WoundKey Wound Test Service


  • Wound Swab or Tissue Sample
  • Results within 4 days of receipt
  • Test for over 50,000 potential pathogens
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  • Wound that wont close
  • Smelling wound
  • Growing wound
  • Wound Seepage
  • wound separation

Medical Specialties

  • Woundcare specialists

To Utilize Telemedicine Sign-Off

  • Select a qualifying self-pay product
  • Do check the Telemedicine box “+$10 Physician Fee” box
  • Complete purchase and checkout
  • Create your Patient Results Portal account
  • Receive collection kit
  • Take sample following instructions included in the box
  • Ship sample via FedEX back to MicroGenDX
  • View results via the Patient Results Portal
  • Contact the email sent to you for further consultation (instructions to do this will be sent via email)

Purchase Disclaimers

  • Sample should be shipped out to the lab within 24 hours of collection. If you are unable to ship out the sample within 24 hours, be sure to place in a refrigerator.
  • Samples that have not been submitted, cannot be refunded after 90 days.
  • We DO NOT offer refunds on shipping fees or lab services.


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When a wound stops healing, or heals very slowly, it may be due to an infection in the wound bed. This non-healing wound often becomes a chronic wound and will struggle to close if the infection is not treated. While this occurs, the wound can smell or start to form pus. This may happen on any wound, even one caused by surgery (aka wound dehiscence) or a diabetic foot ulcer. If left untreated a wound can even penetrate down to the bone and risk Osteomyelitis, or bone infection. Failure in wound healing is not always caused by wound infection but testing can be used to determine if, and which, microbes (bacteria and fungi) are causing failure.

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A chronic wound can be a sore or cut that doesn’t heal normally. It could be the result of several things, including traumatic injury, poor circulation, increased bacteria count, abnormal cells, or improper treatment. A wound is generally considered chronic if it’s shown no serious progress toward healing after 30 to 40 days. In fact, some chronic wounds can take years or decades to heal. Read More

Chronic Leg Ulcers

A leg ulcer is an open wound or sore on the skin of the leg, usually below the knee. It is considered a chronic or non-healing wound if it does not show signs of healing after three months of treatment or is not completely healed after 12 months. In severe cases, the ulcer never heals.

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