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2020 the year we would rather forget

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 6, Page 1555-1555, December 2020.

Hyperspectral imaging in wound care: A systematic review

Abstract

Multispectral and hyperspectral imaging (HSI) are emerging imaging techniques with the potential to transform the way patients with wounds are cared for, but it is not clear whether current systems are capable of delivering real‐time tissue characterisation and treatment guidance. We conducted a systematic review of HSI systems that have been assessed in patients, published over the past 32 years. We analysed 140 studies, including 10 different HSI systems. Current in vivo HSI systems generate a tissue oxygenation map. Tissue oxygenation measurements may help to predict those patients at risk of wound formation or delayed healing. No safety concerns were reported in any studies. A small number of studies have demonstrated the capabilities of in vivo label‐free HSI, but further work is needed to fully integrate it into the current clinical workflow for different wound aetiologies. As an emerging imaging modality for medical applications, HSI offers great potential for non‐invasive disease diagnosis and guidance when treating patients with both acute and chronic wounds.

2020 the year we would rather forget

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 6, Page 1555-1555, December 2020.

Important News from the International Wound Journal

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 5, Page 1105-1105, October 2020.

Hyperspectral imaging in wound care: A systematic review

Abstract

Multispectral and hyperspectral imaging (HSI) are emerging imaging techniques with the potential to transform the way patients with wounds are cared for, but it is not clear whether current systems are capable of delivering real‐time tissue characterisation and treatment guidance. We conducted a systematic review of HSI systems that have been assessed in patients, published over the past 32 years. We analysed 140 studies, including 10 different HSI systems. Current in vivo HSI systems generate a tissue oxygenation map. Tissue oxygenation measurements may help to predict those patients at risk of wound formation or delayed healing. No safety concerns were reported in any studies. A small number of studies have demonstrated the capabilities of in vivo label‐free HSI, but further work is needed to fully integrate it into the current clinical workflow for different wound aetiologies. As an emerging imaging modality for medical applications, HSI offers great potential for non‐invasive disease diagnosis and guidance when treating patients with both acute and chronic wounds.

Societal pandemic burnout: A COVID legacy

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 4, Page 873-874, August 2020.

COVID‐19 a short‐term challenge, telewound a lifetime change

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 529-529, June 2020.

World Union of Wound Healing Societies Meeting, 2020

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 2, Page 241-241, April 2020.

Is wound photography becoming sloppy?

International Wound Journal, Volume 17, Issue 1, Page 5-6, February 2020.

Final thoughts for 2019

International Wound Journal, Volume 16, Issue 6, Page 1251-1251, December 2019.

Innovation and inertia in wounds

International Wound Journal, Volume 16, Issue 5, Page 1079-1079, October 2019.

Data‐driven specialisation of wound care through artificial intelligence

International Wound Journal, Volume 16, Issue 4, Page 879-880, August 2019.

Communities and resistance

International Wound Journal, Volume 16, Issue 3, Page 591-591, June 2019.

A new year: The same challenge

International Wound Journal, Volume 16, Issue 1, Page 5-5, February 2019.

Can health care catch up with technology

International Wound Journal, Volume 15, Issue 6, Page 861-861, December 2018.

How millennials could impact the evolution of wound care

International Wound Journal, Volume 15, Issue 5, Page 681-682, October 2018.
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