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Save Lives & Limbs

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Chronic wounds affect 1 in 20 Singaporeans and require long-term medical care with advanced wounds sometimes resulting in limb amputation.

Our mission is to provide end-to-end wound care solutions that take patients from chronic to closure. ​

Cuprina Wound Care Solutions seeks to advance treatment options and alleviate patient suffering for an improved quality of life. We are driven to develop cost-conscious products with high clinical efficacy rates for more effective, rapid wound closure.​

The 3 Phases of Wound Healing

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Phase 1  ​


Phase 2 ​


Phase 3 ​


Healing process triggered, immune system works to prevent infection​

New tissue and blood vessels begin to form​

Scar tissue forms, wound closes​

Wounds typically undergo three phases of healing: Inflammation, Proliferation, and Maturation.

Each phase requires careful management and different interventions to encourage and optimise wound repair. ​

Cuprina develops products tailored to each phase to ensure effective wound closure. ​​



Our MEDIFLY products are bio-dressings made of live, medical-grade maggots. The maggot species we use are Lucilia cuprina and contain antimicrobial properties that make them ideal for cleaning wound beds and ridding them of pathogens. 
We offer two MEDIFLY product variations, Free Range and Baggots, to address different types of wound bed. 
Watch the video below to find out how MEDIFLY works
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 MEDIFLY Free Range 
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 MEDIFLY Baggots
Explainer Video
What is MEDIFLY?

Trusted by leading hospitals and healthcare providers

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Insights into MDT for Wound Care.PNG


The combined use of maggot debridement therapy (MDT) and negative pressure wound therapy for the management of patients with diabetes foot osteomyelitis (DFO)

International Journal of Integrative Biology: Antibacterial activity of Lucilia cuprina maggot extracts and its extraction techniques

Larval Debridement Therapy Versus Sharp Debridement to Remove Biofilm

Maggot Debridement Therapy and its role in chronic wound management

Maggot debridement therapy: A practical review

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