The proven leader in turn protocol improvement + HAPI reduction
The LEAF System is backed by a wealth of evidence – including more than a hundred clinical studies – demonstrating:
- Improvement in turn quality or protocol adherence
- Reduced risk of developing HAPIs compared with standard care
- Reduced costs related to HAPIs compared with standard care
- Help in mitigating disparity in care around:
- Nursing shifts
- Patient characteristics such as BMI and ventilator status
- Help improving teamwork, workflow prioritization and communication, which is evident in nurse surveys
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The compendium includes evidence supporting the LEAF System’s impact on:
Significantly reduced risk of pressure injuries by 94% (Compared with standard of care [p<0.02])23
Turn protocol adherence
Increase in turn protocol adherence rate from national average 52% to 77% – a relative increase of 48%24
Return on investment
Projected annual savings of $6,621,113 due to 77% reduction of HAPIs25
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Meta-analysis shows patient wearable sensor reduces incidence of hospital-acquired pressure injuries in critically ill patients
The LEAF System was shown to reduce the incidence of HAPIs by 70% in a meta-analysis of 19,136 patients.
Effect of a wearable patient sensor on care delivery for preventing pressure injuries in acutely ill adults: A pragmatic randomized clinical trial (LS-HAPI study)
This randomized controlled trial demonstrates that patients treated with LEAF Patient Monitoring System are 73% less likely to develop a pressure injury.
Pilot study: Assessing the effect of continual position monitoring technology on compliance with patient turning protocols
Turn protocol compliance improved from 64% at baseline to 98% after implementation of the LEAF Patient Monitoring System, as this study demonstrates.
See how one facility reduced hospital-acquired pressure injuries by 85% and saved $71,556 in non-reimbursable treatments costs in a single month.
Recently updated international clinical practice guidelines recommend several important new strategies to combat HAPIs, including patient repositioning using tools such as wireless patient…