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Transform Pressure Injury Care with Prelivia

Doctor looking after her patient who is being treated with Prelivia to prevent pressure injuries

Save Lives. Minimize Healthcare.

Every year, more than 2.5 million people in the United States suffer from pressure injuries, also known as bedsores or pressure ulcers. One in 40 of these people die. These numbers are similar worldwide. That’s why we’re developing Prelivia.  Using our proprietary neurostimulation technology, Prelivia has been shown to prevent pressure injuries (bed sores) by increasing by promoting healthy blood circulation and tissue oxygenation all day long in people who are bedridden or chair bound.

Prelivia is Scientifically Proven to Reduce Pressure Injuries (Bed Sores)

Our patented IES technology was first tested in animal studies, where it was proven to reduce injuries by 80%.  IES was also recently tested on 68 patients at a healthcare facility in Alberta– all of whom were considered at-risk of developing a pressure ulcer/bed sore. No pressure injuries were observed while being treated with IES to promote tissue oxygenation and improve local blood circulation and minimize tissue damage.  Additional clinical studies are currently underway.

NOTE: Rehabtronics is currently seeking to fulfill regulatory requirements in the US and Canada to fully commercialize Prelivia. 

Prevent Pressure Injuries Easily and Effectively With Prelivia


Prelivia IES1 Wireless Controller

Proprietary electrodes

Proprietary electrodes​ for Prelivia by Rehabtronics

To prevent pressure injuries (bed sores), it takes a caregiver only minutes to apply and activate Prelivia on a patient. Simply apply electrodes onto the skin of the patient’s at-risk area.  Our proprietary electrodes, deliver intermittent electrical stimulation to the tissue once activated with a wireless stimulator device. Tissue stimulation is painless for the patient.

Current Practices to Prevent Bed Sores are Time Consuming, Expensive and Ineffective

First introduced by Florence Nightingale in 1850, physically repositioning people who can’t move themselves is one of the most prevalent measures currently used to prevent pressure injuries (bed sores).  This practice takes significant time and is considered a leading cause of work-related injuries.  Some health care facilities invest in expensive mattresses made of foam, air or gel that are designed to redistribute pressure in bony areas.  However, they fail to bring blood, oxygen and nutrients to tissue.  Prelivia is the first technology clinically proven to prevent pressure injuries (bed sores) from forming.

Patient Turning and Sensors Mattress and Specialty Beds Prelivia
Temporary pressure relief
Pressure redistribution
Restore blood circulation
Increase tissue oxygenation

Organizations Helping to Bring Prelivia to Market

Organizations helping to bring Prelivia to Market