[Whitepaper] A Patient-Centered Remote Therapy Monitoring Program Focusing On Increased Adherence To Wound Therapy: A Large Cohort Study
Once a wound care patient returns home, remote therapy monitoring (RTM) proctors the patient with the expectation of improving compliance with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT). But does human intervention influence patient adherence even further? Data from this retrospective study show an increase in therapy usage and mean number of therapy hours increased in the days following an adherence phone call.
Download this whitepaper to find out how the results of a small gesture had a big impact on compliance. This was accompanied by a positive correlation between NPWT use and reduction in wound volume and surface area.