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CamStent Ltd is an emerging medical materials company based in Cambridge, UK. We are focused on building revenues through the development and licensing of proprietary polymer coatings that resist attachment of biofilms. Our lead product is an antimicrobial compound that resists colonization by microorganisms responsible for hospital-acquired infections..

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Honey Works

I am fascinated by the different ways we can look at tackling Urinary Tract Infections. At Camstent we use polymers to prevent the...

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Catheters that detect CAUTI onset

This development could help hospitals to more easily identify patients who need therapy, but also greatly assist in the evaluation of new...

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Biofilms and Catheters: Mechanisms of Infection

Reviewing the progress made to establish the link between bacterial biofilms on device surfaces and hospital acquired infections in...

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Mechanism of damage and infection in CAUTI

A recent review in Nature Microbiology details the sequence of events leading from biofiilm formation to CAUTI. A good use of graphics to...

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High HAI rates equal cash penalties in the US

US Hospitals face reduced Medicare receipts due to high levels of Hospital Acquired Conditions. the article in the Detroit News says 3...

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