Thermography is one of the most reliable, reproducible and noninvasive indexes for finding and following diabetic sympathetic abnormalities
Fushimi H, Inoue T, Nishikawa M, Matsuyama Y, Kitagawa J. A new index of autonomic neuropathy in diabetes mellitus: heat stimulated thermographic patterns
Early diagnosis of Charcot foot is challenging and the condition is misdiagnosed frequently. Infrared dermal thermometry has been found to be a useful tool in clinical and research settings to provide a reliable assessment of skin temperature in patients with Charcot neuroarthropathy (1).
Thermidas provides revolutionary, non-contact, non-invasive, physiological diagnostic tools utilizing thermography to detect and assess underlying pathology quickly and reliably at earlier stages than most currently adopted methods.