All-in-one solution





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Chronic wounds are described as a silent epidemic, often masked, and aggravated by comorbid diseases



Chronic wounds are described as a silent epidemic, often masked, and aggravated by comorbid diseases



Wound care and chronic wounds are considered an economic and social burden on society accounting for 2-4% of the total health care system budget. The cost burden of treating wounds is expected to rise due to the increasingly elderly population and incidence of obesity, vascular, diabetes, and other diseases.
As one of the most billed services in healthcare, wound treatments consume up to 30-67% of the nursing care time, and approximately 27-60% of the hospital bed resources, having at least 5% of hospitals budgets being spent on wound care.
The prevalence of chronic wounds is growing at a rate of 12% per year. In conjunction with the high dependency on care/resources and increased health care expenses, this has become a matter of great concern.

The increasing demands for wound management services are becoming unsustainable.

The current standard of wound management is to assess the wound, evaluate its healing process through clinical observation, and then define the best strategy of treatment so it can heal as fast as possible without complications.


Wound care and chronic wounds are considered an economic and social burden on society accounting for 2-4% of the total health care system budget. The cost burden of treating wounds is expected to rise due to the increasingly elderly population and the incidence of obesity, vascular, diabetes, and other diseases.
As one of the most billed services in healthcare, wound treatments consume up to 30-67% of the nursing care time, and approximately 27-60% of the hospital bed resources, having at least 5% of hospitals’ budgets being spent on wound care.
The prevalence of chronic wounds is growing at a rate of 12% per year. In conjunction with the high dependency on care/resources and increased health care expenses, this has become a matter of great concern.

The increasing demands for wound management services are becoming unsustainable.

The current standard of wound management is to assess the wound, evaluate its healing process through clinical observation, and then define the best strategy of treatment so it can heal as fast as possible without complications.



As mentioned above, one of the standard methods for wound assessment is a visual inspection. To perform it is necessary to remove the patch or any other materials used to protect the wound.

This is where BH4U gets in to develop an all-in-one solution: adhesiv.Ai

This solution’s technology comprises two components, a patch with incorporated biosensors (hardware) and a digital tracking software that involves its own algorithm that predicts the wound healing process, according to the parameters measured by the sensors.
The sensors will be read by the algorithm which will be integrated into an easy-to-use app. The patient or caregiver just needs to take a picture at the moment of application of the patch and another one after 24 hours. After this, the algorithm compares the two images and detects the differences between them thus knowing if the wound got better or not.
By acquiring the data of the sensors, without removing the patch, the user (patient/caregiver) can upload the information about the wound status in real-time, and collect it in an easy-to-use, safe, and centralized information platform that connects them to a health practitioner.


As mentioned above, one of the standard methods for wound assessment is a visual inspection. To perform it is necessary to remove the patch or any other materials used to protect the wound.

This is where BH4U gets in to develop an all-in-one solution: adhesiv.Ai

This solution’s technology comprises two components, a patch with incorporated biosensors (hardware) and a digital tracking software that involves its own algorithm that predicts the wound healing process, according to the parameters measured by the sensors.
The sensors will be read by the algorithm which will be integrated into an easy-to-use app. The patient or caregiver just needs to take a picture at the moment of application of the patch and another one after 24 hours. After this, the algorithm compares the two images and detects the differences between them thus knowing if the wound got better or not.
By acquiring the data of the sensors, without removing the patch, the user (patient/caregiver) can upload the information about the wound status in real-time, and collect it in an easy-to-use, safe, and centralized information platform that connects them to a health practitioner.

Benefits


In-situ monitoring


Strong adhesion


Flexible


No residue



Multiple wound measurement parameters



Remote monitoring



Cloud integration



AI and ML for wound healing prediction


Benefits


In-situ monitoring


Strong adhesion


Flexible


No residue


Multiple wound measurement parameters


Remote monitoring


Cloud integration


AI and ML for wound healing prediction



Watch the video below to understand adhesiv.Ai!


Watch the video below to understand adhesiv.Ai!




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