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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SEM / subepidermal moisture

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2020 A blinded clinical study using a subepidermal moisture biocapacitance measurement device for early detection of pressure injuries. AUC, ITT, PI, STA
2019 Improved clinical outcomes in pressure ulcer prevention using the SEM scanner. PU
2019 Phantom testing of the sensitivity and precision of a sub-epidermal moisture scanner. DTIs, PUs
2019 Use of prophylactic silicone adhesive dressings for maintaining skin integrity in intensive care unit patients: A randomised controlled trial. PI
2018 An Observational, Prospective Cohort Pilot Study to Compare the Use of Subepidermal Moisture Measurements Versus Ultrasound and Visual Skin Assessments for Early Detection of Pressure Injury. PUs, sDTI, US, VSA
2018 Subepidermal moisture detection of heel pressure injury: The pressure ulcer detection study outcomes. DTI, PrI
2018 The relationship between nurses assessment of early pressure ulcer damage and sub epidermal moisture measurement: A prospective explorative study. ---
2018 The use of sub-epidermal moisture measurement in predicting blanching erythema in jaundice patients. ORs, PU, VSA
2018 Utility of a sensor-based technology to assist in the prevention of pressure ulcers: A clinical comparison. BBI, HAPU
10  2017 Accuracy of ultrasound, thermography and subepidermal moisture in predicting pressure ulcers: a systematic review. ICTR
11  2017 Subepidermal moisture (SEM) and bioimpedance: a literature review of a novel method for early detection of pressure-induced tissue damage (pressure ulcers). ---
12  2014 Subepidermal moisture surrounding pressure ulcers in persons with a spinal cord injury: a pilot study. PrUs, SCI
13  2012 Assessing the feasibility of subepidermal moisture to predict erythema and stage 1 pressure ulcers in persons with spinal cord injury: a pilot study. DPU, NH, PrUs, SCI, VSA
14  2009 Subepidermal moisture is associated with early pressure ulcer damage in nursing home residents with dark skin tones: pilot findings. DPUs, NH, PU
15  2008 Subepidermal moisture differentiates erythema and stage I pressure ulcers in nursing home residents. DPU, NH, PUs
16  2007 Subepidermal moisture predicts erythema and stage 1 pressure ulcers in nursing home residents: a pilot study. DPUs, NH, PUs, VSA