- Monitoring your own treatment
- Shorter treatment time
- Safer treatment
CIMON is placed on the patient's lower leg and bandaged on top as usual. It connects to an App that passes data on to the healthcare staff. The data shows when a bandage change will be optimal.
As the first municipality in Denmark, the Home Nursing department in Gladsaxe municipality tests the effect of treating swollen legs (edema) with a sensor. This is done in collaboration with Icompression and Specialbandager.dk in Bagsværd.
Citizens suffering from swollen legs (edema) are usually treated with a tight bandage – compression bandage – which leads the liquid away from the legs. The bandages should be on 24 hours a day for the best effect and should normally be changed after fixed intervals.
Read the full press release from Gladsaxe municipality: Read the press release