Pubblications

Detecting Breast Cancer with a Dual-Modality Device

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Custom-made beamformer, 384 crystals/128 channels

Analysis of masseter deformation patterns during a maximum exertion clenching in patients with unilateral chewing

Organization:

“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)

Authors:

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

Systems used:

MicrUs EXT-1H

Management and control of isotonic contraction generated stress: evaluation of masseter muscle deformation pattern by means of ecography

Organization:

“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)

Authors:

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

Systems used:

MicrUs EXT-1H

Ultrasound and analysis of the deformation patterns of the masseter muscle: comparing surgical anatomy, ultrasound and functional anatomy

Organization:

“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)

Authors:

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

Systems used:

MicrUs EXT-1H

Reliability and validity of a personal computer based muscle viewer for measuring upper trapezius and transverses abdominis muscle thickness

Organization:

“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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

MicrUs EXT-1H

Validation of a freehand 3D ultrasound system for morphological measures of the medial gastrocnemius muscle

Organization:

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

Authors:

Lee Barber, Rod Barrett, Glen Lichtwark

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Il futuro della diagnostica a ultrasuoni

Organization:

Newspaper “Sole24Ore”

Authors:

May 26, 2014 publication

Systems used:

All systems

A novel system of electrodes transparent to ultrasound for simultaneous detection of myoelectric activity and B-mode ultrasound images of skeletal muscles

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Effect of using different U/S probe Standoff materials in image geometry for interventional procedures: the example of prostate

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

LS128 INT-2Z

Parameters influencing prevalence and outcome of tendonitis in Thoroughbred and Arabian racehorses

Organization:

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

Authors:

(1,2) O. Kalisiak

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Localizing Target Structures in Ultrasound Video — A Phantom Study

Organization:

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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

LS128 INT-1Z)

Combined Modality for Ultrasound Imaging and Electromagnetic Tracking

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Accelerating ultrasound image analysis research through publically available database

Organization:

Kitware Inc, USA

Authors:

Vikas Revanna Shivaprabhu, Andinet Enquobahrie, Zach Mullen, Stephen Aylward

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Navigation-Supported and Sonographically-Controlled Fine-Needle Puncture In Soft Tissues of the Neck

Organization:

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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Computational Biomechanics for Medicine IV

Organization:

The University of Western Australia, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

Authors:

Karol Miller, Poul M.F. Nielsen

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Image and Medical Data Communication Protocols for Telemedicine and Teleradiology

Organization:

Technischen Universitat Darmstadt, Germany

Authors:

Ilias Sachpazidis

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Recognition in Ultrasound Videos: Where am I?

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

LS128 INT-1Z

Muscle fascicle and series elastic element length changes along the length of the human gastrocnemius during walking and running

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

In-vivo determination of 3D muscle architecture of human muscle using free hand ultrasound

Organization:

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

Authors:

Manku Rana, James M. Wakeling

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Una novedad en Ortopedia 2012: Telemed

Organization:

“Opciones” newspaper, Cuba

Authors:

Por Luis Ubeda

Systems used:

ClarUs

Long-term use of high-heeled shoes alters the neuromechanics of human walking

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

A Novel Stereotactic Prostate Biopsy System Integrating Pre-Interventional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Live Ultrasound Fusion

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

LS128 INT-2Z

Improving surgical precision – application of navigation system in orthopedic surgery

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Automated Method For Tracking Change In Muscle Fascicle Length For Ultrasound Images

Organization:

School of Kinesiology, SFU Canada

Authors:

Manku Rana, James Wakeling

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Engineering a 3D Ultrasound Robotic System

Organization:

ISR – Instituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal

Authors:

J.C. Seabra, J.M. Sanches

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

In vivo mechanical properties of the human Achilles tendon during one-legged hopping

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Development of Performance and Safety Monitoring System for Low Cost Ultrasound Medical Devices for Prenatal Diagnosis

Organization:

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Authors:

Eko Supriyanto

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 64 EXT-1T

Telematic system with cooperative mobile intervention units applied in emergency and catastrophe medicine CoopUrg

Organization:

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

Authors:

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Automated tracking of muscle fascicle orientation in B-mode ultrasound images

Organization:

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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Towards Detection of User-Intended Tendon Motion with Pulsed-Wave Doppler Ultrasound for Assistive Hand Exoskeleton Applications

Organization:

University of Victoria, the Department of Mechanical Engineering

Authors:

Kelly J. Stegman

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

A Hybrid 1D and 3D Approach to Hemodynamics Modelling for a Patient-Speci c Cerebral Vasculature and Aneurysm

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Computer simulation of vertebral artery occlusion in endovascular procedures

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Exceptional Customer Value of Echo Blaster Underlines JS Company Telemed’s Receipt of Frost & Sullivan Award

Organization:

Frost & Sullivan

Authors:

Katja Feick

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 64/128

Hybrid Ultrasound MRI for Improved Cardiac Imaging and Real-Time Respiration Control

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

International Study Guide. Real-Time Ultrasound Beef Cattle Applications

Organization:

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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

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

A Feasibility Study for Measuring Accurate Tendon Displacements Using an Audio-based Fourier Analysis of Pulsed-Wave Doppler Ultrasound Signals

Organization:

University of Victoria, Canada

Authors:

K.J. Stegman, R.P. Podhorodeski, E.J. Park

Systems used:

LS128 EXT-1Z

Samplify Systems and Telemed Announce Strategic Relationship

Organization:

SAMPLIFY SYSTEMS, INC., USA

Authors:

Allan Evans

Systems used:

Clinical Experience in Ultrasound Guided Central Vein Catheterization

Organization:

Vilnius City University Hospital, Lithuania

Authors:

Liucija Skalskaja, Robertas Skalskis

Systems used:

LS64 FLT-1T

Error analysis for determination of accuracy of an ultrasound navigation system for head and neck surgery

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

A New Experimental Measurement and Planning Tool for Sonographic-assisted Navigation

Organization:

(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

Authors:

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

Systems used:

Echo Blaster 128 EXT-1Z

Navigationsunterstützte Weichteilsonographie für den Kopf-Hals-Bereich

Organization:

(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

Authors:

(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

Systems used: