Thermal imaging for
early diagnostics

Our mission is to detect and identify underlying pathologies
as early as possible to improve patient outcomes.

See the unseen

What is thermal imaging?

Abnormal body temperature is a natural indicator of illness. Diagnostic thermal imaging is a non-contact and non-invasive alternative to conventional imaging methods.

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.

Intended to be used in a variety of settings
Our customers range from non-clinical use such as sports to clinical use on primary care and all the way to operating room setting in hospitals.

Common applications

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As a complementary diagnostic method, thermal imaging 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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Breast cancer

The use of a computer system for tumor diagnosis in mammogram based on various methods of image processing can help doctors in decision-making, while the use of thermal imaging in the pre-screening phase would significantly reduce the list of women for screening mammograms.

Milosevic, Marina et al. “Early diagnosis and detection of breast cancer.” Technology and health care : official journal of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine vol. 26,4 (2018): 729-759. doi:10.3233/THC-181277


Thermidas ThIR-A615 allowed the team to assess temperature fluctuation across the whole foot thus clarifying the origin of the temperature rise.

This had a significant positive impact on the patient’s quality of life allowing her to maintain a greater degree of independence.

Harkin G (2023) Imaging in osteomyelitis and Charcot neuroarthropathy: can infrared thermography aid in diagnosis?. The Diabetic Foot Journal 26(1): 24–8


Potential of modern thermal imaging for screening and differentiation of joint inflammation has not been previously assessed in child and juvenile patient populations, typically demanding groups in diagnostics of musculoskeletal disorders.

We have demonstrated that thermal imaging may have potential for detecting joint inflammation in ankle joints of children.

Lasanen, R et al. “Thermal imaging in screening of joint inflammation and rheumatoid arthritis in children.” Physiological measurement vol. 36,2 (2015): 273-82. doi:10.1088/0967-3334/36/2/273


Sports Medicine has two main goals: injury prevention and performance increase.

Thermal imaging has shown great potential to ensure better results for athletes by identifying risks, preventing injuries and increasing performance.

Corte, Ana & Lopes, Guilherme & Moraes, Manoel & Oliveira, Rafael & Brioschi, Marcos & Hernandez, Arnaldo. (2018). The importance of thermography for injury prevention and performance improvement in olympic swimmers: a series of case study. International Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Journal. 3. 10.15406/ipmrj.2018.03.00089.

Our solutions for medical thermal imaging

Clinical Tablet

All-in-one mobile solution for thermal imaging including a high-resolution thermal camera and Thermidas VistaClinic software.

FDA Cleared
In EU: Ask for availability

Clinical​ Cart

CE-certified thermal imaging solutions for hospitals, clinics and surgery rooms.

Available as portable and workstation solutions.

FDA Cleared
CE0598 Certified


Easy-to-use thermal imaging solutions for daily monitoring at home. Includes the devices and software for transferring the images to medical professionals. 

In development.

Learn more about our solutions for medical use

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.