FOX 10’s Laura Sambol introduces us to Digital Thermography, but we do want to let you know, that there are some medical images that may not be for everyone in the family.
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Originally published in Issue 1 2005 icon The Secret Weapon In Breast Cancer Detection? By Madeleine Kingsley Once upon a time, thermography was a secret weapon. Its heat-sensing ability helped the military flush out adversaries hiding by night and led missiles to their targets. People trapped in burning buildings, lost at sea or in snowdrifts, […]
Released May 1, 2009 As concern continues to mount about the spread of the swine flu globally, airport authorities are responding by using digital thermal imaging technology to scan passengers. Thermal imaging can detect elevated body temperature, one of the signs of the virus N1H1 (swine flu). “Medical thermal imaging at airports and […]
The development of the Meditherm fever screening system evolved from the first major pandemic outbreak (SARS) when we installed ordinary medical IR systems into many airports throughout the middle east and Asia. It became immediately obvious that the level of training required for the operating technicians (and their wide range of abilities) made quick and […]