Webcast Recordings

Webcast Recordings

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

This webcast will provide an overview of how fluorescence imaging technology works, how it can be easily incorporated into your clinical workflow, and how increased information on bacterial burden informs clinical decision making.
Bacterial Burden

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.

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.