New app aids patients with diabetic ulcers

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

Tillges Technologies, a spinoff of Minnesota-based Tillges Certified Orthotic Prosthetic, will unveil a mobile application and sensor called PressureGuardian to help patients with diabetic ulcers measure the pressure placed by a foot brace on the wound. The platform is capable of communicating wirelessly with iPads and iPhones, allowing practitioners to easily view data and adjust the shape of the orthosis if it is applying too much pressure.

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