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Recording of  Dr. Joyce Black and WoundVision's informative webinar that presents learners with a deeper understanding of the etiology and pathophysiology of Deep Tissue Pressure Injuries (DTPIs) and Pressure Injuries (PIs).

WoundVision Webinar with Dr. Joyce Black: Deep Tissue Pressure Injuries & HAPIs – Best Practices for Improved Recognition, Documentation & Mitigation

If you missed it, check out the recording of our webinar with Dr. Joyce Black that presents learners with a deeper understanding of the etiology and pathophysiology of Deep Tissue Pressure Injuries (DTPIs) and Pressure Injuries (PIs) as well as risk stratification and prevention techniques. In addition, we will bridge the gap to the impact of hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs), the importance of present on admission (POA) documentation, and relevant regulations.

Case of the Day - Sept 2019

Case of the Day: September 2019

We all know visual assessment and wound size are important indicators, but do they always tell the whole story? What if you could combine those with the ability to see beyond the naked eye?

In the case outlined below we give you the history, the photographs and wound size (LxW Area) from two separate Scout imaging encounters (but blind you from the long-wave infrared images).

Based on what you see, how would you objectively validate a positive treatment response? Would having a physiological view of wound and surrounding tissue give you more insight into what’s going on?

Use of Thermal Imaging to Identify Deep-Tissue Pressure Injury on Admission

NEW STUDY: Use of Thermal Imaging to Identify Deep-Tissue Pressure Injury on Admission Reduces Clinical and Financial Burdens of Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries

Looking for ways to reduce your facility’s Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injury (HAPI) rate? Do you have an organizational initiative to improve quality metrics relating to Hospital-Acquired Conditions?

Check out this peer-reviewed article to learn how an urban acute care hospital’s ICU utilized WoundVision’s Scout to help drive a 60% reduction in their Deep Tissue Pressure Injury / HAPI rate!