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Detecting, Analyzing and Reporting Dermal Activity Beyond Visible Skin Surface Properties



Thermetry is an intelligent adjunct tool for professionals to measure thermal data related to dermal activity and to maximize their service and treatment options through objective, quantifiable feedback. Our technology has been developed to analyze skin temperature variability related to reactive dermal states such as irritation, sensitivity, inflammation, and infection, as well as blood flow activity and oxygenation within the skin.  Automated reports are generated to provide prompt, objective feedback about non-visible properties of the skin.  



Research shows that skin temperature fluctuations occur in instances of dermal inflammation [1], irritation [2] and infection [3] with detectable thermal gradient changes up to 3° C to 4° C ​ [4].   With decades of ongoing clinical research, infrared imaging is a promising adjunct tool to quantify and monitor dermal activity of specific skin conditions [5], wound healing [6] and responses to allergens and skin applications [7] in a non-invasive, non-contact  manner.   Our technology analyzes non-visible infrared emissions with corresponding visible dermal properties at specific dermal sites to generate automated reports that offer intelligent feedback on ways to maximize support.

1.  Gurjarpadhye, A.A., Parekh, M.B., Dubnika, A., Rajadas, J., Inayathullah, M. Infrared Imaging Tools for Diagnostic Applications in Dermatology. SM J Clin Med Imaging.  2015; 1(1): 1–5. 

2.  Ratajczak B, Boerner E. Application of Thermovision in Assessment of Superficial Tissue Temperature Changes Under the Influence of 1 MHz and 3 MHz Ultrasounds Wave. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. 2015;120:269–75.

3.  Bird HA, Ring EF. Thermography and Radiology in the Localization of Infection. Rheumatololgy. 1978;17:103–6

4.  Fierheller M, Sibbald RG. A Clinical Investigation into the Relationship Between Increased Periwound Skin Temperature and Local Wound Infection in Patients with Chronic Leg Ulcers. Adv Skin Wound Care. 2010;23:369–79.

5.  Saxena AK, Willital GH. Infrared Thermography: Experience from a Decade of Pediatric Imaging. Eur J Pediatr. 2008;167:757–64.

6.  Romanò CL, Romanò D, Dell’Oro F, Logoluso N, Drago L. Healing of Surgical Site After Total Hip and Knee Replacements Show Similar Telethermographic Patterns. J Orthop Traumatol. 2011;12:81–6.

7.  Rokita E, Rok T, Tatoń G. Evaluation of Allergic Response Using Dynamic Thermography. Opto-Electron Rev. 2015;1:53–9.

High Resolution RGB Integration 

Our system has multispectral capabilities by analyzing visible skin surface properties in conjunction to below-surface activity.  High resolution RGB imaging can be integrated to quantify visible skin surface properties and monitor changes for multispectral research and clinical reporting.  Contact Thermetry to learn more about this powerful add-on.

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Discoloration Analysis


Shape & Size Measurements


Morphological Tracking


Texture & Surface Profiling

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