Efficacy Testing of a Bioelectric Wound Dressing Against Clinical Wound Pathogens.  The Open Microbiology Journal 2014; 8:15-21.

[2] Kim H, Skiba J, Makin I, Izadjoo M. Evaluating Anti-Biofilm Efficacy of a Wound Dressing in Mono- and Multi-species Poloxamer Biofilms. Presented at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Las Vegas, NV 2014; (suppl):LB024.

[3] Banerjee J, Ghatak P, Roy S, Khanna S, Sequin EK, Bellman K, Dickinson BC, Suri P, Subramaniam V, Chang CJ, Sen CK.  Improvement of human keratinocyte migration by a redox active bioelectric dressing. PLOS ONE. 2014; 9(3).