What We Do
WoundVision™ is the industry pioneer in advanced wound imaging technology. As the industry’s first and only full-service provider of wound imaging and documentation solutions, our suite of solutions are proven to help mitigate risk associated with hospital-acquired conditions (HACs), save time & money, and create a better patient experience across all care settings.
WoundVision has demonstrated success in all
facets of launching and growing healthcare technologies including:
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Our team consists of a group of business leaders and healthcare professionals dedicated to setting a new standard in skin and wound assessment.
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2020 Trade Shows
Come see us at any of the upcoming trade shows in 2020!
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WoundVision has the following regulatory approvals:
- FDA 510(k) Clearance (K131596)
WoundVision supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 and HIPAA
Indications For Use:
The Scout is a combination digital camera and long-wave infrared camera. The digital camera is indicated for the use of capturing visual images to measure the diameter, surface area, and perimeter of a part of the body or two body surfaces. The long-wave infrared camera is indicated for the use of capturing thermal images to measure the thermal intensity data of a part of the body or two body surfaces. Both components of the Scout are non-contact with respect to the patient and provide an adjunctive tool to help a trained and qualified health care professional measure and record external wound and body surface data.
Intended for qualified healthcare professionals who are trained in its use, the Scout is a non-invasive and non-radiating device.
Scout is to be used on a patient population that includes non-pregnant female or male patients 18 years of age or older. The Scout is intended to be used in hospital, acute and sub-acute care settings, long term care, surgery, health care practitioner facilities, outpatient, home healthcare, or in any environment where health care is provided by a qualified health care professional.
Scout does not provide a diagnosis or therapy.