Webcast Recordings

Webcast Recordings

Miss our latest webinar? Catch-up here!

Hear from Dr. Thomas Serena and Terry Swanson, NP as they discuss:

  • What are the current challenges in wound care?
  • How does bacterial burden impact wound care costs and healing rates?
  • What is the MolecuLight imaging procedure?
  • How does it compare to standard of care assessment?
  • How can bacterial imaging support cost savings?
  • How do we better engage our patients in their care?
Cost Savings & Patient Engagement

Learn more about our new Reimbursement Pathway

If you’d like to learn how the MolecuLight i:X can help your practice, you can book a demonstration here.

Shedding Light on Common Bacterial Removal Techniques: Review of Clinical Cases

Bacterial Removal

A Diagnostic Pathway for Wound Associated Cellulitis

Cellulitis

Report Card on U.S. Antimicrobial Prescribing Practices: A Failing Grade

Antimicrobial

Wound Technology to Enhance Patient Care

Fluorescence Imaging

When Should I Perform Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging of Wound Bioburden? Guidelines based on Delphi Consensus

Fluorescence Imaging Guidelines

A New Way to Look at Wounds in the Covid-19 Era: When PPE Has Eliminated Smell From the Infection Equation

How Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging of Bacterial Burden is Improving Care, Costs, and Healing

Cost Saving & Wound Healing

Fluorescence Imaging is an Essential Tool for DFU Management: A 2-Year Analysis of Outcomes and Cost Savings in a Hospital Outpatient Clinic

Fluorescence Imaging & Cost Savings

Proactive vs. Reactive Wound Care in the Hospital Outpatient Setting

Hospital Outpatient

Wound Cleanser Investigation: Which Cleansers Aren’t Getting the Job Done?

Wound Cleansers

What is the MolecuLight i:X procedure?

Fluorescence imaging & wound measurement

Utility of Point-of-Care Fluorescence for Detection of Elevated Bacterial Burden at an Army Medical Center

DoD & VA Setting

Utility of Point-of-Care Fluorescence for Detection of Elevated Bacterial Burden in an Outpatient Wound Care Setting

Bacterial Burden

Adopting Fluorescence Imaging for Detection of Elevated Bacterial Burden as a Standard of Care in our Long-Term Care Facilities

Long Term Care Application

Clinical Perspective:
My Experience Using & Billing for the MolecuLight Wound Imaging Procedure

Podiatry

Legal and Medical Implications: Fluorescence Imaging for Detection of Elevated Bacterial Burden

Podiatry

The use of Point-of-Care Bacterial Autofluorescence Imaging in the Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial

Outpatient Application

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Overcoming Barriers to Healing with Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging

Outpatient Application

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You Can’t Treat What You Can’t See: Uncovering Infection With Point-of-Care Bacterial Fluorescence Imaging

Infection

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You Don’t Know What You Can’t See: Novel Diagnostics Will Save Limbs and Lives

Wound Care Benefits

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Clinical Perspective: My Experience Using & Billing for the MolecuLight i:X® Procedure

Reimbursement

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New Reimbursement Pathway for the MolecuLight i:X Bacterial Imaging Procedure

Reimbursement

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Wound Care in 2020: How Point-of-Care Bacterial Imaging is Shifting the Wound Assessment Paradigm

Peri wound, Wound Cleaning

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How Point-of-Care Bacterial Imaging is Reducing Cost & Improving Care in Wound Care
Download the full whitepaper to learn how MolecuLight’s point-of-care bacterial imaging technology is shifting the paradigm of wound care.