Rehab Management: Pressure Ulcer Detection Gets Much Faster In New Scanner Tests

The SEM Scanner assessed SEM in 47 patients in a hospital acute care unit.

  • All patients exhibiting sustained deviation in SEM, as detected by the SEM Scanner, went on to develop visible signs of pressure ulceration
  • The SEM Scanner detected damage more quickly than nurses (average time to detection: 1.1 days with SEM Scanner versus 5 days for the gold standard), giving nurses 3.9 days of lead time

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