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Exec Chat: KCI CEO Andrew Eckert Foresees Big Year For Wound-Care Company

Executive Summary

Since selling its LifeCell aesthetic and surgical products business to Allergan in early 2017, Acelity has refocused its commercial efforts, and its name, on the KCI wound-care business, with significant investments in medical education, clinical studies and R&D in that sector, as well as the recent acquisition of UK-based Crawford Healthcare.

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