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CHICAGO, Feb. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Research published in the February issue of Journal of Wound Care (JWC) concludes the unique micro-anchor skin closure device known as BandGrip is more than five times faster in closing all orthopedic incisions studied compared to traditional sutures. The time-savings finding in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR), simply arthroscopy and general incisions could result in surgeons seeing fewer wound infections following surgery. Surgeons have long believed infections might be associated with longer wound closure time. “BandGrip allows for efficient surgical incision closure,” notes the study’s lead author, Brian Cole, M.D., M.B.A., a world-renowned orthopedic sports medicine surgeon, specializing in shoulder, elbow and knee at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. “Time to surgical skin incision closure is significantly less with the use of ...

Bandgrip Sticks With Surgeons As They Practice Telemedicine

CHICAGO, Aug. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- BandGrip, the innovative micro-anchor skin closure, is improving the patient experience in the midst of a pandemic. This new technology is replacing sutures and staples in the operating room and then empowering patients to recover from the comfort of their home amid COVID-19. Patients no longer need to return to their doctor's office to get traditional wound closures taken out.  BandGrip supports patients safely removing the bandage themselves and then using video conferencing with their physicians to exam their surgical incision.  


Both the CDC and WHO are advocating for telemedicine to monitor patients and reduce risks of them spreading the virus by traveling to hospitals. This is only helpful if the products used are able to support telemedicine technology. Here are some of the advantages doctors and their patients enjoy about using BandGrip, the telemedicine suture™: Keeping patients safe from possible exposure to the coronavirus Ease of use and time savings during application and removal Removing their own BandGrip dressing at home Cutting health care costs by holding post-op visit online

Bandgrip Joins Forces With Medline

CHICAGO, April 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- BandGrip, innovator of the Micro-Anchor Skin Closure, has formed an exclusive sales, marketing and distribution agreement with Medline Industries, Inc., a global manufacturer and distributor of healthcare products.

Recently Featured On 4 Your Health News: BandGrip, The New Way to Heal From Surgery

Try it Yourself Find out how our revolutionary Micro-Anchor technology is transforming the way we treat wound closures.

BandGrip Partners with OrthoIndy, Bringing Wound Closure Innovation to Operating Rooms in Indianapolis

Chicago-based medical device company BandGrip, transforming the wound-closure market with its Micro-Anchor Skin Closures, connects with Indianapolis-based orthopedic practice OrthoIndy to improve patient outcomes while saving surgical time. 

Rise in Orthopedic Surgeries Prompts Release of New Wound Closure Device from BandGrip, Inc

An aging population has made orthopedic surgery more essential than ever before, with nearly 7 million Americans expected to undergo a procedure each year by 2020. This increasing need has resulted in numerous advancements in orthopedic technology, leading to the development of less invasive procedures and the creation of more durable implants.

Top 10 Orthopedic Solution Providers of 2019 by MedTech Outlook

BandGrip, Inc., creator of BandGrip advanced wound closure solutions, is proud to announce that is has been named one of the Top 10 Orthopedic Solution Providers of 2019 by MedTech Outlook, an industry magazine committed to covering the trends, challenges, and solutions that impact the healthcare and medical device sectors.