unnamed  Decubitus Ulcers


See below the surface of skin to identify a developing injury before an ulcer can form. Modulated Imaging technology can assess perfusion for all skin tones in both superficial and deeper tissue, in order to help caretakers prevent pressure ulcers and maintain quality of life for patients. Pressure ulcers (also known as Decubitus ulcers) are a persistent and expensive problem for patients in hospitals, nursing care homes, or other long term care facilities. Disabled and immobile patients suffer from constant pressure on specific areas, resulting in ulcers that cause tremendous pain and are difficult to heal.

If an ulcer has already formed, our method can be used to document the stage of the pressure ulcer and monitor treatment in a systematic and objective manner.

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