Safety Study of a Novel Wearable Phototherapy System for the Management of Acute Burn Wounds

ClinicalTrials.gov
30 Jan, 2020 ,

The primary purpose of this first-in-human, an early feasibility study is to assess the safety and feasibility of the Low-Irradiance Monochromatic Biostimulation (LIMB) System as a phototherapeutic intervention for the management of acute burn wounds. The prototype LIMB device will be evaluated for the occurrence of adverse events (treatment-related or otherwise) of the LIMB System, a portable, wearable, light-emitting system developed by Rogers Sciences, Inc. (RSI). The device will be administered in the small feasibility pilot to confirm design, usability and operating specifications that will inform procedures and endpoints of a subsequent large, multicenter clinical trial.

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