SnapshotNIR is the feature of an article titled “Assessing DFU Perfusion: Comparing the Tried & True to the Novel & New” published in the May 2020 issue of Today’s Wound Clinic. The authors, Windy Cole, DPM, and Stacey Coe, note the challenges and inaccuracy with standard non-invasive vascular assessment methods, such as TCOM, and seek to determine if near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) imaging can provide a more accurate picture of wound healing. Using a challenging diabetic foot ulcer case study, the authors conclude that SnapshotNIR is the future of managing wound care treatments for improved and timely healing. SnapshotNIR was able to track hemodynamic changes in wound tissues after revascularization, and that the changes noted in wound tissue oxygenation correlated to the clinical appearance of the wound. The imaging information captured added aided clinicians in determining appropriate and effective treatment choices for patients’ recovery. SnapshotNIR’s ability to produce instant and reproducible images, along with its portability makes it an excellent choice for clinicians and the healing of their patients’ wounds.