New app aids patients with diabetic ulcers

07/9/2013 | Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Tillges Technologies will unveil a mobile application and sensor, dubbed PressureGuardian, to help patients with diabetic ulcers measure the pressure placed by a foot brace on their wound. The platform is capable of communicating wirelessly with iPads and iPhones, allowing patients and practitioners to easily view data. The company is considering extending the concept to other products that can cause chronic wounds, such as patient beds and wheelchairs, after seeing promising results when it tested the device on some patients with diabetic foot ulcers.

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