Optimized for iPhone 5
Works great on iPhone 4
Works best on iOS 5.0 or later
Security of this data and images is a major point. Confidentiality has been a focus with this app. For health professionals the photo will be saved in a secure area of the phone and will not be shown in the Public photo gallery and will not be transferred by iCloud to other devices. The health professional will have the option of evidence of patient consent to wound photography. However, the security cannot be guaranteed on jail broken devices.
Wound Cam has been designed for both the individual and for the health professional, for a diversity of wound healing management through electronic data measurements. Wound Cam provides an objective record of healing and also reducing any misinterpretation of wound assessment by different care providers.
Wound Cam can measure wounds using one reference measurement. Once the measurement of the wound is made, you can save the picture under your name or create a file under a client's name. For health professionals, you are able to create a file for each client and compare the progress of the wound through accurate photographic evidence. Incorporated is the ability to describe the wound by the type and amount of exudate, odour, pain score and surrounding tissue. This information is collaborated and can be sent by email for a comprehensive assessment by yourself or your team members.
Each screen is designed for easy navigation with large keys for ease of use.
Confidentiality has been a focus with this app. The photos will be saved in a secure area of the phone and will not be shown in the Public photo gallery.
The health professional will have the option of evidence of patient consent to wound photography.
Patients are able to monitor the progress of their wound and be able to send detailed progress to their doctor or specialist.
The app is applicable for all health professionals, patients and their families as well as other progressive individuals such as vets to have an ongoing visual progress of wound healing.
Early detection of wound stasis can save $$$$$$ on inappropriate dressing material.