Medical & Veterinarian Thermography

Thermography is not just an effective tool for quantifying temperature changes in buildings, industries & plants, but also a valuable clinical tool. Being a non-invasive, no-contact, quantifiable, accurate & reliable means, thermography comes as the perfect diagnostic tool for animals & human beings.

Being extremely easy to use & accurate, the infrared thermal cameras have found their widespread use in research medicine, veterinarian & medical fields. Thermography for medical & veterinarian applications makes use of high-definition infrared cameras for quantifying temperature changes in skin surface that allows the examiner to visualize problem areas & injuries.  

Studies suggest themography technique to be the safest & most effective means of examining the human body. Metabolic changes in the body create varying heat patterns & it is this temperature pattern that is captured by the IR thermal cameras. As a clinical tool free of radiations or any harmful components, thermal imaging can be applied for assessing endless clinical conditions like cancers, tumors, tissue injury, joint pains, etc.

Just like human body, animal body also radiates infrared heat that is captured by IR cameras to form visual images. The heat patterns caused due to increased or decreased blood flow captured in these images can then help a trained practitioner assess the condition of animal.


Not only is thermography used as a clinical tool but also as a frontline of defense. Owing to the capability of IR cameras to accurately detect temperature anomalies, they are frequently used by the public & private sectors like airports, schools, offices, hotels, hospitals, etc for screening people for fatal infections like H1N1 or Swine Flu.

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Advantages of Thermography
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benefits
  • Reduction of production losses due to unplanned
  • Reduced maintenance and repair costs
  • Increased equipment life
  • Increased Mean-Time-Between-Failures (MTBF)
  • Increased productivity and profitability
  • Reduced insurance premiums
Applications
  • Condition monitoring
  • Medical imaging
  • Research
  • Process control
  • Non destructive testing