Striving for excellence. Assessment of the usefulness of Bioimpedance measurement in the healing process of hard-to-heal wounds
It’s the remarkable persistence, determination and motivation that allowed Magdelana Antoszewska M.D., to firstly become a successful medical student and presently, an academic teacher, physician and researcher at the Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Allergology.
Learn of her innovative, interdisciplinary doctoral study conducted together with Piotr Spychalski, M.D., Ph.D. and researchers from Finland, which measures bioimpedance in the chronic wounds’ healing process by the means of mostly mobile applications.
The knowledge acquired in the course of the project may be key in tackling challenging health problems such as, among others, chronic venous insufficiency and in consequence, provide a better patient care.
Magdalena Antoszewska, M.D.
An ambitious young researcher attempting to assess the usefulness of Bioimpedance measurement in the healing process of chronic wounds. The project may be essential in providing a better understanding of serious health problems such as, among others, chronic venous insufficiency.