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2,000+ Patients' Worth Of New Moleculight Data To Be Presented At The SAWC Fall 2022 Conference'


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Unprecedented Body of New Clinical Evidence using the MolecuLight Wound Imaging Platform Demonstrates Improved Clinical Decision-Making and Patient Outcomes

TORONTO and LAS VEGAS, Oct. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ - ., the leader in point-of-care fluorescence imaging for real-time detection of elevated bacterial loads in wounds, announces that over 2,000 patients' worth of new MolecuLight data will be presented at . The data will be presented through a combination of seven clinical posters and three clinical talks and workshops. The international conference is being hosted from October 13 - 16, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is one of the largest multidisciplinary meetings of wound care professionals in the world.




Listing of podium talks, and clinical posters featuring MolecuLight at SAWC Fall 2022 (a) (CNW Group/MolecuLight)


Listing of podium talks, and clinical posters featuring MolecuLight at SAWC Fall 2022 (b) (CNW Group/MolecuLight)


MolecuLight's booth (#434) at SAWC Fall 2022 in Las Vegas with live demonstrations of the MolecuLight i:X and DX point-of-care imaging systems for detection of bacterial burden in wounds and digital wound measurement and tracking (CNW Group/MolecuLight)

'We are thrilled to have our customers share over 2,000 patients' worth of results derived using the MolecuLight imaging platform this week at SAWC Fall', says Anil Amlani, CEO of MolecuLight. 'This volume of clinical evidence is unprecedented for a wound imaging device and illustrates the significant utility that the MolecuLight i: X and DX devices are delivering across the full range of care settings. I am especially proud of the staggering improvement in clinical results in vulnerable patient populations when clinicians used the MolecuLight devices. This includes the elderly and disabled population in the long-term care and skilled nursing facility settings as well as studies using MolecuLight in patient populations with a range of skin pigmentations.'

'My organization serves the long-term-care and skilled nursing wound care sector in multiple states. The MolecuLight procedure is standard of care for our wound care professionals because of the unmatched insights it provides to our decision-making', says Martha R Kelso, CEO of Wound Care Plus, LLC. 'I will present our real-world evidence and documented outcomes using MolecuLight at SAWC including improvements in wound healing rates and reduction in antibiotic usage. In addition, there was a marked reduction of patients with severe infection-related complications (cellulitis, sepsis, osteomyelitis, or any wound-associated hospitalization) notably, without increasing systemic antibiotic usage. The improvements in outcomes to this vulnerable population by using this imaging device is most impressive and are much needed.'

A submission on MolecuLight titled Closing the gap on racial disparities in diagnosis of chronic wound infections: the concerning trend involving skin pigmentation and a role for fluorescence imaging, by Dr. Jonathan Johnson, MD MBA CWSP, Medical Director at Comprehensive Wound Care Services and Capital Aesthetic & Laser Center, Washington DC, was selected as one of the top 4 scoring abstracts. This is the fifth consecutive year of SAWC meetings in which an abstract on improving clinical decision-making and patient outcomes achieved through the use of MolecuLight's bacterial-detection technology has received this honour. 'There is a known disparity in wound outcomes and amputation rates between low and high skin pigmentation patients. Fluorescence imaging using MolecuLight allowed clinicians to identify more at-risk or clinically infected wounds across all skin tones compared to standard clinical assessment', says Dr. Johnson. 'This benefit was most pronounced for patients with the highest skin pigmentation, where the sensitivity to detect bacterial loads using standard-of-care clinical signs and symptoms alone was only 3%; this increased by 12-fold when using MolecuLight. These results are impressive and bode well for this modality's ability to raise the bar for diagnostic imaging across racially diverse patient populations. This aids our efforts to acknowledge and reduce disparities impacting health outcomes.'

The featuring the MolecuLight i: X and DX from SAWC Fall 2022 are as follows:

a) CLINICAL PRESENTATIONS
  • Closing the gap on racial disparities in diagnosis of chronic wound infections: the concerning trend involving skin pigmentation and a role for fluorescence imaging Dr. Jonathan Johnson, MD, MBA, CWSPAdvanced Clinical Practice & Emerging Research (SAWC Oral Abstracts), Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM, Julius 1-4
  • Breaking Biases with Wound Imaging: Racial Disparities and Vulnerable Population Quality of Care Moderator Dot Weir, RN, CWON, CWS and speakers Martha Kelso, RN, HBOT, Dr. Jonathan Johnson, MD, MBA, CWSP, Dr. Charles A. Andersen, MD, FACS, MAPWCA and Dr. Alton Johnson Jr., DPM, FACPM, DABPM, CWSPInnovation Theater Workshop, Sunday, Oct 16, 2022, 7:45 – 9:00am, Milano VII-VIII
  • Shining a Light on Bold Ideas in Wound Care Imaging bacterial load in complex wound patients: Outcomes analysis of healing, infections, and life-threatening complications Martha Kelso, CEO, Wound Care Plus, LLCInnovation Spotlight , Sunday, Oct 16, 2022, 11:20am - 12:20pm, Milano V-VI
b) CLINICAL POSTERS
  • Poster# PI-026 Fluorescence imaging prompts more thorough debridement of bacteria & biofilm: Real world data from 1000 wound assessments across 36 states Ashley Jacob*, BSN RN; Laura M. Jones*, PhD; Nathan Krehbiel*, BSN RN; Audrey Moyer-Harris*, BSN RN MBA CWS; Alyssa McAtee, PT, DPT; Isabel Baker, BSN RN, WCC, OMS*; Monique Y. Rennie*, PhD poster
  • Poster# CR-018 Impact of fluorescence imaging of bacterial presence, location, and load on wound healing, infections & hospitalizations: retrospective analysis of 193 wounds from Medicare patients Martha R. Kelso, RN HBOT poster
  • Poster# CR-002 Point-of-Care Fluorescence Imaging Reveals Extent of Chronic Inhibitory Bacterial Load in Diabetic Foot Ulcers Thomas E. Serena, MD FACS; David Armstrong, DPM MD PhD, Michael E. Edmonds
  • Poster# CR-017 Closing the gap on racial disparities in diagnosis of chronic wound infections: the concerning trend involving skin pigmentation and a role for fluorescence imaging Jonathan Johnson, MD MBA CWSP; Alton Johnson Jr., DPM FACPM DABPM CWSP; Charles Andersen, MD FACS; Martha R. Kelso, RN HBOT; Alisha Oropallo, MD FACS; Thomas E. Serena, MD FACS poster
  • Poster# CR-029 Location matters when sampling a wound: The impact of fluorescence imaging on microbiological findings and its role in diagnostic & antibiotic stewardship Thomas Serena, MD FACS; Philip Bowler, Monique Y. Rennie, PhD poster
  • Poster# PI-003 The Role of Fluorescence Bacterial Scanning in the Identification & Treatment of Intertriginous Bacteria in Diabetic Feet Charles Andersen, MD FACS; Katherine McLeod,RN; Rowena Steffan, RN
  • Poster# PI-002 Incorporating clues from imaged wound dressing in high bacterial loads & infection treatment planning Charles Andersen, MD FACS; Katherine McLeod, RN; Rowena Steffan, RN poster

In addition to the clinical posters and presentations at , the MolecuLight i: X® and DX ™ imaging devices will be available for demonstration in the MolecuLight booth #434 in the Octavius Ballroom (Level 3) at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV.

The MolecuLight i: X® and DX™ are the only imaging devices for the real-time detection of elevated bacterial burden in wounds that are FDA cleared and CE and Health Canada Approved. With unmatched clinical evidence including over 60 peer-reviewed publications and 1,500 patients, they are used by leading wound care facilities globally.

About MolecuLight Inc.

is a privately-owned medical imaging company that has developed and is commercializing its proprietary fluorescent imaging platform technology in multiple clinical markets. MolecuLight's suite of commercial devices, which include the MolecuLight i: X® and DX ™ fluorescence imaging systems and their accessories, are point-of-care handheld imaging devices for the and . MolecuLight procedures performed in the United States benefit from an available which includes two CPT® codes for physician work to perform 'fluorescence imaging for bacterial presence, location, and load' and facility payment for H ospital O utpatient D epartment ( HOPD ) and A mbulatory S urgical C enter ( ASC ) settings through an A mbulatory P ayment C lassification ( APC ) assignment. The company is also commercializing its unique fluorescence imaging platform technology for other global markets with relevant unmet needs in food safety, consumer cosmetics and other key industrial markets.

For more information, contact:

Rob Sandler Chief Marketing Officer MolecuLight Inc. T. +1.647.362.4684

Images:

  • Listing of MolecuLight Presentations and Posters at Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Fall 2022 Image Download : and
  • MolecuLight booth displaying the MolecuLight i: X and DX devices for the real-time detection of elevated bacterial burden in wounds Image Download :

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