Bruin Biometrics said it has landed FDA de novo clearance for its SEM Scanner, a wireless, handheld device to help assess patients at increased risk for pressure ulcers.
The scanner is a novel device that can objectively alert clinicians to specific anatomical areas of a patient’s body at increased risk for developing pressure damage before that damage is visible at the skin surface. Pressure sores typically appear at areas of bony prominence, such as the heels and sacrum.
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