Developing A Handheld Technology To Visualize Bacteria In Wounds

The Invisible Is Now Visible. And The Path To Wound Healing Is Clear.


The device will provide real-time bacteriological information which is otherwise unobtainable using industry standard wound assessment techniques.

How Will The Device Work?

The device leverages the unique capabilities of fluorescence imaging to provide clinicians with information about the bacteria present in a wound. It is non-contact and no contrast agents are required. Fluorescence images can be used to guide wound sampling or debridement procedures and images can be easily appended to a patient’s clinical care record. The […]

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Conference Schedule

SAWC 2015
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Society of Advanced Wound Care
September 26-28 2015
CAWC 2015
Toronto, ON, Canada
Canadian Association of Wound Care
October 29 - November 1, 2015
Canadian Home Care Summit
Ottawa, ON, Canada
November 6-8, 2015