Our measurement method has been scientifically validated in several studies. This means you avoid inaccurate estimates and can better evaluate the effectiveness of any wound treatment.
With the cloud version of imitoWound, you can try out the wound measurement immediately free of charge. You only pay for the premium version of imitoWound if you want to save the wound measurements of several patients.
Your wound ruler is replaced by one of our calibration markers, which the app recognises automatically as a reference size and can determine the wound size in relation to the marker. This means your wound measurement is now contactless and can't cause any wound infections.
Like conventional disposable wound rulers, the calibration markers should only be used once. A calibration marker also uses less paper than conventional paper rulers for wounds, which you can buy from pharmacies.
If you regularly measure wounds, you don't need to print out calibration markers all the time. In that case, you can also order our self-adhesive calibration markers.
With imitoWound, not only the wound measurement is automatically associated to the correct patient with the correct date. You can also keep an eye on the wound healing progress at all times. The Progress is visualised in form of diagrams, and you can document many additional wound parameters and share the wound report as a PDF.
The enterprise version of imitoWound can also be seamlessly integrated into the existing IT infrastructure of hospitals and rehabilitation clinics. We rely on international standards such as HL7, FHIR and DICOM to connect to your systems. The wound documentation is embedded in the hospital information system via our web application.
Inès Clerc Dourthe, Leading wound and stoma therapist
Fribourg Cantonal Hospital (HFR), Switzerland
With imito, it's all done much faster. We can measure wounds directly after taking a photo. As soon as we have archived an image, it is directly saved in the correct patient file.Watch the video testimonial →
Wound documentation in a breeze, mobile-first and image-centred. Standardised and intuitive documentation for more objectivity in treatments.More about our wound documentation app
Several studies on imito's measurement method have been published since 2020. Our digital & contactless wound measurement is used in imitoCam, imitoWound & imitoMeasure, as well as the WoundGenius SDK.Read through the research papers