Partial Thickness Burn Clinical Trial
Evaluation of the SpinCare™ System in the Treatment of Partial Thickness Burns - A Prospective Single Arm, Safety and Efficacy, Open Labeled Multi-center Study
Evaluation of the SpinCare™ System in the Treatment of Partial Thickness Burns. A prospective, single arm, safety and efficacy, open labeled multi-center study
The SpinCare is an electrospinning portable device intended for the external treatment of
burns and wounds. The SpinCare is the first made on the spot, bed side, and completely
personalized dressing system; with excellent coverage of all size, shapes and difficult
contours. The nano-fibrous dressing mimics the structure of natural body tissue and creates
excellent medium for tissue repair and healing.
The objective of this study is to evaluate the performance, safety and efficacy of the SpinCare System in the treatment of superficial to intermediate partial thickness burns.
The study will include up to 6 sites. Adult patients with superficial to intermediate partial thickness burns (second degree superficial to intermediate) of up to 10% TBSA (Total Body Surface Area); with an independent burn of up to 5% TBSA.
A prospective single arm, safety and efficacy, open labeled, multi-center study for the treatment of partial thickness burn wounds not considered for surgery using the SpinCare System.
20 patients will be enrolled in the study.
- Wound healing and re-epithelialization on day 21.
- The burn will be considered healed when at least 95% of the total area is re-epithelialized and no scabs exist.
- Ease of use
- At postoperative days 7, 14, 21
- Dermal safety assessed by Draize Score
- Visual estimate of wound healing and re-epithelialization
- Itching and scar quality at 3 and 6 months
- Itching and scar quality at 12 months (optional)
- Device related adverse events ;