Intermed

Our Brands

Wound Care

Acelity 

Acelity is a global wound care and regenerative medicine company created by uniting the strengths of Kinetic Concepts, Inc.,LifeCell Corporation and Systagenix Wound Management, Limited. The innovative and complementary Acelity product portfolio delivers value through solutions that speed healing and lead the industry in quality, safety and customer experience.

The Acelity portfolio includes the V.A.C. Therapy range of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, Systagenix Advanced Wound Dressings and Epidermal Harvesting.

 

Catalyst Medical NZ
Catalyst Medical

Australasian medical company aiming to bring the most innovative, cost effective technologies to the market with the view to these technologies having a direct impact on the patient’s clinical outcome and wellbeing.

Keraplast

Keragel, Keramatrix and Kerasorb are advanced wound care dressings containing functional Keratin. Developed and manufactured in Christchurch, these products facilitate healing by promoting Keratinocyte cells to quickly enter a natural healing phase and express important structural proteins required for wound healing.

Exciton

Exsalt SD7 Silver dressings are designed to be a broad spectrum antimicrobial barrier, utilising patented oxysalt technology to use an optimal concentration of silver.

Prontosan®

Ready to use products for cleansing, moisturising and decontamination of acute and chronic wounds, to aid in efficient wound bed preparation.

WOUNDCHEK Laboratories

WOUNDCHEK Laboratories is focused on developing novel wound diagnostic products to improve therapeutic outcomes in wound care.

WOUNDCHEK PROTEASE STATUS is the world's first point-of-care diagnostic test to detact Elevated Protease Activity (EPA) which indicates chronic inflammation of the wound and impedes healing.

PulseFlow Technologies

PulseFlow Technologies produce wearable technology for the treatment and potential prevention of Diabetic Foot Ulcers.

PulseFlowDF utilises cutting-edge wearable technology to combine two proven treatment strategies - offloading and intermittent pneumatic compression to optimise wound healing in the diabetic foot.