SYDE blood flow imaging device breakthrough featured in international news

Friday, January 15, 2016

Breakthrough research on non-contact imaging of blood flow by Robert Amelard, a PhD student, and Alexander Wong, Canada Research Chair in Medical Imaging Systems, both of SYDE, have been featured in a number of news outlets both locally and internationally.  Using patent-pending technology called Coded Hemodynamic Imaging, the developed device is the first portable system that monitors a patient's blood flow at multiple arterial points simultaneously and without direct contact with the skin. It is ideal for assessing patients with painful burns, highly contagious diseases, or infants in neonatal intensive care whose tiny fingers make traditional monitoring difficult.

Select Articles:

The Engineer:

https://www.theengineer.co.uk/non-contact-imaging-device-for-monitoring-blood-flow/

Waterloo Region Record:

https://www.therecord.com//news/waterloo-region/2016/01/10/touchless-uw-device-monitors-blood-flow-to-look-for-abnormalities.html

Gizmag Magazine:

https://newatlas.com/imaging-technology-blood-flow/41241/

International Business Times:

https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/canadian-scientists-invent-portable-device-that-can-see-blood-flow-your-body-detect-problems-1536901

Business Standard:

https://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/new-touchless-device-to-detect-heart-problems-early-116010800260_1.html

Yahoo! News:

https://in.news.yahoo.com/touchless-device-better-detect-heart-problems-053604009.html

Trends Der Zukunft:

https://www.trendsderzukunft.de/coded-hemodynamic-imaging-dieses-system-macht-den-menschlichen-blutfluss-sichtbar/

Prnoticias:

http://prnoticias.com/salud/salud-2-0/20148148-un-dispositivo-predice-ataques-al-corazon

Pourquoi Docteur:

http://www.pourquoidocteur.fr/Articles/Question-d-actu/13607-Un-systeme-permet-de-monitorer-le-rythme-cardiaque-sans-contact

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