Objective tele-monitoring, scoring and analysis saves time & cost in skin drug and cosmetic product development
Some Client Applications
The side effect of cancer irradiation therapy on the skin was quantified in 20 HNC patients and correlated with clinical assessment; Shown signal intensity map of skin erythema at irradiation day 31.
The intensity of the contact allergy reaction was quantified in 45 patients and correlated with the clinical score; Shown inflammation signal before (left) and after allergen exposure on day 5 (right).
Remote wound monitoring and analysis in Epidermolysis bullosa (EB, butterfly children); Shown upper part of a body with erythema signal intensity mapping of inflamed blisters.
Measure, Score and Analyse
Shown correlation of pigmentation change (L* value) in irradiated female breast cancer patients (n=19) with clinical score of developed RID severity (grade 0-2).
Shown measurement of erythema severity after nickel allergen exposure in two different body areas, treated either with a anti-allergic drug or placebo.
Shown wound healing effect of a novel drug assessed in a diabetic animal model with reduction of wound size from start to end of treatment.
Real time monitoring
Enables real time and contact less investigations in skin drug trials
GCP compliant work flow
Manage user functions (upload, monitor, analyst) and share data with partners
Online data management
Manage data online sorted by trial, location, patient and time.
Automated image data allocation
QR and trial codes increase data safety and automate data allocation
Sorted raw and analysis data export
Export raw and analysis data individually per study and trial site
OS and hardware independency
Subscription ensures that your tools are up to date and reduces your infrastructure cost
Quantitative image analysis
Measure visual skin changes by objective skin imaging algorithm
Signal intensity maps
Augmented visualisation tools support experts in medical routine and trials
Objective remote skin tracking
Image calibration in color/size to objectify tracking of disease and treatment