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Arobella Medical, LLC Launches Qoustic Wound Therapy System(TM)
Date:2/11/2008

l force of sound pressure waves that can displace small molecules and move fluids along and/or through cell membranes. Together, these effects alter cellular activity and protein synthesis, both of which are critical in repairing tissue damage. Scientific studies have demonstrated that ultrasound debridement is a convenient and effective wound care technique.

About Arobella Medical, LLC

Arobella Medical, LLC is Minneapolis-based medical device company specializing in low-frequency ultrasound for wound care and other wound management therapies. Arobella Medical, LLC is positioned to become a leader in advanced ultrasound wound care technologies and devices. Arobella Medical, LLC co-founder and CEO Eliaz Babaev has more than 45 years of experience developing, designing and commercializing medical devices that use ultrasound. For more information, go to http://www.arobella.com.


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