USECASE TRAUMATOLOGY

Doctors and Paramedics involved in Emergency services face the challenge to quickly assess care priorities, via a quick qualification of the injuries and proper treatments.

Thermal imaging can be of great help to determine in a few seconds, without moving the patient, some abnormal temperature patterns typical of injuries.

To name a few:

? Internal hemorrhage may be detected via the colder extremities, consequent to peripheral vasoconstriction protecting vital organs

? Skull fracture may be suspected via heat at specific locations, far earlier than the appearance of equivalent bruising patterns.

? Some strokes translate in unbalanced cooling of forehead. Their early detection ensures prompt treatment and increases chances of survival

? Many other cases are documented in literature. Thermal infrared can also help for relevant triage in the case of mass casualties.

Thermal imaging can be of great help to determine in a few seconds, without moving the patient, some abnormal temperature patterns typical of injuries. That's why thermal imaging is used in traumatic emergencies.

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