Green Technology for Health Imaging
of Expectant Mother
Images produced by Teletherm camera
One of the advantages for using
this non-invasive technology.
The thermal image at the left was taken in the early days of electronic telethermography, circa 1987, with one of the first fully digital infrared camera systems, the Teletherm Mark/1026.
Thermal emissions from an expectant mother appear.
Instrumentation & Technology" Nov./Dec. 1996
Original research has been presented on the
"Application of Telethermography in the Evaluation of Preterm Premature Rupture of the Fetal Membranes"
has the potential of being a sensitive clinical
indicator of early chorioamniotic infection.
this infection antenatally in its early stage may
facilitate early delivery and prevention of
Sheinberg, MD, Robert Hayashi, MD, Jaclyn Bromley,
RNC, Liz Dormer, RNC, Department of Obstetrics and
Gynecology, University of Michigan Hospitals, and
the University of Michigan Hospitals Antenatal
Testing Unit, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
above clinic used mid-90's version of Teletherm
infrared camera - to date, no other infrared
camera manufacturer has produced similar results).
Enlargement view of image top. Center image - several weeks earlier. Bottom image - taken 2 weeks prior to top image.
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