European Pharmaceutical Review: Handheld device identifies pressure ulcers early and saves hospitals £50,000 per month

A handheld device that identifies pressure ulcers in the earliest stage of their development has saved two UK NHS hospitals more than ¬£50,000 per month during trials. On wards using the SEM Scanner, developed by Bruin Biometrics (BBI), no patients developed hospital-acquired pressure ulcers ‚ commonly known as bed sores ‚ during the four-month trial period.

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