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Hounslow and Richmond Community Trust share best practice initiative at Wounds UK 2018 conference

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Lillah Irwin, Tissue Viability Nurse +and Edwin Chamanga, Senior Lecturer Tissue Viability ++

presenting free paper at Wounds UK 2018 Annual Conference, Harrogate

 

+ Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust

++ Kingston University and St. George's University of London

 

Entec Health were pleased to have their collaboration partners from Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust (HRCH) present an e-poster and free paper at the Wounds UK Annual Conference, Harrogate, 5-7 November 2018.

As first adopters of the Wound Care Buddy App (© Entec Health Limited), Tissue Viability Lead Nurse, Lillah Irwin, alongside Senior Lecturer Tissue Viability Edwin Chamanga, shared their experience and results on implementation of a Wound Care Mobile App to support best practice in community wound care.

Positive impacts and benefits of the Wound Care Buddy App reported by HRCH in peer-reviewed free paper session at Wounds UK 2018 conference:

  • Encourages clinicians to holistically assess patients with wound care guidelines available at their “finger tips”.
  • Reduces delays in starting appropriate care
  • Supports appropriate referrals to TVNs
  • From the reviewed data, there is evidence of clinicians frequently accessing the key dressings and formulary listings screens, which could be considered as evidence of wound care formulary compliance
  • This meets with the Department of Health agenda of digital mobile working
You can download the HRCH e-poster and free paper presentation from Wounds UK 2018 Annual Conference 2018 here:

Implementation of a Wound Care Mobile App in a Community Setting

Lillah Irwin, Tissue Viability Nurse + and Edwin Chamanga Senior Lecturer in Tissue Viability ++

+ Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust

++ Kingston University and St. George's University of London

Download the HRCH Trust e-poster and free paper presentation here, by kind permission of the authors.

It has been an exciting few months for the Hounslow & Richmond Community Trust Tissue Viability Team. The HRCH Tissue Viability team were announced finalists in the Nursing Times Awards 2018, for the Innovation in Chronic Wound Management Category. Read more.

Inspired to adopt the Wound Care Buddy App?

The Wound Care Buddy App is developed and hosted by Entec Health as a cloud-based service. Supported by Wounds UK, Entec Health is pleased to bring the Wound Care Buddy App to healthcare providers to help make best practice and formulary compliance easier and smarter.

Please get in touch to schedule a Wound Care Buddy App conversation or demonstration. Call Louis Easy, Entec Health Sales, on 07376 046 824 for further information.

Download Wound Care Buddy App brochure here

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Entec Health team at Wounds UK, 2018 from left, Managing Director - Achala Patel, Solutions Manager – Amir Dean, Sales & Marketing Executive – Louis Easy

 

 

Hounslow and Richmond Community Trust  finalists for Nursing Times Awards 2018

 

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Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust Tissue Viability team celebrate Nursing Times Awards 2018 Finalists achievement with collaboration partner Entec Health 

Nursing Times Awards 2018 celebrates nursing achievements and innovation 

Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust (HRCH) has been announced as a deserving finalist in the prestigious Nursing Times Awards 2018. The HRCH Tissue Viability team were selected as finalists in the Innovation in Chronic Wound Management category, for their successful implementation of a wound care mobile app which supports wound management and formulary compliance. The app, known as the Wound Care Buddy App, is developed and hosted by Entec Health, a company specialising in digital technologies for wound care transformation. 

The HRCH Trust is the first organisation in the NHS to adopt the Wound Care Buddy App as part of their commitment to enabling their nurses to deliver the best patient care possible. The Wound Care Buddy App has been very well received at the Trust. There has been positive impact for the Tissue Viability Nursing team and District Nurses, helping staff to access essential wound management information rapidly when needed and to use their time more effectively. 

As collaboration partners in the successful adoption of the Wound Care Buddy App by the Trust, Entec Health were fortunate enough to join the NT Awards celebrations with the HRCH team on 31st October 2018, at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.  

Achala Patel, Managing Director, Entec Health said "My congratulations to the Tissue Viability team at Hounslow and Richmond Community Trust. The Nursing Times Awards night in London was very special. It gave the collaboration team a chance to step back and enjoy the achievement of taking forward a digital initiative for community nursing which is now benefiting clinicians and patient care at the Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare Trust. I would like to convey my special thanks to Edwin Chamanga, former Tissue Viability Lead at the Trust who initiated the project and Lillah Irwin, Tissue Viability Nurse and Amrit MangalLead Administrator (Specialist Nursing) who have shown great commitment in ensuring successful implementation of the Wound Care Buddy App for the Trust. " 

See a Virtual Tour of the Wound Care Buddy App

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Acknowledgement:

The Nursing Times Awards 2018 Innovation in Chronic Wound Management Category is kindly sponsored by L&R, a wound care and compression therapy products company.

Wound Care Buddy App © Entec Health Limited April 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 




 

Insights, Innovation and Inspiration at Wounds UK 2018 Harrogate Conference, 5-7 November

 

 

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New from Entec Health, supported by Wounds UK

 

Wound Care is seeing a major shift towards a greater focus on outcomes and evidence-based practice to reduce variation in care and enhance patient experience.  

There is recognition that we have come a long way on our journey in managing patients with wounds. However, the recent study by Guest et al “Health economic burden that wounds impose”, Betty’s Story from NHS RightCare and the CQUIN for wound assessment indicate that we have a big opportunity to further advance what can be achieved.

The challenges are there too in delivering safe, effective patient care. Growing demand from an increasing elderly population, financial constraints, not enough hours in the day, staff shortages and keeping up with training are everyday pressures.

This year’s Wounds UK Conference theme is Data, Science and Practice, a very timely and apt focus on data-led, evidence-based practice. Wounds UK Harrogate is a perfect place to take a step back and seek out insights, innovation and inspiration on improving practice and patient care. 

Entec Health will be at Wounds UK Harrogate, 5-7 November 2018, to be part of this mission, to help with new ways of working to achieve success with better practice and better outcomes.

Entec Health invites you to join the team at Stand 73 to learn more about our innovative digital technologies for wound care transformation:

The Wound Care Buddy App, supported by Wounds UK, makes best practice and formulary compliance easy. The digital solution gives clinicians instant access to the Trust’s wound management guidelines and recommended formulary products. Available on iOS and Android mobile devices at the point of care.

The Silhouette digital wound assessment system, developed by ARANZ Medical, makes it possible to image, measure and chart wound healing progress at the point of care. The digital solution gives clinicians secure, remote access to wound status data to support integrated care and new models of care.

3 ways to discover more…

1/ Find us at stand 73 at Wounds UK Harrogate. Book a Digital Technologies for Wound Care demo meeting with Entec Health 

2/ Learn more on the successful implementation of the Wound Care Buddy App at Hounslow and Richmond Community NHS Trust here. 

3/ Check out our videos on innovative healthcare technologies for wound care
transformation. 

Look forward to seeing you at Wounds UK Harrogate 2018.

Best wishes,

Entec Health Team

Email: sales@entechealth.com
www.entechealth.com

Wound Care Buddy App © Entec Health Limited April 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED




Entec Health and Wounds UK announce collaboration on Wound Care Buddy App

Wounds UK are delighted to announce that they will be supporting the Wound Care Buddy App, a new mobile app launched by Entec Health Limited.

Entec Health and Wounds UK share a mission to promote best practice in wound care, through a variety of innovative and accessible resources.

The Wound Care Buddy App is a new cloud-based service developed and hosted by Entec Health. This platform allows organisations to tailor their own content providing fast and easy access to their organisation’s wound management guidelines and formulary product listing on mobile devices at the point of care.

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Watch the Wound Care Buddy App video here

Wounds UK are pleased to be supporting the introduction and availability of the App which embraces the advantages of digital health to facilitate standardised care and enhanced outcomes.

Rob Yates, Managing Director, Wounds UK said “The team at Wounds UK have been impressed by the technology developed by Entec Health. For us, it was clear to see the clinical and practical benefits that the Wound Care Buddy App offers clinical staff and service providers. We are therefore very pleased to be supporting Entec Health in this exciting venture and look forward to facilitating its wider use and adoption around the UK.”

The App is aimed at supporting the multi-disciplinary team at the forefront of wound care services, including TVNs, District Nurses, Practice Nurses and Link Nurses.

The Wound Care Buddy App offers several benefits:

  • equips and empowers wound care teams to achieve consistency, best practice and compliance with formulary
  • increases efficiency and independence of nursing staff as essential information is available instantly when treating patients
  • generates insightful analytics to demonstrate user engagement by content area
The Wound Care Buddy App is available for purchase by organisations, as an enterprise solution. Users are issued with a licence key once the client account is set up.

Achala Patel, Managing Director, Entec Health added “I am very excited to have Wounds UK supporting the Wound Care Buddy App. Wounds UK is one of the most respected organisations in the sector for professional education. Entec Health is proud to work with Wounds UK to put innovation in the hands of health professionals, to enable better ways of working and support advances in patient care.”

Read about Hounslow & Richmond Community NHS Trust’s successful implementation of the Wound Care Buddy App

Contact Entec Health for further details:

Email sales@entechealth.com

Visit Wound Care Buddy App website

Copyright Wound Care Buddy App © Entec Health Limited April 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Introducing the New Generation of Silhouette digital wound assessment solutions

Entec Health is excited to present the New Generation of Silhouette, featuring SilhouetteStar2, SilhouetteLite+ and SilhouetteLite. The new Silhouette suite enables wound care specialists to assess patient wound outcomes in a range of care settings using digital wound imaging with the option of 3D or 2D wound measurement.

The wound data collected by the Silhouette devices is synchronised with a centrally hosted database, SilhouetteCentral. SilhouetteCentral is a web-based application and can be accessed remotely when a secure network connection is available. The point of care wound assessment device options include the SilhouetteStar2 3D measurement wireless camera, SilhouetteLite+ Application and 2D measurement Sensor for iPad/iPhone and the SilhouetteLite App for iOS devices.

 

Watch the Silhouette New Generation Suite video to learn more 

   

Silhouette New Generation overview video

To learn more, head to our Silhouette New Generation webpage to watch our video demonstrations

The Silhouette solution offers the following benefits to NHS Trusts and other healthcare providers: 

  • Fast, easy, objective wound assessment at the point of care
  • Supports outcomes-led practice for integrated, multi-disciplinary care of patients
  • Enables organisations to empower and equip clinicians to achieve improvements in wound outcomes, safety, patient experience and cost effectiveness
Email us at sales@entechealth.com to book a call to discuss your wound care service development plans and how we can help. 

Silhouette is a registered trademark of ARANZ Healthcare Limited

Hounslow and Richmond Trust wins JCN Award for adopting the Wound Care Buddy App

The Journal of Community Nursing (JCN) has announced Hounslow & Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust (HRCH) as winners in Outstanding Practice in Wound Care for successful implementation of the Wound Care Buddy App for their district nurses. This follows a successful collaboration between HRCH and Entec Health Limited, the company behind the Wound Care Buddy App. 

 Watch the Wound Care Buddy App virtual tour here

The Wound Care Buddy App enables healthcare professionals to access their organisation’s wound management guidelines and formulary product listing, on mobile devices at the point of care, to support standardised care and best practice.

Hounslow & Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust has become the first organisation in the NHS to adopt the Wound Care Buddy App as a part of their commitment to enabling their nurses to deliver the best patient care possible. The Wound Care Buddy App has been very well received at the Trust. There has been positive impact for the Tissue Viability Nursing (TVN) team and District Nurses, helping staff to access essential information rapidly when needed and to use their time more effectively. Previously, if district nurses required specialist information at the point of care, they would have to contact a Tissue Viability Nurse (TVN) over the phone, which proved to be an ineffective method, as in some cases the TVN nurses may have called back after district nurses had left the patient's home.

 

"The TVN team is now receiving fewer calls about basic wound care advice as district nurses can find the information when needed"
Lillah Irwin, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse - Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust

 

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Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust team from left, Yomi Ogunsola, Amritpal Mangat, Lillah Irwin

and Entec Health Managing Director, Achala Patel

The team at HRCH are extremely passionate about digital health care and are continuously seeking innovative systems to support their tissue viability service and district nurses in delivering the best care possible.This prestigious JCN Award for Hounslow & Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust recognises the Trust’s ability to innovate how their staff deliver excellence in wound care.The HRCH management team has also found the anonymised analytics generated by the Wound Care Buddy App very useful in tracking uptake of the App and user visits per screen. This has given HRCH invaluable insights on the information that their district nurses are seeking out to support patient care. 

 

"Analytics such as users per month and screen views is helping us understand what information is regularly being accessed and demonstrating active use of the Trust's Wound Management Formulary"

Yomi Ogunsola, Adult Community Services Manager - Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust

 

Screen Shot 2018-04-16 at 15.14.46Example: Anonymised User Analytics displaying screen views and users per month, giving NHS Trusts an insight on what information is being accessed on the Wound Care Buddy App

 

“The Wound Care Buddy App was developed with the support of leading, expert UK practitioners. I am proud to see Entec Health launching this solution and making an impact by empowering nurses with more  confidence and independence to follow Trust wound management guidelines and formulary policy. ” 

Achala Patel, Managing Director - Entec Health

To download the Wound Care Buddy App Brochure please click here

 Book a call to find out more

 

Entec Health wound tech website has a Spring makeover

We are excited to announce the launch of a fresh new website, packed with the latest information on our exciting digital healthcare portfolio for wound management and diabetes foot care

As a health tech innovation company, we passionately believe that technology has the ability to positively impact healthcare, which is why it’s a top priority for us to share the latest news and know-how with healthcare innovators.


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New Home Screen for www.entechealth.com

Watch our virtual tour of the Wound Care Buddy App, an exciting new solution for management of wound care formularies, the digital way.

Check out Silhouette feature on BBC East Midlands Today, to see how the digital wound imaging technology is paving the way for improved care of patients with diabetes foot ulcers.

 

Have a sneak preview of our new website here

 

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Take a look at what’s new

Entec Health specialises in digital healthcare technology and transformation solutions to help reduce variation in wound outcomes.

Visit Entec Health

Want to arrange a conversation with us? Please message us at sales@entechealth.com

 

Entec Health and collaboration partners finalists for HSJ Partnership Awards 2018

 

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The Diabetes Foot Care Innovation team at The HSJ Partnership Awards Night, London, 8 March 2018

The Health Service Journal (HSJ) has announced Entec Health and its collaboration partners as finalists for the best innovation in medical technology category. This recognition is for the novel 3D digital wound assessment technology, Silhouette®, which is enabling effective care of patients with diabetes foot ulceration within acute and community settings.

The Silhouette 3D measurement technology accurately maps ulcer size, progress and response to treatment. The system allows accurate assessment of foot ulcers at the point of care, together with remote access to progress data in real time for all members of the care team.

The significant milestone of being recognised as finalists, comes after successful adoption of Silhouette by Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trusts and Derbyshire Community Healthcare Services NHS Trust, where staff and patient feedback has been extremely positive. 

The initiative has been funded and supported by East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN).

Silhouette has enabled care closer to home for the Southern Derbyshire integrated diabetes foot care pathway. Being seen in the community means reducing the number of outpatient appointments taking place at the hospital out-patient clinic; freeing up time for patients and making it easier to attend appointments.

“I am delighted for Entec Health to be a finalist for the 2018 HSJ Partnership Awards. This is welcome recognition for the tremendous collaboration with our NHS partners,  a Diabetes Innovation project supported by EMAHSN. Congratulations and well done to the team for developing and launching a new model of diabetes foot care in Southern Derbyshire, enabled by Silhouette. Great to see everyone’s effort and commitment to go the extra mile acknowledged.” Achala Patel, Managing Director, Entec Health

You can see more on the project and Silhouette technology in this BBC East Midlands Today news report:

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As a result of implementing the Silhouette system, we have been able to safely transfer an increasing portion of patients for treatment in community clinics and have improved waiting times in our out-patient clinic. Importantly, patients are happy with the new model of care. In a survey following introduction of digital ulcer assessment, 71% of patients reported a greater confidence in the care they had received. We are using the Silhouette system to generate automated reports for the GPs which has led to efficiencies and a significant reduction in administration burden for the clinic.”

Professor Fran Game, Consultant Diabetologist, Clinical Director R&D, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Download the EMAHSN Impact Report here

Contact achalapatel@entechealth.com to request the EMAHSN Diabetes Foot Digital Solution Business Case.

­­­With 6,000 patients with diabetes needing leg, foot or toe amputations per year, the total NHS spend on ulceration/ amputation is an estimated £651 million, in England. It is widely reported amputation and ulceration can be avoided if proper care is taken at an early stage. NDFA Exec Report 2014 - 2016, published March 2017 

Mike Hannay, Managing Director of the EMAHSN, said: “We are delighted that the partnership with Entec Health Ltd has been recognised at national level for its innovative use of technology to improve care for patients in our region. The Silhouette project is a fantastic demonstration of moving care out of hospital and closer to home which is both welcomed by patients and more sustainable for the NHS.”

Entec Health is an appointed distributor and market partner for Silhouette in the UK. Silhouette is developed and manufactured by ARANZ Medical Limited. Find out more about the projects and further impacts here.

EMAHSN Diabetes Digital Solution Collaboration Partners

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Contact Entec Health to request a Demonstration

 

Entec Health at CNO Summit 2017

Entec Health is delighted to be participating at the NHS England Chief Nursing Officer's Summit at Hilton Metropole Birmingham 14th and 15th March 2017.

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Come and see the Entec Health team at Stand 17 where we will be showcasing:

Silhouette digital 3D wound assessment and remote wound monitoring solution

Wound Care Buddy Formulary Platform and Mobile App Solution

We are also running an Entec Health workshop on 14 March 2017 at 1pm Henley Room, 

"Strategies for reducing unwarranted variation in wound care" Entec Health_workshop_AddressingVariation_WoundCare

See Silhouette product tour video 

Get in touch

See See True Cost of Wound Care - Entec Health blog article

About the CNO Summit

The Chief Nursing Officer for England’s Summit offers an important opportunity for the senior leadership community across the nursing, midwifery and care professions to come together to explore and plan how to use the community's collective knowledge, experience and ambition to respond to and deliver on current pressures and the future design of the health and care system.

The 2017 Summit will build on the work last year when consensus was reached around what became ‘Leading Change, Adding Value: a framework for nursing, midwifery and care staff’; which was launched in May 2016.

Over 500 senior leadership delegates have registered and the CNO Summit 2017 will present a much valued opportunity to engage with peers, learn about strategies and resources and to meet with key industry partners to develop staff, deliver improvements and create new sustainable models of care. 

Visit NHS England CNO Summit 2017 website

Wound assessment - new national CQUIN Indicator

Wound Assessment announced as national CQUIN indicator 2017-2019

 

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SilhouetteConnect wound assessment software screen

There is a sea-change required to help improve wound outcomes and reduce the health economic burden of patients suffering with wounds in the UK. The pivotal publication by Guest et al is a stark reminder of the gaps and the opportunities for improvement in wound management in the UK health system (1,2).

NHS England has been researching and consulting on this matter and there is a clear case made now to have a strong focus on wound assessment and wound outcomes delivered by providers, as apposed to activity-based commissioning and contracting for wound care services.

Please read on for a summary of the National CQUIN Indicators and specific details on the wound assessment CQUIN goal set for 2017-2019 for community providers.

Overview - Headlines from NHS England CQUIN scheme announced for 2017-2019 (3)

The CQUIN scheme (The Commissioning for Quality and Innovation) is a payments framework for providers to deliver clinical quality improvements and drive transformational change.

A two year scheme has been announced for 2017-2019, to give certainty and stability on the CQUIN goals and enable health communities to focus on implementing the initiatives. (4)

The CQUIN scheme aims to support delivery of the Five Year Forward View and directly link to the NHS Mandate.

Two areas of focus are outlined in the NHS England CQUIN Guidance , extracted here (4):

“1. Clinical quality and transformational indicators - 13 indicators have been defined which aim to improve quality and outcomes for patients.

2. Supporting local areas:

  • Sustainability and Transformation Plans – reinforcing the critical role providers have in developing and implementing local STPs.
  • Local financial sustainability – encouraging providers and commissioners to work together to achieve financial balance and to complement the introduction of system control totals at STP level. “

The National CQUIN Indicators for 2017-2019 (4)

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Details of Wound Assessment CQUIN for Community Providers (5)

Indicator name: Improving the assessment of wounds

Indicator weighting (% of CQUIN scheme available)         0.25%

Description of indicator: The indicator aims to increase the number of wounds which have failed to heal after 4 weeks that receive a full wound assessment.

Rationale for Wound Assessment CQUIN Indicator

Extract from Page 130 of NHS England CQUIN Indicator Specification (5):

“1/ Failure to complete a full assessment can contribute to ineffective treatment which therefore   delays the rate of wound healing for patients. This has significant consequences for patients in respect of their quality of life as failure to treat wounds correctly can lead to delays in healing or failure to heal.

2/ For providers and commissioners the delay in wound healing   relates to the resources being consumed inappropriately. Managing patients with wounds and their associated co-morbidities is estimated to cost the NHS £5.3 billion; the average cost of unhealed wounds is more than double that of healed wounds.  There is also significant variation in current practice.

3/ A recent economic evaluation of a  wound care pathway for chronic wounds demonstrates that the current pathway experienced by many patients  delivers poorer outcomes at greater cost to the commissioner – the study estimates this cost to be approximately  10 times greater.  “

Achieving Transformational Change for Wound Care Pathways

Entec Health is working with NHS Providers to develop and deliver transformation of wound care pathways, enabled with the innovative Silhouette (ARANZ Medical) digital wound assessment and information management solution. (6,7,8,9,10)

Find out more here: Download Silhouette Health Innovation Prospectus

Contact us to discuss wound care transformation

Silhouette is developed and manufactured by ARANZ Medical. Entec Health is an appointed distributor for ARANZ Medical in the UK.

References and Resources  

1/ Health economic burden that wounds impose on the National Health Service in the UK: Guest JF, et al BMJ Open 2015:5:e009283. Doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009283, View BMJ Open Article

2/ The True Cost of Wound Care, Kate Pym, Entec Health Guest Blog: See Blog

3/ NHS England CQUIN 2017-2019 Resources: See NHS England CQUIN Resources 2017-2019

4/ CQUIN 2017/19 Guidance – Publications Gateway Reference 06023 See NHS England CQUIN Resources 2017-2019

5/ CQUIN Indicator Specification – Publications Gateway Reference 06023 See NHS England CQUIN Resources 2017-2019

6/The use of electronic data capture devices in wound care settings. J.Fletcher, Wounds UK 2012, Vol 8, No 4 Download Publication

7/ EMAHSN Diabetes Foot Digital Solution  Care Closer to Home demonstrator, enabled by Silhouette. Read more EMAHSN website

8/ Going Digital, case study of early adopter experience with Silhouette, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Diabetic Foot Clinic, London, UK. M.Bates, March 2013. Download Case Study via this page

9/ Use of novel 3D digital technology for assessment of diabetic foot ulceration. J Lucas et al, Diabetes Foot Clinic, King’s College Hospital, London, SAWC Poster Presentation April 2015 (Please request copy via author)

10/ Pressure Ulcer Management case study, Barlow Respiratory Hospital, Long Term Acute Care Facility, Los Angeles, US, October 2013, See Case Study (ARANZ Medical web page)