Saving Lives with Infrared Thermal Imaging

Saving Lives with Infrared Thermal Imaging The history of thermography can be traced to the first cave woman that felt the forehead of the first cave baby. Even then, they knew that excess heat signals inflammation, infection or another pathological process in the body. Many early physicians knew this, too. Hippocrates put a clay/mud mixture […]

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Infrared Thermal Imaging for Detection of Peripheral Vascular Disorders

Abstract Body temperature is a very useful parameter for diagnosing diseases. There is a definite correlation between body temperature and diseases. We have used Infrared Thermography to study noninvasive diagnosis of peripheral vascular diseases. Temperature gradients are observed in the affected regions of patients with vascular disorders, which indicate abnormal blood flow in the affected […]

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