Clinicians

As a healthcare professional you want the best outcomes for your patient. Much of that outcome relies on the treatment plan that comes from an accurate diagnosis. MolecuLight i:X can aid in that process with proven results.

Cost Savings

Wound-related outcomes and antimicrobial dressing costs were quantified over 1-year before (2018/2019) and after (2019/2020) incorporating fluorescence imaging into routine practice. The period of fluorescence imaging saw a 27% increase in the number of wounds seen, yet annual antimicrobial dressing expenditure decreased by 33%[1].

Improved Outcomes

23% increase in 12 week wound healing rate
33% decrease in antibiotic prescribing
47% decrease in antimicrobial spending per wound[1]

MolecuLight is empowering wound care clinicians with breakthrough technology. It doesn’t stop there. The secret to embracing the full potential of the MolecuLight i:X is through our world-class training and support.

Wound care clinicians would have access to:

Learn how to use the MolecuLight i:X Imaging Device with this series of training videos.

Indepth training courses and certification tests for the MolecuLight i:Imaging Device, including how to accurately and effectively interpret MolecuLight i:fluorescence images.

Resources for Healthcare Professionals

New Clinical Publications

Diagnostic Accuracy of Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging for the Detection of Bacterial Burden in Wounds:

Diagnostic Accuracy of Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging for the Detection of Bacterial Burden in Wounds:
Results from the 350-Patient Fluorescence Imaging Assessment and Guidance Trial, (2020).

Routine Fluorescence Imaging to Detect Wound Bacteria Reduces Antibiotic Use and Antimicrobial Dressing Expenditure While Improving Healing Rates

Routine Fluorescence Imaging to Detect Wound Bacteria Reduces Antibiotic Use and Antimicrobial Dressing Expenditure. While Improving Healing Rates: Retrospective Analysis of 229 Foot Ulcers, (2020)

Videos on MolecuLight i:X

Workflow for Digital Wound Area Measurement

How to use the MolecuLight i:X