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Infections acquired by patients in the hospital, including those acquired during hospitalization and those acquired in the hospital and after discharge, are hospital-acquired infections. Infections that hospital staff acquire in the hospital are also hospital-acquired infections. Every year, hospital-acquired infections (HAI) cost $9.8 billion globally. The rate of healthcare-associated infections in high-income countries is 7.6%. It is 10.1% on average in low-income and middle-income countries. The high cost of treatment and high mortality of HAI have caused great distress to patients and hospitals. Winner Medical is committed to creating seven solutions for infection prevention for medical staff and patients in all scenarios, including the operating room, ICU, hemodialysis department, CDC, and other infection-prone environments. We provide products and services at one time for surgical solutions,surgical solution of Winner Medical include preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative product series. 

According to relevant data released by the World Health Organization in 2019, the compound growth rate of the diabetic foot, venous ulcers, and pressure sores exceed 6%. The future growth of wounds mainly focuses on chronic wounds. As the population in China is aging, the treatment of chronic wounds caused by elderly-related diseases has become a major topic in contemporary medical care. Chronic wounds refer to wounds with prolonged healing time, which cannot heal themselves normally and require an external force to heal. Common chronic wounds include venous ulcers, arterial ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers, wounds of delayed healing during surgery, and sinus undermining. 

Winner Medical helps medical staff to conduct comprehensive assessments based on the wounds of patients and provide solutions based on mild to severe exudate to provide multiple product combinations. Alginate dressings, hydrocolloid dressings, and silicone gel applications can be used for mild to moderate exudate wounds. Foam dressings, super-absorbent pads (including SAP), and negative pressure drainage dressings are recommended for moderate to severe exudate wounds. Clinical experiments have proved that high-end dressings can remove wound exudate and necrotic tissue in time,  reduce the number of dressing changes, shorten the dressing time and reduce medical costs.