Reapplix has established that one of the keys to successful wound treatment lies in the body’s capacity to heal – and each patient is central to that process.

Founded in 2008, Reapplix specializes in the biological treatment and management of diabetic foot ulcers. The patented 3CPatch® System is an innovative , evidence-based biological wound therapy made entirely from the patient’s own blood – nothing else.

Headquartered in Denmark, with sales and distribution teams in the US and Europe, Reapplix won the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the life science category.

Every Wound is Personal


Drawing on the person’s power to heal so they can get back to living their best life.

A Closer Look

In July 2018, Reapplix moved forward, based on the strong clinical results of the recent independent RCT, and has formed Reapplix Inc. based in Texas to bring the 3C Patch® System onto the US market.

Developing innovative solutions needed to help patients and society while also creating successful business is in the DNA of inventor Niels Erik Holm who is also known for inventing several successful medical devices (Insulin Infusion Set, Feeding tubes, Novolet Pen, Vivostat System, Seroma Set) and for generating over 60 patents. The NovoLet pen has sold over 750 million units.

Reapplix’s co-founders Niels Erik Holm and Rasmus Lundquist are both experienced and successful entrepreneurs driven to bring their proven value-based healthcare solution onto the market. Rasmus Lundquist, Reapplix’s Chief Scientific Officer, co-founded RAM Biotech Aps in 2001 prior to joining Reapplix and has a M.Sc. in biology and immunology from Copenhagen University and a graduate certificate in Bio Design from Stanford University.


Kira Rupprecht

Chief Executive Officer

Commitment to Evidence

Clinical Data

In Vitro Data

3C Patch with Dr. James McGuire

Personalized Wound Healing

Diabetic foot ulcers have a debilitating impact on patients. Despite numerous treatment options, about 60% of all patients experience a wound that does not heal. If the severity of a wound progresses to grade 4 or 5, the cost of treatment is eight times higher than a grade 1 or 2 wound. For about 20% of patients, treatment ends in amputation within one year.