Transforming Pressure Injury Care

See How Prelivia Works to Protect Patients

Prelivia is the first innovation in 70 years aimed at protecting patients from pressure injuries, also known as pressure ulcers and bedsores. It uses proprietary neurostimulation that is scientifically proven to continuously stimulate blood circulation and minimize tissue damage.

Contact us if you’re interested in participating in our free 90-day quality improvement demo trials of Prelivia at your hospital or care facility.

Important Note: Currently, Prelivia is available ONLY for healthcare facilities or clinics in USA.

Prelivia Study Results


Increase in Tissue Oxygenation¹


Decrease in Pressure Injury Damage²

Nursing Time Per Shift³


of Patients Responded Positively to Continuous Use⁴

1 – Gyawali, et al., J Apple Physiol. 110:246-255, 2011; 2 – Solis et al., J Appl Physiol, 114: 286-296, 2013; 3 – Ahmetovic, et al., Adv Wound Caref, 4(3): 192-201, 2015. Kane, et al, Adv Wound Caref, 6(4):115-124,2017; 4 – Safety and Acceptability Study, Chan, et al., 2017

Clinical studies have demonstrated that Prelivia is safe and easy to deploy in hospital settings. Use by patients and health care workers demonstrates that there are no barriers to implementation and acceptance by all stakeholders.  

Learn more about our previous Prelivia studies and find out what studies are currently underway. 


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Organizations Helping to Bring Prelivia to Market

Easy to Implement for Healthcare Facilities and Well Accepted by Patients


People Found Prelivia to be Acceptable


Had No Sleep Distruption


Found It Comfortable

Prelivia is a painless and economical device that fits seamlessly into existing patient treatment workflows. It takes a nurse or a nurse practitioner only minutes to apply Prelivia pads over at-risk areas. Once in place, Prelivia works continuously 24/7 to increase local blood circulation and keep tissue healthy. Prelivia received 510k clearance in August 2021.

Access a Free 90-Day Demo Trial to See How Prelivia Improves Quality at Your Facility

Rehabtronics is inviting applications for free 90-day Quality Improvement demo trials of Prelivia at qualified healthcare facilities in the United States. Contact us today to learn more.

Prelivia is also part of the Protect2 multicentered randomized controlled study to further validate its effectiveness in decreasing progression and facilitating healing of pressure injuries. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation is currently recruiting participants.

Nurse applying Prelivia electrodes

Prescribe Prelivia to Continuously Increase Circulation and Perfusion

To safeguard a patient from pressure injuries (bed sores), it takes a nurse or a nurse practitioner only minutes to apply and activate Prelivia. Simply place Prelivia pads onto the patient’s at-risk areas to stimulate blood circulation and perfusion. Our proprietary electrodes, deliver intermittent electrical stimulation to the tissue once activated with a wireless stimulator device. Tissue stimulation is painless for the patient.

Unlike other systems that deliver electrical impulses, Prelivia delivers stimulation continuously without fatiguing muscles. Since there are no time restrictions, Prelivia can be used 24/7 to keep tissue healthy in bedridden and chair-bound patients.

Add Prelivia To Your Prevention Plan

Avoid Costs

Average cost of treating one instance of a pressure injury is $20,000.

Shorten Hospital Stays

Patients stay 2-4 days longer when suffering from a hospital-acquired injury.

Reducing Nurse Time

Nurses spend 50% more time treating pressure injuries. Prelivia takes less than 12 minutes per shift.

Do you know the True Cost of Pressure-related Injuries at your facility?

Identify the significant cost savings your facility could achieve by reducing the occurrence of expensive pressure ulcers or hospital acquired pressure injuries (HAPI).

How is Prelivia Better Than Current Pressure Injury Prevention Practices?

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 SensorsMattress and Specialty BedsPrelivia
Temporary pressure relief
Pressure redistribution
Restore blood circulation
Increase tissue oxygenation

Let’s Talk About How Prelivia Can Help

Recover Mobility, Cognition
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