The wound capture process
Document & Record the Wound Healing Process Wound Capture is the solution for digitizing the wound documentation process to reduce time spent using traditional methods.
Wound capture will help the provider to identify the body location of the wound, document via thermal view (detecting pressure ulcers), in real-time give predictability of wound progress (based on past history), calculate dimensions of width and length using AR ruler (touchless), make notes, select & review previous images of the patients wound and more...
Hospitals are currently being transformed by innovation, disruption, and technology. Rapid is leading the category in technology and patient safety. Simpler workflow disrupts traditional processes and saving time for other tasks.
Hospitals rely too much on PC based workflows. PC era involves large workstations, heavy equipment, workflows become inefficient over time and patient safety at the point of care can get compromised.
Rapid’s optimized automation and technology drastically cuts unnecessary usages of hours from employees allowing them to focus on what really matters; people. Instant data recording disrupts the traditional pen and paper.
and powered by innovation
CORE MLiOSThe device’s native camera is utilized to capture images of the wounds. Upon finishing the documentation of a wound and after capturing the images, the image data is sent to the CoreML Kit within the app to be analyzed.
AR KITiOS OnlyIn addition to the native camera being utilized as the image capture mechanic we also use it to power Augmented Reality capabilities, ARKit, is utilized as the measuring mechanic to record dimensions of the wound without any manual entry or use of paper based rulers.
ML KitANDROIDOur ML models are trained by Google’s ML Kit. By providing many images of past wounds, categorized by how long they took to heal, we train the model. Over time, with additional training data, the model will become more and more accurate.
Cost of individual patient care ranges from $2,000 to over $150,000 per pressure ulcer if left untreated and caused by Hospital stays.
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