Technology in Wound Care

In all fields of medicine, technology is changing and improving how we treat our patients. Wound care is no exception. From improved charting with electronic medical records to new treatment options to expanding access with the use of telemedicine, in wound care offices, technology plays an increasing role in our day to day interactions with patients.

The majority of physicians use an electronic medical record (EMR) for documentation, and in wound care, the way we use EMR’s to document is changing. New imaging technologies improve the accuracy of documentation and facilitate the process. For example, many wound centers still measure wounds with a ruler to document the length x width x depth and describe the type of tissue present in the wound. This opens up the possibility of user error, which may ultimately affect the way the wound is treated and the healing outcome overall. With newer imaging systems like the one from Tissue Analytics, the provider can picture, measure, and analyze the wound in one step, allowing for faster and more accurate documentation … read more

AmnioText from Regenative Labs

AmnioText™ patches are produced from human amniotic membranes and can be placed on the wound closure sites after a medical procedure or directly onto an open wound. The allografts are minimally manipulated and undergo an extensive and comprehensive testing process. The patches are produced in our first-class, state-of-the-art lab in Pensacola, Florida, to ensure the highest quality tissue allografts available. Click here to request more information