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FotoFinder rilascia handyscope®, il dermatoscopio per l'iPhone 5

FotoFinder, produttore di soluzioni di imaging per il settore medico, ha annunciato il lancio del dermatoscopio mobile handyscope® per l'iPhone 5. handyscope® debutterà negli Stati Uniti in occasione del meeting annuale della American Academy of Dermatology che si svolgerà a Miami dal 1 al 5 marzo 2013. Il nuovo handyscope® migliora lo screening dei nei tramite un nuovo sistema a TwinLight e a diverse caratteristiche innovative.

FotoFinder handyscope(R): Mobile Dermatoscope for iPhone 5 (Photo: Business Wire)

FotoFinder handyscope(R): Mobile Dermatoscope for iPhone 5 (Photo: Business Wire)

Il nuovo handyscope® per l'iPhone 5 è caratterizzato dal design sottile e dall'esclusiva luminescenza che combina i vantaggi della dermatoscopia a luce polarizzata incrociata con la tecnologia basata sul fluido di immersione. Un pulsante rapido da azionare consente di passare da una modalità all'altra e una spia LED indica qual è l'opzione scelta.

Il nuovo modello permette di scattare immagini con o senza vetro a contatto con la pelle. Grazie alle due parti anteriori, una con piastra di contatto in vetro e l'altra senza, è possibile esaminare le lesioni elevate e valutare le condizioni vascolari senza compressione.

handyscope® aiuta il personale medico a rilevare il cancro della pelle sin dal 2010. Il nuovo handyscope® è utilizzabile con l'app handyscope® protetta da password. Con un semplice gesto i medici possono scattare, salvare e valutare un'immagine a schermo, organizzare e gestire le immagini, inserire tag con i dati dei pazienti e i relativi commenti, e anche indicare la posizione sui diagrammi dei pazienti virtuali inclusi nell'app. Una nuova caratteristica esclusiva di handyscope® per l'iPhone 5 è una connessione speciale nella struttura esterna che permette di collegare l’iPhone ad un monitor per consentire ai pazienti di eseguire l'esame e anche di caricare il cellulare quando handyscope® è collegato.

L'app permette di caricare le immagini in uno spazio web privato sicuro su FotoFinder Hub, una piattaforma internet di cloud computing. Una volta salvate le immagini, i medici possono chiedere un parere sui casi sospetti a esperti in cancro della pelle di tutto il mondo, che sono in grado di valutare le immagini in poche ore.

"Il rilancio di handyscope® per iPhone 5 è il risultato del feedback dei medici e della richiesta di dermoscopia mobile moderna. Altre funzioni, come l'Hub con memorizzazione web ed il servizio di valutazione degli esperti, creano una soluzione di storage completa e sicura, ottimale per la diagnosi precoce del cancro della pelle. Ecco perché handyscope® è l’unico dispositivo per l'eDermoscopy®", ha dichiarato Andreas Mayer, CEO di FotoFinder Systems.

Informazioni su FotoFinder Systems

FotoFinder Systems è un produttore e fornitore mondiale di sistemi di imaging per il settore medico e offre avanzate soluzioni di gestione, archiviazione e supporto diagnostico.

iPhone è un marchio commerciale di trademark of Apple Inc., registrato negli Stati Uniti e in altri paesi.

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