Continuous Skin Monitoring

Provide actionable information to help clinicians improve patient safety and increase staff workload productivity.

By the Numbers


Annual number of people in the USA who develop pressure ulcers


Number of  Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers/Injuries (HAPUs) related patient deaths in the USA per year


Of HAPUs are attributed to the operating room


Even though medical professionals spend much of their valuable time trying to prevent and manage pressure injuries — their rate of occurrence remains high.

Current approaches to pressure injury prevention are time-consuming and difficult to prioritize based on patient need. Clinicians lack the precise information needed to make evidence-based decisions on improving patient condition.


Pressure data is used to improve patient safety today along with predictive technology to prevent pressure injuries in the future.

Improve patient safety in hospital beds, operating rooms, and wheelchairs by giving clinicians visibility into areas of sustained pressure

Optimize staff workload by helping them prioritize patients at risk of pressure injury

Leverage AI technology to augment patient care

Help prevent new pressure injuries from occurring


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