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(1) Department of Radiology, 2 Military Hospital, South Africa;
(2) Medical Imaging Research Unit, University of Cape Town, South Africa
(3) CapeRay Medical (Pty) Ltd, South Africa
(4) Department of Surgery, Groote Schuur Hospital and University of Cape Town, South Africa

Kamila Padia (1)
Tania S. Douglas (2,3)
Lydia L. Cairncross (4)
Roland V. Baasch (3)
Christopher L. Vaughan (2,3)


(Custom-made beamformer, 384 crystals/128 channels)

“ORAL & Implantology”
Vol. IX – Suppl. 1/2016 to N. 4/2016

(1) Medica Libra, Milano, Italy
(2) Department of Radiology, Hospital San Raffaele Turro, Milano, Italy
(3) Fondazione Apostolo, Merate, Italy
(4) Siach – Societé Internationale d’Anatomie Chirurgicale – The International Society of Surgical Anatomy – Nice (France)

A. Busato (1)
G. Balconi (2)
V. Vismara (1)
L. Bertelè (3)
G. Garo (4)
D. De Gregorio (4)


(MicrUs EXT-1H)

“ORAL & Implantology”
Vol. IX – Suppl. 1/2016 to N. 4/2016

(1) Medica Libra, Milano, Italy
(2) Department of Radiology, Hospital San Raffaele Turro, Milano, Italy
(3) Fondazione Apostolo, Merate, Italy
(4) Siach – Societé Internationale d’Anatomie Chirurgicale – The International Society of Surgical Anatomy – Nice (France)

A. Busato (1)
G. Balconi (2)
V. Vismara (1)
L. Bertelè (3)
G. Garo (4)
D. De Gregorio (4)


(MicrUs EXT-1H)

“ORAL & Implantology”
Vol. IX – Suppl. 1/2016 to N. 4/2016

(1) Medica Libra, Milano, Italy
(2) Department of Radiology, Hospital San Raffaele Turro, Milano, Italy
(3) Fondazione Apostolo, Merate, Italy
(4) Siach – Societé Internationale d’Anatomie Chirurgicale – The International Society of Surgical Anatomy – Nice (France)

A. Busato (1)
G. Balconi (2)
V. Vismara (1)
L. Bertelè (3)
G. Garo (4)
D. De Gregorio (4)


(MicrUs EXT-1H)

“Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science Journal”
Korean Academy of Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science

(1) Musculoskeletal Center, Samsung Seoul R&D Medical Clinic, Seoul, Republic of Korea
(2) Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Science, Sahmyook University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Ju-Ri Jeong (1)
Ju Hee Han (2)
Ji-Eun Cho (2)
Wan-hee Lee (2)


(MicrUs EXT-1H)

“Journal of Biomechanics”
School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Griffith University, Queensland 4222, Australia

Lee Barber
Rod Barrett
Glen Lichtwark

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

Newspaper “Sole24Ore”

May 26, 2014 publication

(All systems)

(1) Laboratorio di Ingegneria del Sistema Neuromuscolare, Dipartimento di Elettronica e Telecomunicazioni, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
(2) Escola de Educação Física e Desportos, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(3) Cognitive Motor Function Research Group, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom

(1) A. Botter,
(1) (2) T. M. M. Vieira,
(3) I. D. Loram,
(1) R. Merletti,
(3) E. F. Hodson-Tole


(LS128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Department of Medical Physics & Engineering, Klinikum Offenbach GmbH, Offenbach am Main, Germany
(2) Medcom GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
(3) Fraunhofer IGD (Cognitive computing and medical imaging), Darmstadt, Germany

(1) Stefanos Diamantopoulos, BS
(1) Natasa Milickovic, PhD
(1) Saeed Butt, BS
(1) Zaira Katsilieri, MSc
(1) Vasiliki Kefala, MSc
(2) Pawel Zogal, MSc
(3) George Sakas, PhD
(1) Dimos Baltas, PhD

(LS128 INT-2Z)

(1) Centrum Zdrowia Konia, Nasielsk, Poland
(2) Department of Pathology and Veterinary Diagnostics, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warszawa, Poland

(1,2) O. Kalisiak

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Kitware Inc., Chapel Hill, NC, USA
(2) Statistical Visual Computing Laboratory, UC San Diego, USA
(3) InnerOptic Technology, NC, USA

(1) R. Kwitt
(2) N. Vasconcelos
(3) S. Razzaque
(1) S. Aylward

(LS128 INT-1Z)

(1) Junior Group: Computer-Assisted Interventions, DKFZ Heidelberg, Germany
(2) Division of Medical and Biological Informatics , DKFZ Heidelberg, Germany
(3) Department of General, Abdominal and Transplantation Surgery, University of Heidelberg, Germany
(4) Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany

1) A. M. Franz
(1) K. März
(1,2) A. Seitel
(3) H. G. Kenngott
(3) M. Wagner
(3) A. Preukschas
(2) H.-P. Meinzer
(2,4) I. Wolf
(1) L. Maier-Hein

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

Kitware Inc, USA

Vikas Revanna Shivaprabhu
Andinet Enquobahrie
Zach Mullen
Stephen Aylward

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

1) Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany
(2) Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen, Germany
(3) Institute of Machine Design and Operation, Wrocław University of Technology, Wrocław, Poland

(1) M. Helbig
(3) K. Krysztoforski
(1) T. Kroll
(3) J. Kucharski
(3) M. Popek
(1) S. Helbig
(1) W. Gstoettner
(1) A. May
(2) J. Kozak

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

The University of Western Australia, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

Karol Miller
Poul M.F. Nielsen

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

Technischen Universitat Darmstadt, Germany

Ilias Sachpazidis

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Kitware Inc., Carrboro, NC, USA
(2) Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UC San Diego, USA
(3) Dept. of Computer Science, UNC, Chapel Hill, USA

(1) Roland Kwitt
(2) Nuno Vasconcelos
(3) Sharif Razzaque
(1) Stephen Aylward

(LS128 INT-1Z)

(1) Structure and Motion Laboratory, Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University College London
(1) Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, UK
(2) Structure and Motion Laboratory, The Royal Veterinary College, UK

(1) G.A. Lichtwark
(1) K. Bougoulias
(1,2) A.M. Wilson

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, SFU Burnaby, BC, Canada

Manku Rana
James M. Wakeling

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

“Opciones” newspaper, Cuba

Por Luis Ubeda

(ClarUs)

(1) Neuromuscular Research Centre, Department of Biology of Physical Activity, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
(2) Musculoskeletal Research Program, Griffith Health Institute, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

(1) Neil J. Cronin
(2) Rod S. Barrett
(2) Christopher P. Carty

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Department of Urology
(2) Institute of Pathology University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany
(3) Department of Radiology, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
(4) MedCom GmbH (PZ), Germany
(5) Department of Cognitive Computing and Medical Imaging, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Darmstadt, Germany

(1) Boris A. Hadaschik
(1) Timur H. Kuru
(1) Corina Tulea
(1) Philip Rieker
(1) Ionel V. Popeneciu
(1) Tobias Simpfendörfer
(1) Johannes Huber
(1) Dogu Teber
(1) Sascha Pahernik
(1-3) Matthias Roethke
(2) Wilfried Roth
(4) Patrik Zamecnik
(5) Georgios Sakas
(3,4) Pawel Zogal
(3) Heinz-Peter Schlemmer
(1) Markus Hohenfellner

(LS128 INT-2Z)

(1) Institute of Machine Design and Operation, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Experimental Mechanics, Wrocław University of Technology, Poland
(2) Department of Hand-Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Ulm, Germany
(3) Aesculap B Braun, Tuttlingen, Germany

(1) Ewelina Swiatek-Najwer
(1) Romuald Bedzinski
(1) Pawel Krowicki
(1) Krzysztof Krysztoforski
(2) Peter Keppler
(3) Josef Kozak

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

School of Kinesiology, SFU Canada

Manku Rana
James Wakeling

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

ISR – Instituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal

J.C. Seabra
J.M. Sanches

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Structure and Motion Laboratory, Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University College London, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, UK
(2) Structure and Motion Laboratory, The Royal Veterinary College, UK

(1) G. A. Lichtwark
(1,2) A. M. Wilson

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

Clinical Institute of Urology and Renal Transplant Cluj
University of Medicine and Pharmacy Targu Mures


(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) School of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, Canada
(2) Medical Image Analysis Lab, School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada

(1) Manku Rana
(2) Ghassan Hamarneh
(1) James M. Wakeling

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) School of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, Canada
(2) Medical Image Analysis Lab, School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada

(1) Manku Rana
(2) Ghassan Hamarneh
(1) James M. Wakeling

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

University of Victoria, the Department of Mechanical Engineering

Kelly J. Stegman

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland, New Zealand
(2) Department of Continuum Mechanics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
(3) Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Auckland, New Zealand

(1) Harvey Ho
(1) Gregory Sands
(2) Holger Schmid
(1) Kumar Mithraratne
(3) Gordon Mallinson
(1) Peter Hunter

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland, New Zealand
(2) Department of Continuum Mechanics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
(3) Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Auckland, New Zealand

(1) Harvey Ho
(1) Kumar Mithraratne
(2) Holger Schmid
(1) Gregory Sands
(1) Peter Hunter

(LS128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Advanced MRI Technologies, Sebastopol, California, USA
(2) Department of Radiology, University of California, San Francisco, California, USA
(3) Institute of Neuroscience, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA
(4) Mediri GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany
(5) Department of Neurology, Klinikum Mannheim, University Heidelberg, Germany
(6) Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Medical Physics University Hospital Freiburg, Germany

(1,2,3) David A. Feinberg
(6) Daniel Giese
(4) D. Andre Bongers
(1) Sudhir Ramanna
(6) Maxim Zaitsev
(6) Michael Markl
(1,4,5) Matthias Gunther

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

University Scholars Designation at the University of Tennessee at Martin, USA

Prepared by:
Jerry D. Gresham
Edited and Revised By:
Melissa J. Daniel

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z Kit, under name of TelaVet 1000)

SAMPLIFY SYSTEMS, INC., USA

Allan Evans

(next developments)

Vilnius City University Hospital, Lithuania

Liucija Skalskaja
Robertas Skalskis

(LS64 FLT-1T)

(1) Aesculap AG, Tuttlingen, Germany
(2) Institute of Machine Design and Operation, Wrocaw University of Technology, Wrocaw, Poland
(3) Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital of Frankfurt am Main, Germany

(1) J. Kozak
(2) K. Krysztoforski
(3) T. Kroll
(3) S. Helbig
(3) M. Helbig

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) University of Ulm, Department of Traumatology, Hand-Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Germany
(2) University of Wroclaw, Laboratory of Biomechanical Engineering and Experimental Mechanics, Poland
Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen, Germany

(1) Peter Keppler
(2) Krzysztof Krysztoforski
(2) Ewelina Swiatek
(3) Pawel Krowicki
(3) Josef Kozak
(1) Florian Gebhard
(1) Jean Baptiste Pinzuti

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

(1) Zentrum für Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde, Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt am Main
(2) Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen
(3) Abteilung Experimentelle Mechanik und biomedizinische Technik,
Technische Universität Wrocław

(1) M. Helbig
(3) K. Krysztoforski
(3) J. Kucharski
(3) M. Popek
(1) T. Kroll
(1) S. Helbig
(1) A. May
(1) W. Gstoettner
(2) J. Kozak

(Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z)

Video

National Research Council – Institute of Clinical Physiology

Advanced Ultrasound Technologies for Early Diagnosis of Osteoporosis.
Echolight Ultrasound Spinal Densitometry

The system is a revolutionary ultrasound technology which provides superior accuracy, prediction of fractures, and high sensitivity to changes in bone, caused by treatment and metabolic diseases.  It is the only ultrasound device providing osteoporosis diagnosis at the vertebral site, and bone strength assessment.

RAI 1 – Italian television
Program: UnoMattina 18.04.2013
Theme: Osteoporosis
Guests:

  • Maria Teresa Brandi, Professor of Endocrinology at Florence University (one of the main expert in the world for Osteoporosis deseases)
  • Mario Cricelli, President of SIMG (Italian Society of General Medicine)
  • Sergio Casciaro, CNR National Research Council – Institute of Clinical Physiology, Director of the Nanoimaging Ultrasound LAB
  • Maurizio Muratore, director of Reumathologic Department of Salento Hospital.

The guests talk about Osteoporosis Guidelines Protocols approved by European Congress of Osteoporosis (Florence 2013).

In the video is shown a new Advanced Ultrasound Technology for early diagnosis of Osteoporosis.
The scanning shown on the video is not a simple ultrasound exam, in reality it is much more: it is an exam able to reveal the fragility of the bones.

 Eng. Sergio Casciaro, scientist at Institute of Clinical Physiology of National Research Council explains how this technology has been developed: “The start point was the intuition of using ultrasound that commonly are used in clinical diagnosis to obtain a full diagnosis of osteoporosis.
It is the only system that, not using Xray, in a not invasive way allow to obtain osteoporosis diagnosis on clinical reference sites that are the vertebral spine and femoral neck.  The research collaboration has been extremely virtuous involving public and private institutions. The partners are the National Research Council – Clinical Physiology Institute, the University of Salento and the Reumathology Department of this University. This technology has been patented worldwide.”

Prof. Maurizio Muratore, director of Rheumatology Department, explains that they used the Ultrasound Spinal Densitometry on around seven thousand patients comparing results with DXA (Xray system), that is the gold sandard exam for osteoporosis diagnosis.
He says: “The results are really exciting: around 95% of reliability. The novelty is that this ultrasound system can be used on the major sites of fracture risk: vertebral bones and femoris.
The other benefit of this equipment is the qualitative aspect: the system reveal not only the quantity of bone tissue but also the quality and elasticity of the bone trabeculae that is not possible to know with the traditional bone densitometry.”

Referenced systems: LS128 EXT-1Z – Echo Blaster 128 CEXT-1Z

Italian Development Cooperation – Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Italian Cooperation – Mobile health clinics and field hospitals in Karamoja from Telemed Ultrasound on Vimeo.

UGANDA – Telemed Ultrasound Systems in mobile health clinics and field hospitals in Karamoja

Support for the Ugandan Health Strategic Plan and Plan of Peace, Reconstruction and Development of Northern Uganda 2009-2012.

Referenced system: Echo Blaster 64 EXT-1T

Department of Bioengineering – University of Pittsburgh

University of Pittsburgh – A new guided interventional procedure

Instituvue Sonic Flashlight

In most freehand ultrasonography (US)-guided interventional procedures, the US transducer is held in one hand, while the other hand guides a needle into the desired target. During the procedure, the operator’s eyes are focused on the US image, which is displayed away from the operating field.
Some of the difficulty in learning US guided procedures stems from the displaced sense of hand-eye coordination, which occurs when the operator has to look away from the operating field to see the display.
To address this difficulty, some researchers have explored nonconventional methods for viewing the US image, patient, instrument, and operator’s hands in one environment. Head-mounted display systems have been developed to display a US image as if within the patient.
The sonic flashlight displays real-time US images inside the patient without the use of positional tracking or a head-mounted display system.

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