Changing the life of patients globally
Reapplix’s first product, the 3C Patch® System is designed to help the suffering of patients with non-healing wounds like diabetic foot ulcers; a condition associated with the co-morbidity of amputations and mortality.
3CPatch® UNIQUE and 100% natural
A small blood sample is drawn directly into the 3C Patch® device. No additives are needed.
The nurse places the blood sample directly into the 3CP® Centrifuge. The process takes about 20 minutes.
After the 3CP process is complete the moist 3C Patch® is ready.
The 3C Patch® is applied directly to the wound. Multiple patches can be used for larger wounds.
Large public healthcare cost
In Europe, the heavy costs from diabetic foot ulcers and complications exceed those of major cardiac diseases.2
In the US, recent estimates of the cost to Medicare for DFUs range from 6.2 billion USD when the DFU is the primary diagnosis up to 18.7 billion USD with secondary diagnoses.3
The number of people in the world with diabetes has nearly quadrupled in the past 40 years and data show their lifetime risk of developing a foot ulcer is currently 25%.1
Lifetime risk of foot ulcer for any diabetic is around 25%
In July 2018, Reapplix moved forward, based on the strong clinical results of the recent independent RCT, and has formed Reapplix Inc. based in Texas to bring the 3C Patch® System onto the US market.
Developing innovative solutions needed to help patients and society while also creating successful business is in the DNA of inventor Niels Erik Holm who is also known for inventing several successful medical devices (Insulin Infusion Set, Feeding tubes, Novolet Pen, Vivostat System, Seroma Set) and for generating over 60 patents. The NovoLet pen has sold over 750 million units.
Reapplix’s co-founders Niels Erik Holm and Rasmus Lundquist are both experienced and successful entrepreneurs driven to bring their proven value-based healthcare solution onto the market. Rasmus Lundquist, Reapplix’s Chief Scientific Officer, co-founded RAM Biotech Aps in 2001 prior to joining Reapplix and has a M.Sc. in biology and immunology from Copenhagen University and a graduate certificate in Bio Design from Stanford University.
Niels Erik Holm, Reapplix’s founder also invented the NovoLet pen, which has helped millions of diabetic patients all over the world since its introduction in the 1980s. Photo: Scanpix
1. Hurlow JJ, Humphreys GJ, Bowling FL, McBain AJ, “Diabetic foot infection: A critical complication.” Int Wound J.2018 Oct: 15(5):814-821 doi: 10.1111/iwj.12932. Epub 2018 May 28
2. Tchero H, Kangeambega P, Lin L, Mukisi-Mukaza M, Brunet-Houdard S, Briatte C, Retali GR, Rusch E, “Cost of diabetic foot in France, Spain, Italy, Germany and United Kingdom: A systematic review.” Ann Endocrinol (Paris). 2018 Apr.79 (2): 67-73 doi: 10.1016/j.ando.2017.11.005 . Epub 2018 Mar 12
3. Nussbaum SR, Carter MJ, Fife CE, DaVanzo J, Haught R, Nusgart M, Cartwright D., “An Economic Evaluation of the Impact, Cost, and Medicare Policy Implications of Chronic Nonhealing Wounds.” Value Health, 2018 Jan: 21(1) 25-32: 10.1016/jval.2017.07.007. E pub 2017 Sep 19