45 year old male (diabetic foot ulcer)

“This device is very useful because it creates knowledge.  You can see what’s actually going on. And I have some of the images stored on my phone so that I can show them to my CCAC home care nurse who does the dressing changes so he gets to see as well. It would be useful in CCAC practice, because then it would relieve the visits coming to see the surgeon or primary wound care specialists.

Conveyance in wound care is critical because the wound care nurse needs to convey the dressing choice and what is going on to the CCAC person doing the dressing changes and this device helps convey that information so they see, physically, they can actually see where the problem areas are and where to focus on”.

Patient from Rouge Valley Health System (RVHS)
Toronto, ON, Canada