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 Mobile Wound Imager, “Infrared Eyes” (iREyes)

A $1.8M NIH National Institute of  Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) grant funded mHealth tool for wound care. The hand-held iREyes system acquires  thermal and visible spectrum imagery to quantify healing via a thermal indexing methodology. It predicts ulcer recurrence to provide ulcer-free days for the wound patient. The iREyes  offers a user-friendly product with automated categorization and electronic health record(EHR) integration support to reduce the workload of the clinician.

See more info- DFCon 2019 poster paper, "Thermal Indexing to Quantity Wound Healing" and JST Journal paper, "Inflammatory Wound Index to Assess Wound Healing Trajectory"

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