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Top 3 Insights from SAWC Fall 2017

We are a relative newcomer to the wound care market.  My team and I recently attended and exhibited at the fall Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC).  We have new imaging and analytics technology that can quickly and easily capture not only the photo of a chronic wound, but also automatically capture data and [...]

By |November 13th, 2017|Wound Care Technology, Wound Treatment|Comments Off on Top 3 Insights from SAWC Fall 2017

WoundWiseIQ Mobile Wound App Captures Patient Wound Data Four Times Faster!

NEWS RELEASE Columbus, OH: October 21, 2017—WoundWiseIQ, a leader in capturing and analyzing wound care data, today announced their digital wound application performed four times faster than traditional methods and with approximately 96% accuracy. "The time has come for app-based wound measurement systems and diagnostic predictive devices. WoundWiseIQ and SerenaGroup are leading the way. [...]

By |October 21st, 2017|News, Wound Evaluation, Wound Treatment|Comments Off on WoundWiseIQ Mobile Wound App Captures Patient Wound Data Four Times Faster!

Wound Planimetric Analysis Gives Physicians and Nurses Accurate Measurement of Wounds

Exclusive Wound Evaluation - Planimetry Area White Paper By Gayle Gordillo, MD. Every segment of medicine has terms that are especially relevant and important to diagnosis and therapy. For healthcare professionals who analyze and treat wounds, planimetric is one of those terms. Planimetric comes from the word planimetry, which means the measurement of the [...]

By |October 2nd, 2017|Wound Evaluation|Comments Off on Wound Planimetric Analysis Gives Physicians and Nurses Accurate Measurement of Wounds

Mobile App. Helps Evaluate Chronic Wounds More Quickly and Accurately!

Are you a physician, wound care specialist, nurse, or PA who treats patients with chronic wounds? If so, WoundWise IQ can help make wound evaluation faster and more accurate. You know better than anyone how patients suffer. Each year more than 6.5 million people need treatment—that can last for months, sometimes years. Amputation is [...]