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All relevant wound parameters are available at a glance for more objectivity. The image-centered provides a perfect basis for a review with the patient.
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Simplified user login via barcode/RFID for impersonal devices and direct patient identification via barcode.
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Automatic and precise measurement of the area, length, width and circumference of wounds.
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Keep track of each wound status with the patient wound bodymap overview.
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All wound assessment parameters are visible at a glance.
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Non-visible characteristics of wounds can be easily documented. The parameters are based on national standards developed by wound experts, prepared to be exchanged among different care providers.
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The therapy and dressing material can be selected from a customisable catalogue. At the same time, the interval between dressing changes can be scheduled.
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For chronic wounds, additional parameters such as underminings, bags or fistulas can be documented.
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An assessment doesn’t have to be completed immediately. If there is not enough time, it can be completed at a later moment.
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Scheduled assessments and therapies for a patient can be seen and worked on by everyone in the team. Receiving orders from an EMR is possible.
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Not everything can be done on a mobile device. An overview of all artefacts such as photos, documented parameters and assessments about the wound is also accessible via our universal web interface.
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Not another isolated solution. No need for duplicate data creation with our seamless integration into the hospital’s existing architecture: for patient demographic data, user identities and to communicate results in form of structured wound reports and DICOM images.
Inès Clerc Dourthe, Chief Nurse for Stomal and Wound Therapy
Hôpital Fribourgeois, Switzerland
With imito, it goes much faster. We can measure wounds directly on the pictures. Once we archive a photo, it’s directly in the patient record.Watch on Youtube
Dr. med. Thomas Strohschneider, Chief Doctor of the Clinic for Vascular Surgery
Karl-Olga Hospital Stuttgart, Germany
The benefit compared to before is that photos are immediately in the patient context, we can recall them and compare them to previous photo-documentation and mixing-up photos to the wrong patient is no longer possible.Watch on Youtube
Dr. med. et med. dent. Florian Thieringer, MHBA
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University Hospital Basel
With imitoCam clinical photo documentation is now a piece of cake. The user interface is intuitive and fast. Assignment of patient images securely to the medical history are real added values.
Dr. med. Olivier Gaide, Head of the Onco-Dermatology Unit
Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV)
We've gained a lot in terms of the facility of use of the system and also the security of the system and it's exactly what we wanted.Watch on Youtube
Efficiently document, categorize and precisely measure acute and chronic wounds directly at the point of care (width, length, circumference, area).Learn more
The Instagram-like team chat is a fast and secure way to seek the opinions of colleagues.Learn more
Deep integration into the existing architecture makes the image data and documents immediately available for other colleagues involved in the treatment. Independent of our apps.Learn more
Photos are essential for publications, lectures or education. Dynamic categorization during recording enables efficient reuse.Learn more