Current traditional methods of determining wound healing is by subjective observation & measurement.
Identification of a non-healing wound will enable the clinician to make changes to the wound treatment sooner
which will bring the wound to a healing trajectory more rapidly. This technology will have unique application in
remote areas where the caregiver will be able to refer to an algorithm of treatments for non-healing wounds or to
consult a wound care specialist in order to determine the next steps in wound treatment.
A Point of Care Wound Diagnostic; Patients First
Change in practice will impact patients quality of life if wound treatment planning can be managed & modified in real time.
Time and efficiency with point-of-care assessment in real time.
Immediate change in wound treatment
Managed care as Clinicians can rapidly change therapy prevent continued unnecessary use of resources.
Enable those in remote areas to gain faster access to consultation.
Ease of use by designing a compact pocket sized technology.
Cost efficacy by changing the trajectory of care in a more timely manner that leads to faster wound healing.