Advanced wound care. It's all we do and everything we do.

Advancis Medical is a UK based Advanced Wound Care Specialist -
A brand name of Brightwake Limited. We are a family run business with a strong track record of excellence and British ingenuity. From our origins in textile production, we have continued to grow and thrive in the medical sector - becoming the first medical company to launch 100% Medical Grade Manuka Honey products in the UK.
We are proud of our ability to develop and manufacture all our products in-house at our factory in Nottinghamshire, in doing so we are able to achieve high quality solutions at competitively low costs. 

 
Latest News
Latest News
20 Jan 2016
Read Professor Richard White's blog in reply to The Department of Health and NHS Supply Chain plans to push through Generic Specifications in wound care dressings. http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2016/01/19/richard-white-et-al-efficiency-savings-in-wound-care-must-not-compromise-patient-care/#respond
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18 Dec 2015
We are delighted to announce the successful UK Drug Tariff application of our latest innovation to the Eclypse range super absorbent dressings. With an established reputation for the rare mix of quality…
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13 Nov 2015
The Wounds UK Annual Conference was held on the 9th-11th November at the Harrogate International Centre. The annual event provides 3 days of top quality education provided by wound experts, as well as…
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Latest Events
Latest Events
10 Feb 2016
Held at the Hallam Conference Centre in London, the Heel is the second most common site for pressure ulcer development” Nursing Centre, 2015

This conference, chaired by Tina Chambers, Vice Chair of the Tissue Viability Society, focuses on a practical guide to eliminating heel pressure ulcers.

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23-24 Feb 2016
The London Nurse Show will meet the educational needs of acute nurses. The fully CPD-accredited show will run across two days providing hands-on, interactive workshops.

Each 1-hour workshop will be facilitated by nursing associations linked with the topic. Delegates will have the opportunity to share best practice that can be disseminated in the clinical setting.

London Nurse Show is being held in the iconic Alexandra Palace which is easily accessible by public transport and has plenty of free parking. For more information, please click here
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24 Feb 2016
The JCN Exhibition and Study days are an invaluable opportunity to meet with exhibitors, discuss latest products, treatments and techniques.  The event will focus on many important areas of a nurse's caseload and count towards Revalidation requirements.

Sessions in 2016 include:
  • NMC Revalidation – The JCN are providing a free and independent online tool to help manage a revalidation portfolio, offering guidance through the requirements and showing how the new tool will make the process easier
  • Wound Debridement – looking at the importance of wound debridement
  • NPWT – innovations in technology to deal with chronic wounds
  • Plus others to be announced
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Latest Updates

Stopping the Strikethrough

Eclypse Super absorbent strikethrough
"An 80 patient audit comparing 4 superabsorbent dressings - Zetuvit® Plus, Eclypse®, KerraMax™ and Flivasorb®

by Professor Linda Rafter


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Siltape Silicone Tape

 
"An innovative option for relieving friction and pressure ulcers”
by Alice V Hannan in Podiatry Today


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Multilayering of superabsorbent polymer dressings has no place in wound care

 
"Multilayering of superabsorbent polymer dressings has no place in wound care”
by Prof. Richard White

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Is it time to heal?
"A Time to Heal - Your guide to exudate management”
by Edwin T. Chamanga

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Periwound Skin Care

Skin Care Today (March/April)

 
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Have you seen our article on Skin Tears in Journal of Community Nursing
Have you seen our article on Skin Tears in Journal of Community Nursing
"A solution to cost-effective wound management in the community”
by Julie Evans


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