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Below are just some of the many use cases for PicSafe®.
Scenario: A Dermatologist is consulting a patient that is worried about a mole. The doctor feels it is suspicious and wants to take a photo of it before removing it.
Outcome WITHOUT PicSafe:
Scenario: The emergency department treats a patient's infected wound. The Emergency resident thinks they should consult a plastic surgeon.
Results using PicSafe:
Scenario: A woman was admitted with a third-degree burn on her foot. A nurse is required to clean and re-dress the injury twice daily (9 am and 4 pm). At 11:30 am the burns specialist is performing her rounds and needs to see how the wound is responding.
Results using PicSafe® (if the nurse takes a photo at 9am):
Scenario: A grandmother presents with her four-year-old granddaughter at Emergency. She apparently had been "hot, coughing, crying, and got stiff and jerky for a few seconds".