An Innovative Approach

The PRESSUREALERT® System enables healthcare providers and patients to prevent and heal wounds.

The PressureAlert System
The PressureAlert System

Breakthrough Technology to Fight Pressure Injuries

The PRESSUREALERT® System prevents wounds by alerting patients and caregivers when the patient has applied too much pressure for too long to a high-risk area of the body. 

the problem

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Pressure injuries (or bedsores) are skin and/or tissue injuries that typically occur on certain high-risk areas of the body such as heels, sacrum, elbows, and head. There are several time consuming and costly traditional methods utilized today to prevent and treat pressure ulcers. These methods can include teams of nurses moving patients every two hours, purchases of expensive specialized beds/mattresses that shift patients, and offloading devices for specific parts of the body.

However, these alternatives are not always utilized effectively and patients frequently roll back onto compromised tissue after being turned, unknown to the caregiver. 

The PRESSUREALERT® System is your answer.  

The PRESSUREALERT® System Works in Three Steps


Apply the dressing which contains a pressure sensor that detects pressure and wirelessly sends information.


Monitor the tablet which receives the sensor information and monitors and alerts patient and caregiver.


The information is sent to the Cloud to monitor the patient remotely and provide clinical history.


Our Innovative
Approach For You.

Learn more by reviewing our decision tree to see the process and protocols for a better outcome for all when it comes to pressure injuries.  

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Patients avoid pain, recover more quickly, and suffer less loss of function, disability, and serious time and financial costs.
Caregivers save time, effort, and reduce the frequency and severity of on the job injuries.

Providers and payors can improve quality of care, decrease costs, and diminish their legal risk.

PRESSUREALERT® Dressing Applications

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