• Reduces the risk of pressure injury development by 88%, determined by independent meta-analysis
• Provides visual and evaluative feedback to communicate the effectiveness of turns and pressure redistribution
• Bedside display improves clinical decision making and employee efficiency and engages patients in their care
• On-site dedicated clinical support is provided to each facility for product service/maintenance and employee training/education
VU Advanced Pressure Visualization System is indicated for use with patients at risk for pressure injury development in bed.
|iOS device compatible app|
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Patients At Risk of Pressure Injury
Nurses utilize the bedside display to assess the real-time pressure between the patient and the support surface. The display provides the visual and evaluative feedback on the effectiveness of repositioning and pressure redistribution. If patients are able to be turned, staff now understand the effectiveness, or ineffectiveness, of turns. If patients are unable to be turned, staff can now reduce pressure through support surface adjustments (inflation, HOB or FOB articulation) or through placement of offloading devices. Additionally, support surface effectiveness and appropriateness can be assessed through utilization of the device. Patients that are alert and oriented can also engage in their care and assist nursing staff in the avoidance of pressure injuries.
Service and support included in contract.
Wellsense, Inc. provides health care facilities with cutting-edge pressure injury prevention technology to help enhance their standard of care, engage patients, improve safety, and maximize revenues by reducing costs.