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Zlatko Rihter appointed new CEO of Mölnlycke
Zlatko Rihter has been appointed President and CEO of the medical solutions company, Mölnlycke Health Care AB.
Mölnlycke launches new wound care patient educational resources to support patients and carers during the coronavirus pandemic
26 June 2020. Milton Keynes. Mölnlycke launches a suite of new patient educational resources to support wound care practice during the coronavirus...
Mölnlycke employees volunteering at the front line
Mölnlycke takes pride in having a highly trained workforce as many of our employees have a clinical background.
A message from our UK General Manager, Nick Rothwell
The current coronavirus pandemic is placing huge pressures on our health service and our much-valued customers, moving us all into unseen territory in...
March 17, 2020
How we handle the Covid-19 situation
Being a provider of medical devices for health care professionals – many of which are critically needed to combat the evolving COVID-19 situation –...
Biogel gloves the first choice for Mercy Ships surgical skills training
Mr Nathan Coombs is a Senior Consultant General Breast and Endocrine Surgeon and a Royal College of Surgeons Surgical Tutor for the Great Western Hospit...
New research finds inferior wound dressings may contribute to NHS inefficiencies and reduced patient quality of life
Wound dressing changes take place on average every three days or more frequently, partly due to low quality dressings on formularies across the country...
John Timmons, Medical Director
As a qualified nurse and Mölnlycke’s Medical Director, I have seen first hand the devastating effects of healthcare associated infections on patients,...
More than 9 in 10 UK surgeons encounter a needlestick injury
93% of practicing UK surgeons agreed that high quality gloves reduce exposure to blood-borne viruses; 73% said that glove failure increases the risk of...
New research finds UK nurses carry out 180 wound dressing changes a year – on each chronic wound patient
Chronic wounds, such as diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers and venous leg ulcers, take more than 8 months to heal for the average patient and some wi...
Mölnlycke acquires German wound care company SastoMed GmbH
The world-leading medical solutions company, Mölnlycke, has acquired German wound care products company, SastoMed GmbH. The deal adds new, award-winning...