Deep Tissue Pressure Injury or an Imposter?
WoundVision is proud to sponsor this important educational resource from the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) focused on Deep tissue pressure injury (DTPI), one of the most serious forms of pressure injury.
This educational project and practice guide depicts the early appearance and evolution of Deep Tissue Pressure Injury (DTPI) and includes the differential diagnoses of ischemic and traumatic injury that can mimic DTPI.
To download this free resource, click the Download button. Poster-size copies of the guide can also be printed from the NPIAP website or obtained from your WoundVision representative.
And to learn more about WoundVision’s solution for physiological documentation, check out the information and testimonials below.
Harness the Power of Physiological Documentation
*The Scout is to be used as an adjunct to other procedures and requires clinician training.
Objective and quantitative measurement of skin temperature change
At WoundVision, we strive to alleviate the burden of pressure injuries for both patients and providers. This starts with a commitment to empowering clinicians of all experience levels and care settings to reduce pressure injuries and improve patient outcomes.
To learn more about how our advanced imaging and documentation solutions can help your patients, staff, and organization please contact us to request more information or schedule a demo.
What Our Customers Say
“By integrating skin temperature assessment into our existing skin and wound assessment process, our Magnet-recognized hospital was able to achieve an 85% reduction in DTPIs and 75% fewer HAPIs. The benefits to our patients and staff have proven invaluable.”
“Incorporating skin temperature assessment into our ICU’s on-admission skin assessment has helped position pressure injury documentation & prevention at the forefront of our staff’s minds with a profoundly positive impact on patient care as well as our hospital’s bottom line.”