Can you contribute to vital burn care research lead by Dr Amber Young of the University of Bristol? We’re happy to spread the word!

We received the following notification from Dr Amber Young recently and are happy to spread the word. Amber writes; “The COSB (Core Outcome Set for Burn care research) study, is being carried out by Dr Amber Young at the University of Bristol, and aims to identify [...]

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Accuracy of the moorLDI2-BI system has been highlighted yet again!!

The superior accuracy of the moorLDI2-BI system has been highlighted yet again – this time in and evaluation study where the moorLDI2-BI imager was compared to thermal imaging. In a recent Publication in the Burns Journal Wearn et al report on an evaluation of the moorLDI2-BI [...]

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Moor laser Doppler imagers – 1 of 3 key changes in burn wound management this decade!

Moor laser Doppler imagers have been highlighted in an abstract at the 2017 International Surgical Groups recent meeting in Johannesburg. An excerpt from Professor Stan Monstrey’s abstract can be seen here: ISG Abstract: 2017: ‘Paradigm shifts in the management of burn injuries’ Stan J. Monstrey, Ghent [...]

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NICE MTG2 Update – 2017

In a recent review NICE have updated the MTG2 guidance for the moorLDI2-BI system for burn assessment in the NHS, the addition of the moorLDLS-BI rapid line scanner was highlighted: Technology availability and changes “A new laser Doppler burn imager, moorLDLS-BI has been developed which uses [...]

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NICE National Cost Estimates Review Highlights NHS savings when using the Moor Burn Imaging Systems

In a recent update, NICE have published new cost saving guidance on their website: https://www.nice.org.uk/about/what-we-do/into-practice/cost-saving-guidance. In this publication the estimated savings per £100,000 are given for the Moor Burn imaging system. In brief, NICE report: “Cost saving guidance In recognition of the challenging financial situation faced [...]

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Press Release!

New article ‘In Press’ adds further weight to the evidence for the use of laser Doppler imaging to aid the reduction in the incidence of hypertrophic scarring: “Earlier surgical treatment than current practice, guided by laser imaging or other novel modalities of burn depth assessment, aiming [...]

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ISBI Practice Guidelines for Burn Care: LDI/LDLS = Standard of Care

The International Society for Burn Injury (ISBI) have published their practice guidelines for burn care specialists all over the world. These new practice guidelines clearly highlight the importance of the use of our laser Doppler imagers for the early accurate diagnosis of burn depth: “Q: How [...]

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NEW Publication highlights the fantastic accuracy of Moor Burn Imagers for Burn Assessment

A new Publication now ‘In Press’ in the Burn Journal and available online describing a meta-analysis of data for burn assessment using primarily Moor Burn Imagers. Review Diagnostic accuracy of laser Doppler imaging in burn depth assessment: Systematic review and meta-analysis. The Authors stated “The AUC [...]

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moorLDI described as an ‘essential tool in evidence based management’ of Paediatric Burns

The management and treatment of paediatric burns is a subject we often hear discussed in the burns community, with the ultimate aim being the optimisation of healing time and reduction in the rate of hypertrophic scarring. In a recent Publication from Kishikova, Smith & Cubison (2014) [...]

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LDI reduces hospital stay and costs of burn treatment in Lithuania

The results of a prospective randomised study of 57 burn patients treated in the University Hospital of Kaunas in the period 2009–2011 was recently published on PubMed Central - see full article here. The aim of this clinical study was to compare two different methods of [...]

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Publication concludes that the high accuracy of the new moorLDLS-BI line-scan imager was comparable to that of the traditional LDI

In a recent publication by Hoeksema et al the moorLDLS-BI was clinically evaluated in a multi-centre paediatric study, with excellent results! The group concluded that “The high accuracy of the new line-scan imager was comparable to that of the traditional LDI. Its size and mobility enabled [...]

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Large multi-centre trial concludes

We are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a large, multicentre clinical trial during which hundreds of burn wounds were scanned and assessed using our latest imaging system, the moorLDLS-BI. Detailed analysis of the data from this trial, along with user feedback, has enabled Moor Instruments [...]

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