Thermal imaging solutions trusted by medical professionals

The benefits of thermal imaging

Taking advantage of thermography will allow quick and easy detection of asymmetric body temperature indicating underlying pathologies, such as inflammation, circulatory issues and possible ulcerations.

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The Thermidas software

Thermidas provides revolutionary diagnostic tools to identify and diagnose underlying pathology at earlier stages than the currently adopted methods.

We have developed thermal imaging for medical use together with University Hospitals and experienced clinicians.

Thermal imaging in complementary diagnostic use

Thermal imaging is a non-invasive, non-contact diagnostic imaging method, which does not cause exposure to any form of radiation.

Thermal imaging can be used as a complementary diagnostic method e.g. in orthopaedics, occupational medicine, vascular medicine, oncology, rheumatic inflammation, trauma, post-operative or fracture pain, dentistry, and diabetic foot complications.

Our solutions

Fast, safe and easy thermal imaging

Telehealth

All-in-one mobile solutions for thermal imaging including a high-resolution thermal camera and remote access via data cloud.

In development.

Portable

Flexible solutions for on-the-go thermal imaging.

Primary care, podiatric clinics, vascular offices and nursing homes.

Clinical

World’s first medical CE-approved infrared thermal imaging application.

Suitable for hospitals, large clinics and surgery rooms.

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With Thermidas’s thermal imaging solutions, you can detect different complications quickly and safely.

Don’t hesitate – contact us today to learn more about the benefits of thermal imaging in your line of work.

Tools for early diagnostics

Expertise in thermal imaging

We have developed thermal imaging for medical use together with University Hospitals and experienced clinicians.

Thermal Imaging can be used as a complementary diagnostic method e.g. in orthopedics, occupational medicine, vascular medicine, oncology, rheumatic inflammation, trauma, post-operative or fracture pain, dentistry, and diabetic foot complications.

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