Introducing Provizio SEM Scanner, the first hand-held wireless scanner with intelligence
inside, for fast and easy Pressure Injury/Ulcer (PI/PU) risk assessments and the only SEM
Scanner that acts as an adjunct to routine clinical skin assessment on the sacum and heels.
Digitally enhance the patient care pathway with built-in data transfer for enhanced insight and risk identification, five days* earlier than visual skin assessment,1 regardless of skin tone.2
In clinical practice since 2014, the new Provizio SEM Scanner has, in preliminary laboratory testing, shown the same precision as the previous SEM Scanner 200 model.3
The Provizio SEM Scanner is available in two versions;
Single-use sensor, for single patient use
Integrated fixed head sensor
Scan and detect deep and early-stage Pressure Injuries/Ulcers 5 days* earlier1
Provizio SEM Scanner, the only hand-held wireless device, that offers PI/PU risk assessment insight by rapid scanning, effortless data capture and real-time data transfer
The device scans and collects patient data in real-time, site-by-site and patient-by-patient. When placed in the Provizio Charging Hub, the collected data automatically transfers to the comprehensive Gateway Dashboard for patient, ward and facility management purposes.For more information on the Gateway, click here.
The objective, anatomically specific delta readings and integrated, seamless data management, help empower HCPs by earlier identification of increased PI/PU risk allowing targeted interventions 5 days* before it becomes visible on the skin surface,1 regardless of skin tone.2
Using the Provizio SEM Scanner, single-use sensor version, helps to manage the burden of disinfection and infection control.
Intelligent technology supporting PI/PU prevention, developed in collaboration with health care practitioners and researchers.
The intelligent technology, designed in collaboration with HCPs and researchers, supports targeted PI/PU incidence reduction in all challenging healthcare environments, regardless of skin tone.2 The technology identifies biocapacitance of soft tissues which is described as a biophysical marker.4
An adjunct to the existing care pathway, Provizio SEM Scanner puts intelligence in the palm of the HCP’s hand. The intuitive device with barcode scanning capabilities and patient data dashboards empower HCPs to target PI/PU incidence reduction.
Capture and transfer objective data on a select patient or wider patient population seamlessly and directly to the Gateway Dashboard. HCPs across the care pathway can review and share anatomically-specific data to help identify PI/PU risks for all their patients, regardless of skin tone.2 As all data is collected and stored in digital format, managing and reporting is easier and faster than before.
For more information on the Gateway, click here.
The unique Provizio SEM Scanner is creating a new paradigm for PI/PU prevention, digitally enhancing the care pathway across all healthcare settings.
The Provizio SEM Scanner is designed to rapidly and easily scan anatomically-specific areas of the body to detect deep and early-stage PI/PUs. The intuitive user interface makes it incredibly easy to use, scan, read, interpret and take action based on real-time results.
With the Provizio SEM Scanner, HCPs have the ability to identify increased risk of PI/PU development 5 days* before it becomes visible on the skin surface,1 regardless of skin tone.2 The technology immediately reports PI/PU risk status on the individual patient, providing a clear pathway to help reduce PI/PU risk.
The Provizio SEM Scanner is a cost-effective means of documenting PI/PU risk5 and supports reduced nursing time and costs of care by avoiding the complications that arise from PI/PUs. Earlier detection of of deep and early-stage PI/PU’s, enabling targeted interventions, can result in significant financial benefits and cost savings,6 helping to reduce the cost of care, free up nursing hours, release bed days and increase ROI5-6
1. Okonkwo H. et al. (2020). A blinded clinical study using a subepidermal moisture biocapacitance device for early detection of pressure injuries. Wound Repair Regen, (online) 1-11. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1111/wrr.12790 (Accessed: 21 January 2020)
2. Bates-Jensen B. et al. (2009). Subepidermal Moisture Is Associated with Early Pressure Ulcer Damage in Nursing Home Residents With Dark Skin Tones. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 36(3), pp.277-284
3. Cohen L. et al. (2019). Phantom testing of sensitivity and precision of the sub-epidermal moisture (SEM) Scanner. Abstract submitted and presented at EPUAP, Lyon, France
4. Ross G., Gefen A. (2019). Assessment of sub-epidermal moisture by direct measurement of tissue Biocapacitance. Med Eng. and Physics
5. Padula W. et al. (2020). The cost-effectiveness of subepidermal moisture scanning to assess pressure injury in U.S. health systems. Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. 0(0) 1-9
6. Gefen A. et al. (2020). Modelling the cost-benefits arising from technology-aided early detection of pressure ulcers. Wounds International. Vol 11:1 pp12-17
At BBI scientific knowledge, methods and rigour underpin everything we do. They inform our decision-making and drive the actions we take. Externally, we demonstrate valid results to affirm the credibility of our SEM Scanner technology.
To learn more about the supporting evidence please click on our clinical studies, the real world evidence and our Health Economic Outcomes Research.
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