Google Glass app allows physicians to evaluate wounds remotely

02/11/2014 | San Antonio Express-News

A Google Glass application called EyeSight, made by Austin, Texas-based Pristine, allows medical practitioners to stream video and audio of wounds to physicians who can determine if they need to see the patient in person. Slow-healing chronic wounds such as diabetic and venous ulcers are a promising market for the technology, this article says. The app, which has undergone testing at the University of California at Irvine, will soon be used at Wound Care Advantage outpatient clinics in Southern California.

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