Vital Signs - Demand Rising for Better Tissue Assessment Tools to Battle Burden of Chronic Wounds

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The increasing burden of chronic wounds has led to a rising demand for better tissue oxygenation and perfusion assessment tools to help clinicians plan their treatments and avoid amputations and other serious complications. The following article presents a detailed assessment of the available technologies in this field, and discusses the attributes that clinicians are looking for in a next-generation tissue assessment tool.

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