”After years of research we suddenly realised how to combine our findings. It was a eureka moment.”

Introducing Amferia wound dressing for animal care — binds and kills bacteria without harming the body

How antimicrobial hydrogel can revolutionize clinical treatments

Binds and kills 99.99% of bacteria without harming the body – even resistant bacteria

Binds and kills 99.99% of bacteria without harming the body – even resistant bacteria

How it works:

For decades, we’ve known that antimicrobial peptides are potent killers of bacteria. Peptides carry a positive electrostatic charge, which naturally attracts the negative charge bacteria carry. Once attached, the knife-like structure of peptides puncture bacterial membranes, killing the cells.  

What hasn’t been known—until now—is how to protect vulnerable parts of the peptide from natural enzymes in the human body. In nature, peptides are fragile molecules. Enzymes can destroy them in seconds. To be effective bacteria killers, peptides need protection.  

To be effective bacteria killers, peptides need protection  

Amferia solves that problem with an innovative, patented hydrogel platform that encases peptides in a solid gel, leaving only the knife-like structure free to attract and puncture bacterial cells.

Because peptides kill bacteria in a physical—as opposed to chemical—process, Amferia products kill even bacteria that has become resistant to antibiotic drugs.

Amferia’s hydrogel stabilizes and protects the peptides for up to five days in biological environments, keeping them actively killing bacteria that entire time. Amferia harnesses peptides in a safe, stable, non-toxic and clinically applicable form, allowing them to kill bacteria without harming anything else in the body.

Amferia’s proprietary antimicrobial technology consists of bio-inspired and amphiphilic antibacterial polymers that target, rapidly bind and kill up to 99.99% of bacteria upon contact—including numerous strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria like MRSA and MDR E. Coli

The material is selective and targets only bacteria while being entirely non-toxic to the human and animal body. 

Now, Amferia has developed this platform into its first in-market product—wound dressing for animal care. Ultimately, the goal is to bring this technology into the market as new and effective products to treat patients at risk of acquiring dangerous skin and wound infections. 

Amferia’s approach to killing bacteria

  • 1. Binds and kills bacterial loads in seconds—including antibiotic resistant bacteria
  • 2. Highly potent and targets only bacteria
  • 3. Completely harmless to human and animal cells
  • 4. Does not release any antimicrobials into the wound environment

Using antimicrobial peptides in new ways mimicking the immune system

The science:

Derived from the mammalian immune system, antimicrobial peptides are powerful molecules that can rapidly and selectively kill bacteria—including antibiotic resistant bacteria—and prevent bacterial infections.

Until today, antimicrobial peptides have had poor stability

These peptides have been present in mammals for millions of years and have a unique way of killing bacteria by rapidly disrupting the bacteria’s cell membrane through something called electrostatic and amphiphilic interaction. You can think of peptides as a highly specialised soap-like molecule designed to kill bacterial cells by ripping off their skin. 

Antimicrobial peptides carry a net-positive charge and a molecular structure that includes hydrophobic and hydrophilic characteristics. These two factors allow peptides to attract bacterial cells—which carry a net-negative charge and are also amphiphilic—and bind to them, before puncturing their membrane and killing the cell.

Peptides destroy bacterial cells in a physical process, which means bacteria have a very low probability of evolving resistance the way they have been able to against antibiotics, which work chemically. 

Until today, antimicrobial peptides have had poor stability. In the past, their fragility has made antimicrobial peptides challenging for clinical applications. High doses of antimicrobial peptides were needed, which increased costs and, since at those doses peptides were classified as pharma products, prolonged the time-to-market.

As a result, past efforts to develop market-ready products featuring this valuable antimicrobial technology have faced substantial hurdles.

Amferia has solved this problem by implementing a scientifically robust approach that covalently and permanently bind antimicrobial peptides to the surface of a soft, ordered and amphiphilic hydrogel pad.

These permanent bonds protect the vulnerable portion of the peptide molecule and fix them in place, while leaving their bacteria-killing mechanism free to attract and destroy bacterial cells. They also ensure no peptides leak into the wound. Antimicrobial peptides fixed to an underlying hydrogel pad allowed Amferia to develop a safe, efficient and cost-effective design for an antimicrobial wound dressing.  

Amferia has solved this problem by permanently binding the peptides to an amphiphilic hydrogel

This design provides the needed balance between stability and activity.

The end-product is a singular material that does not leach or release any peptides or substances into the body, but rather acts locally as a contact-killing medical device—which will enable faster clinical translation.

Previous antimicrobial peptide technologies utilize peptides in their pristine form, which renders them inactive in a few minutes. Amferia’s innovation enables the bound peptides to remain stable and active for up to five days. Current testing indicates the product we’re developing for wound care will be shelf-stable for up to eighteen months, and potentially up to two years.

Read about our first product using the technology >

Years of research yield a breakthrough innovation


Amferia’s technology is born out of years of research performed at Chalmers University of Technology. The concept behind Amferia’s antibacterial properties are enabled by a new material known as amphiphilic antimicrobial hydrogel.

An amphiphilic substance is one that displays both hydrophilic and hydrophobic characteristics. Comprised of more than 70% water, the hydrogel is soft and flexible, making it useful for numerous medical applications.

Amferia’s technology is based on a new material known as amphiphilic antimicrobial hydrogels

The surface of amphiphilic hydrogel consists of antimicrobial peptides that are covalently and permanently bound to the hydrogels amphiphilic structure—forming a single material. The material interacts with bacterial cells and, disrupts the bacterial cell wall rapidly, effectively killing the bacteria.

Testing proves that the amphiphilic antimicrobial hydrogel does not release any substances into the wound or the environment. This singular material can be configured into antimicrobial products ranging from wound care dressings to antiseptic sprays to mechanically durable devices such as catheters and implants.  

To date, analysis confirms that Amferia amphiphilic antimicrobial hydrogel has up to 99.99% kill rate against multiple gram-negative and gram-positive bacterial strains, including MRSA, MDR E. Coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

It has also been proven to be non-toxic to the body as per ISO 10993 biocompatibility evaluations, namely acute toxicity, cytotoxicity, skin sensitisation & irritation, implantation and material mediated pyrogenicity. 

Amferia's first product for human wound care and animal wound care has been developed for easy applicability and functionality, as proven in numerous pre-clinical and clinical studies. More products and broader applications are in the pipeline.

Read about possible applications of Amferia's innovation >

Amferia’s technology verified in scientific papers

Scientific evidence:

The antimicrobial efficacy of Amferia’s technology platform and its safety in lab and animal studies have been verified in numerous pre-clinical studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

The studies describe evidence of Amferia’s technology through fluorescence microscopy against multiple strains of bacteria, including resistant bacteria. An animal infection study demonstrates the real-time effectiveness of Amferia hydrogel in eradicating bacteria from a wound. 

In 2022, Amferia’s technology platform was verified in a new form for potential spray-based applications. The base technology was reformulated as small particles that can be sprayed for applications in deep wounds. The results demonstrated excellent reduction of the broad bacterial bio burden including resistant bacteria up to 4 log reduction (or 99.99%) bacterial colonies. This study and others are now published in peer-reviewed scientific journals as listed below. 

Pre-clinical studies in peer-reviewed scientific journals

First human study

Clinical studies:

In a study involving 40 healthy volunteers, Amferia dressing was applied on the intact skin of the subjects’ lower arms. The study was a randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled evaluation of the efficacy of Amferia dressing on eradicating bacteria from a clinically relevant surface. 

The human skin is a source of bacteria for certain wound infections, for example in surgery wounds. The reduction of bacteria on skin after three hours of dressing application was examined. An average bacterial reduction by 1,000 times (i.e. 99.9%) was observed after application of Amferia wound dressing. In some cases where bacterial load was high, an almost 99.99% reduction was seen (as below).

The image below shows swab cultures from one sample and demonstrates the antimicrobial efficacy of the Amferia hydrogel wound dressing on human skin. The study and statistical analysis is now completed and published in the Journal of Wound Care.

Amferia and Medspray awarded Eurostars Grant to develop Antimicrobial Spray for wound care

March 26, 2024

Amferia, specializing in antimicrobial peptide-hydrogel materials, and Medspray, a spray nozzle company renowned for its expertise in micro droplet spray technology, announce our joint success in securing a Eureka Eurostars grant. This grant will support our collaborative efforts to develop an advanced antimicrobial spray for wound care.

“With the growing need for new antimicrobial technologies to address bacterial infections, Amferia’s spray will be an important tool to fight life-threatening bacterial infections in skin and woundcare. The Eurostars funding is an important enabler for Amferia to accelerate the spray product development. We are inspired by the partnership with Medspray whose state-of-the-art microdroplet spray technology will be a key success factor for delivering the Amferia technology to patients in need across the globe ” - Anand Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia.  

The Eurostars program, dedicated to fostering collaborative research and development projects among SMEs across Europe, has awarded this prestigious grant to Sweden based Amferia AB and Netherlands based Medspray BV. This partnership underscores the shared commitment of both companies to leverage cutting-edge technologies and expertise to address a pressing healthcare challenge namely antimicrobial resistance.

Titled SURPAS (Treatment of SURgical wounds with a novel, innovative Peptide-hydrogel Antimicrobial wound Spray ), this project will focus on developing the spray, initially for surgical wound care with the ambition of infection prevention. The antimicrobial spray will harness the potent antimicrobial properties of peptide materials, offering a safe and targeted approach to preventing infections in wound care settings. Coupled with Medspray’s expertise in precision spray technology, the solution aims to deliver the peptide-hydrogel as micro droplet spray with optimal coverage and penetration, ensuring rapid and effective antimicrobial action without disturbing wound healing.

Han van Egmond, CEO of Medspray — “The combination of a low energy actuated, slow moving, fine mist combined with an antimicrobial peptide hydrogel, offers a potential solution for the fast growing antimicrobial resistance of bacteria, thereby contributing to patient comfort and reducing the related treatment costs.”

The Eurostars grant provides a significant boost to the collaborative efforts of Amferia and Medspray, enabling them to accelerate the development of their innovative antimicrobial spray for wound care. Beyond financial support, the grant opens doors to collaborative opportunities, knowledge exchange, and strategic partnerships within the European innovation ecosystem.

About Amferia                                                                                                                        

Amferia has developed a technology that kills 99,99% of bacteria, even resistant bacteria, without harming the body. The innovation is based on amphiphilic hydrogel with increased clinical stability, a material created after years of research in collaboration with Chalmers University ofTechnology in Sweden. Amferia’s first product offer is a wound-care dressing suitable for dry-to-low exuding wounds. The company’s anti-microbial platform solution can also be used on a wide range of wound care products, addressing antimicrobial  solutions from minor skin injuries and post-operative wounds to chronic wounds, trauma, and burn wounds. Read more about the products, team, technology and publications at www.amferia.com

About Medspray

Medspray is a privately owned company in Enschede, theNetherlands. With its 40 employees Medspray focuses on the development and manufacturing of micro spray nozzles which creates an ultra-soft mist. Medspray’s slogan is: ‘tiny technology for a sustainable future.’ Medspray aims to contribute to a sustainable world by developing innovative spray nozzles for user-friendly health and physical care products. The applications for the Medspray ranges from soft mist inhalation products that will require small and slow moving droplets up to target the lungs, as well as to the Beauty, Home andPersonal care segments like fine fragrance sprays where larger droplets or aerosols are required. www.medspray.com

About Eurostars

Eurostars is a European funding program dedicated to supporting collaborative R&D projects led by SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) across Europe. By fostering innovation, collaboration, and cross-border partnerships, Eurostars aims to drive economic growth, strengthen competitiveness, and promote technological advancement within the European innovation ecosystem.

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For more information, please contact:

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO, Amferia AB, anandk@amferia.com, +46 762 981 238.                                  

Han van Egmond, CEO, Medspray BV, han@medspray.com, +31 6 51 74 60 26

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Dr. Christian Nees joins as Clinical Advisor for Amferia's Animal Wound Care

February 19, 2024

Amferia AB welcomes Dr. Christian  Nees, veterinary surgeon and wound specialist, as Clinical Advisor for Animal Wound Care.

Dr. Nees is a veterinary surgeon with 35 years of experience in surgery and wound care. He was previously the head of Animal Health Hospital in Weingarten (Kleintierzentrum Weingarten), Germany.  Today, he coaches colleagues and wound care specialists in veterinary care. A leading voice in animal health in Germany, Dr. Nees built and led Kleintierzentrum Weingarten as one of the best hospitals  for small animals in Germany.  Dr. Nees will support and advise the Animal Health team at Amferia with medical and clinical affairs and clinical testing for further development and  strengthening of Amferia’s portfolio of Animal wound care products.  

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia− “It is a true honour to welcome Dr. Nees as an Advisor to Amferia. Amferia has had the privilege of collaborating with Dr. Nees on clincal testing over the last 4 years and his guidance has been important for our product development. We now look forward to jointly enable good products for addressing wound care in animal health.

Parvin Zamani joins Amferia as the Director of Partnerships & Strategy

February 13, 2024

Amferia AB welcomes Parvin Zamani  as the Director of Partnerships & Strategy. Parvin comes from an impressive background  in Business Development within the life-science industry.

Parvin has a solid background in various leadership roles within Sales and Business Development from both public and private life-science and biotech companies covering pharma, medtech and diagnostics, spanning over 25 years. Some of Parvin’s key roles over the years have been Vice  President of BD & Sales at DBI, Market Access Director at Allergan,  Associate Director, Compliance and Operations Regulatory Affairs Lead at MSD, BD Manager Large Scale projects at Philips Healthcare and Sales leadership roles at various med-tech companies including Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic and Bactiguard.

At Amferia, Parvin will be responsible for accelerating the global Animal Health portfolio with orchestrating strategic partnerships with leading veterinary manufacturers and distributors. Her extensive knowledge in deal orchestration, market access and on-the-ground  sales will be important for Amferia’s scale-up journey in animal wound care.

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia − “It is a true honour to work with Parvin, whose impressive knowledge of the field and guidance greatly strengthens Amferia’s position as a competent and cutting-edge SME with  precision in its numbers. We look forward to jointly grow the company, as we  set our sights on global growth of Amferia in animal wound care.

Parvin Zamani, Director of Partnerships & Strategy at Amferia − “I’m so proud and passionate about my collaboration with Amferia and I look so much forward to contributing to Amferia’s exciting scale up journey”

For more information, please  contact:
Anand Kumar Rajasekharan,  

CEO, Amferia,  +46 76 298 12 38 


Amferia AB signs major contract with Orkla Wound Care

December 4, 2023

Amferia has recently signed an exclusive Animal Health Private Label License and Purchase Agreement with Orkla Wound Care covering the Nordic region, Germany, Spain and Portugal for a period of 3 years with a possibility for extension.

Anand Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia — “Orkla Wound Care’s market leadership in wound care will spearhead Amferia’s vision of addressing antibiotic resistant wound infections in animal health. We are inspired by this partnership, which will bring our innovation together with a leading brand to a market where there is considerable need for new solutions. Amferia’s innovation has already received strong interest and positive feedback from veterinarians from across Europe, who immediately notice the potential of our new antimicrobial material within wound and infection management.”

The joint partnership with Orkla Wound Care will enable Amferia’s technology, through Orkla leading brand Snögg Animal Care, to reach the wider European veterinary market where wound care and infection prevention is of prime importance. This has been intensified with the growing threat of antibiotic resistant infections. Amferia and Orkla Wound Care’s partnership will build on extensive data and feedback from Amferia’s clinical testing across Europe. The joint efforts will aim to market the products under the brand Snögg Animal Care from 2024.

Maria Lundman Hedberg, CEO of Orkla Wound Care “We are excited about our collaboration with Amferia and bringing their innovative products to market under the brand Snögg Animal Care.  Amferia's pioneering antimicrobial wound dressing aligns seamlessly with our dedication to providing cutting-edge solutions to veterinarians through our Snögg Animal Care range. This collaboration strengthens our position as a leader in wound care, both for humans and animals.

About Amferia                                                                                                                        

Amferia's antimicrobial amphiphilic hydrogel kills bacteria, even resistant bacteria without harming the body. The material was developed through several years of research in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology and the first product from this technology platform is a wound-care dressing for dry-to-low exuding wounds. Amferia's innovative, anti-microbial solution can be used on wide-ranging wounds from simple skin injuries, post-operative wounds to chronic wounds and trauma / burn wounds. The WHO predicts that antibiotic-resistant infections, including those from wounds could become one of the leading causes of both illness and death over the next ten years. The material is being investigated for continuous development in several other areas, including sprays for deep wounds, and coatings for implants and a variety of catheters. Read more about the products, team, technology and publications at www.amferia.com

About Orkla Wound Care

Orkla Wound Care has a long tradition of developing, manufacturing and distributing market leading products within wound care and first aid. Orkla Wound Care is a part of the Orkla group, a public listed company on the Norwegian Stock Exchange, known for its active portfolio management targeting fast-growing consumer segments and markets.

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For more information, please contact:                                                                                    

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO, Amferia AB, anandk@amferia.com, +46 762 981 238.                    

Maria Lundman Hedberg, CEO, Orkla Wound Care AB, maria.lundman-hedberg@orkla.se, +46 706 398 661

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Ingvar Karlsson joins Amferia as the CFO

November 27, 2023

Amferia AB is happy to announce the appointment of Ingvar Karlsson as the Chief Financial Officer. Ingvar has extensive background in  financial management within a broad area including the life-science industry.  

Ingvar has a solid background as the CFO from both public and private companies covering Life science and Medtech, Automotive and premium consumer goods spanning over 40 years. Today,  he works both on the Board of cutting-edge life-science SME’s as well as provide service as CFO for their successful growth. Ingvar’s extensive  knowledge in financial management,  supply chain processes and capital planning of life  science companies, will be important for Amferia’s scale-up journey in both  human and animal wound care.  

Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia − “It is an honour to work  with Ingvar, whose impressive knowledge of the field and guidance greatly strengthens Amferia’s position as a competent and cutting-edge SME with  precision in its numbers. We look forward to jointly grow the company, as we set our sights on global growth of Amferia both in human and animal wound care.

Ingvar Karlsson, CFO of Amferia − “I look forward working with the team at Amferia. The company has a very interesting journey ahead. Amferia is en route towards internationalization and distribution of its products through partnerships in multiple countries. I am glad to work with companies like Amferia improving healthcare for both humans and animals. ”

Amferia selected as one of Sweden’s best, young deep technology companies by Ny Teknik’s prestigious 33-listan

November 20, 2023

The significance of the list is that Amferia, as one among the 33 young Swedish companies is deemed to have high potential to become future growth companies. The companies selected to be on the list after rigorous evaluation by the jury, are judged to be innovative, have scalable business models and have the potential to grow quickly on the Swedish and global market.

Infections are a difficult healthcare problem, exacerbated by antibiotic resistance. Amferia’s innovative antimicrobial material is an effective, safe and sustainable way to address life threatening bacterial infections, especially within the filed of medical devices. This is equally important in both human and animal health, and we are bringing products built on our technology rapidly to the market.

The recognition by Nyteknik is an important achievement for Amferia attesting to our measured yet rapid progress of a deep technology breakthrough innovation to the clinic. And most importantly, our deepest gratitude to our collaborators in the clinics who clearly saw the need and importance of our technology in addressing an acute global healthcare threat.

Our colleague Edvin Blomstrand now holds a PhD in Materials Science from Chalmers

September 26, 2023

Amferia is thrilled to announce that our exceptional Research Engineer, Edvin Blomstrand, has successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled "Amphiphilic Hydrogels Functionalized with Antimicrobial Peptides for Wound Care" at Chalmers tekniska högskola. He now proudly holds the esteemed title of Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science. During his PhD journey, Edvin's contributions have played a pivotal role in shaping our product development at Amferia. We couldn't be more excited to have him continue this remarkable journey with us. With him on board, we are prepared more than ever to pursue our goals, push the boundaries of innovation, and make a meaningful impact in our field.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Blomstrand on this brilliant achievement, and we look forward to the amazing things to accomplish together in the future!

A warm welcome to Amferia’s new Board Members

September 4, 2023

We are proud to introduce the addition of three remarkable individuals to our Board of Directors. Each new member brings a wealth of diverse experience and knowledge  to our team which will further strengthen Amferia’s position in addressing antibiotic resistance and infection management.  

Alexandra De Wever Treschow has over 15 years of leadership experience within life science management and consulting including 4 years as CEO of diagnostics company Aprovix. Prior to that, Alexandra was managing partner of Stockholm-based inRikta Analys. She is co-founder and currently serves as CEO of NORDx Pharma. She holds a  PhD in Gene Therapy from Karolinska Institutet and an MBA from Quantic School of business and Technology, USA. 

Ulrika Ågren is presently an Investment Manager at Almi Invest focusing on medtech, healthtech and greentech. Ulrika has over 20 years of experience in the med-tech industry with specialisations in  intellectual property, innovation portfolio management, project management and business development. She is a certified board member and previously worked for global medtech companies such as Mölnlycke Health Care where she was Global IP Director and the biotech company Cellartis (now Takara Bio). Before joining Almi Invest Ulrika coached HealthTech startups at Sahlgrenska Science Park.

Jonas Bergman serves as an Investment Director at Chalmers Ventures. He brings with him great insight into the operations of med-tech companiesand how they can create long-term value. Jonas has a Master ofScience in Engineering fromChalmers University of Technology and has been CEO of both listed and unlisted life-sciencecompanies for many years. He has also worked as a management consultant forover 7 years with a particular focus in Biotech.

Amferia’s first human clinical study published

June 26, 2023

We are thrilled to share that our dedicated team at Amferia in collaboration with Chalmers tekniska högskola has published a randomised controlled study in the Journal of Wound Care that demonstrates the outstanding antibacterial performance of our hydrogel wound dressing.  We studied our wound dressing on intact human skin as a model to evaluate the speed and efficacy of the dressing to kill bacteria — and the results were truly remarkable!

By utilizing the Amferia Antimicrobial Hydrogel technology, we eradicated bacteria when placed in contact with skin within a short period of three hours.

By utilizing the Amferia Antimicrobial Hydrogel,   bacteria was eradicated within three hours.

These findings demonstrate the potential of our antibacterial wound dressing to significantly reduce the risk of infection in wounds, offering new possibilities for improved patient outcomes. This study lays the foundation for our future clinical studies in human wounds.

You can now access the article via the link:  https://lnkd.in/eTV7nMZg

Amferia raises SEK 15.4 million to launch innovative antimicrobial wound care dressing

January 27, 2023

The financing was raised from Almi Invest, Chalmers Ventures, and with several angel investors to support launch of Amferia’s first product, a wound care dressing with a patented hydrogel that actively combats infections and kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Amferia's innovative, anti-microbial solution can be used on wide-ranging wounds from simple skin injuries, post-operative wounds to chronic wounds and trauma / burn wounds. The WHO predicts that antibiotic-resistant infections, including those from wounds could become one of the leading causes of both illness and death over the next ten years.

“I am grateful to all our committed investors: Every year, nearly 1 million people die globally because of infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria and at least a quarter of those infections begin with a simple wound on the skin. Amferia's wound care solution is a game-changer and will save lives. The resistance problem is even more challenging within the animal health sector.”, says Agneta Edberg, Chairperson of Amferia.

Amferia's wound care solution is a game-changer and will save lives.

Amferia's patented material, an antimicrobial amphiphilic hydrogel, has been developed through several years of research in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology and contains molecules inspired by body’s own immune system. The material instantly kills all bacteria (even antibiotic resistant) by binding to and disrupting their cell membranes, all without damaging the body’s own cells or entering the bloodstream. The first product from this technology is a hydrogel wound-care dressing for dry-to-low exuding wounds, while the material is also being investigated for development in several other areas, including sprays for deep wounds, and coatings for implants and a variety of catheters. In September of 2022, Amferia launched its first wound dressings for animal health in Sweden and plan on expanding across Europe during 2023. In parallel, the company is preparing to file for regulatory clearance in the US for human health.

The wound care market currently generates sales for over US $ 2 billion globally with a projected CAGR of 5 %. However, existing alternatives on the market often contain antibiotics that carry the risk of causing resistance or antiseptics that may harm body cells and negative environmental impact.

We already have our first product on the market for animal wound care in Sweden

“The investment enables us to perform three key tasks: scale up and launch our products for animal health in Europe, file for FDA clearance of the application for human health and thirdly initiate more clinical studies in both market segments. This ambition is supported by the fact that we already have our first product on the market for animal wound care in Sweden”, says Anand Kumar Rajasekharan, CEO of Amferia.