Nuo Therapeutics Presents New Clinical Evidence Supporting Aurix at 2015 SAWC Spring Meeting

GAITHERSBURG, Md., May 4, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nuo Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQX:NUOT), a pioneer in biodynamic therapies, today announced three patient case studies demonstrating the efficacious healing capabilities of Aurix™, a biodynamic hematogel, in treating chronic wounds were presented at the 28th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Spring Meeting, held in San Antonio, Texas from April 29 – May 3, 2015.

Shannon Payseur, MD, who specializes in wound care at DFW Wound Management PLLC, highlighted case studies for three patients with chronic infected wounds caused by chronic diseases in a poster titled, "Infected Hidradenitis and Diabetic Foot Wounds Respond to Biodynamic Hematogel," (Poster CS-097), during the SAWC-WHS Poster Gala on Friday evening.

Two of the patients treated have hidradenitis suppurativa, a painful condition that is usually misdiagnosed, leading to protracted management, disfiguring scars and severely impacted quality of life. The third has advanced diabetes, which impairs the healing process and places the patient at high risk for infection and subsequent amputation.

During treatment, Aurix was applied to each patient's wound once it demonstrated response to management of infection. Each patient received three treatments of Aurix, and in each case, experienced significant decreases in the area, volume and depth of their respective wounds, decreasing the anticipated time to resolution of their wound. Importantly, in the two hidradenitis cases, patients reported a reduction in pain from 10 to 0 and 10 to 1, respectively.

"For individuals with complicated chronic wounds, available treatment options are limited," said Martin Rosendale, Chief Executive Officer of Nuo Therapeutics. "Aurix is the first platelet and plasma therapy system to be cleared by the FDA for treatment of ulcers and wounds of all types and severities. Customer response to Aurix in treating these very complex wounds has been overwhelmingly positive. We are pleased with the growing body of clinical evidence demonstrating Aurix's efficacy as a viable treatment option for these wounds and enjoyed sharing it with SAWC attendees this past weekend."

About Nuo Therapeutics

Nuo Therapeutics, Inc. (the "Company") is a biomedical company that pioneers leading-edge biodynamic therapies for wound care. The Company's flagship product, Aurix is a biodynamic hematogel that harnesses a patient's innate regenerative abilities for the management of a variety of wounds. For additional information please visit

About Aurix

Aurix is the first platelet and plasma therapy system to be cleared by FDA for the management of a broad range of ulcers and exuding wounds, including:

  • All types (diabetic foot ulcer, venous leg ulcer, pressure ulcer, etc.),
  • All morphologies (partial thickness, full thickness and complex wounds),
  • All severities (tunneling, sinus tract, bone, tendon and hardware exposure).

Unlike other cellular-based treatment options, Aurix is an autologous biodynamic hematogel that is derived from a patient's own platelets and plasma. The product is used at the point-of-care to stimulate the natural wound healing process from deep within the wound bed. For additional information, please visit

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CONTACT: Nuo Therapeutics, Inc. Martin Rosendale, CEO 240-499-2680 Investors: The Ruth Group Lee Roth 646-536-7012

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