Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early Pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue

The SEM Scanner, prevention made real, visits Wounds UK 2018 conference
The SEM Scanner, prevention made real, visits Wounds UK 2018 conference

BBI are delighted to be able to share with you an important new publication related to the science behind the SEM Scanner titled: “Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early Pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue” authored by Dr Steve Gershon and published in the esteemed scientific journal Advances in Skin and Wound Care.

This study demonstrates that SEM Scanner is “consistently reliable across all the anatomical specific measurement sites and determines the absence of anatomy specific localised inflammation in healthy tissue”.

Gershon S., (2020). Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue. Advances in Skin and Wound Care. 00:00-00

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Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early Pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue

BBI are delighted to be able to share with you an important new publication related to the science behind the SEM Scanner titled: “Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early Pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue” authored by Dr Steve Gershon and published in the esteemed scientific journal Advances in Skin and Wound Care.

This study demonstrates that SEM Scanner is “consistently reliable across all the anatomical specific measurement sites and determines the absence of anatomy specific localised inflammation in healthy tissue”.

Gershon S., (2020). Using Subepidermal Moisture Level as an Indicator of Early pressure Damage to Local Skin and Tissue. Advances in Skin and Wound Care. 00:00-00

Click this link to learn more