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For information driven and outcome-based wound healing

Improve treatment and enhance unit collaboration by automatically monitoring wound healing directly at point of care. An easy-to-use mobile application (iOS/android) powered by industry leading artificial intelligence. 

Thank you!

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Winner 2022 - Link above


Winner 2022 - Link above

Improve wound treatments 

Up to 20% reduction of healing time due to early detection of non-functioning treatments

Increase patient involvement

Include and inspire patients by daily communicating and discussing precise wound healing trajectory

Enhance communication

Use objective documentation of wound healing to communicate with colleagues 

Trusted by more than 50 clinics, primary care units and municipality care facilities in Sweden from e.g. 

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Region Östergötland

“We have seen that we gain more trust from patients, and their confidence is boosted when the wound is gradually decreasing for each visit, now we can see the small changes that happens within a week”

Region Östergötland

“SeeWound quickly identifies halted healing, enabling us to quickly refer challenging patients to a specialist clinic for additional assessment"

Anesthesia nurse
Region Stockholm

“Our work feels more empowering and professional with SeeWound”

Region Stockholm

“All departments wound benefit to have SeeWound, patients moved to our unit are not always monitored with photo documentation- or sometimes no documentation at all... which directly affects the patient’s wound care”

Latest publications and use cases

SeeWound: Introducting Precision Medicine to Wound Care 

"SeeWound is the next generation clinically proven precision solution for AI-based wound assessments"

SeeWound: Outcome Based Wound Care within Municipality Care

"A nurse within municipality healthcare can evaluate and identify non-working treatments as effective as the leading specialist clinics"
Scientific board
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Christina Lindholm

PhD senior professor Sophiahemmet University/Karolinska University hospital. Author of the "wound care bible" SÅR.

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Artur Schmidtchen

Professor and Head of Division of Dermatology and Venereology, Lund University hospital

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Malin Munter

Wound care responsible Jönköping Municipality, Editor in Chief Sårjournalen

Latest news of SeeWound

Region Östergötland: SeeWound helps us improve quality of care for patients with hard to heal wounds 

"Continous development is a prerequisite to maintain a high quality of care. Patients with hard-to-heal wounds are treated across the full care continuum – specialist clinics and primary care and at home. Therefore, it is important that we find and use tools that ensure the same level of care everywhere"

30 November 2022

Wound Documentation: Försäljningslead

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