MR3Health gains its first national media exposure this week with a story in MedCity News, the leading online news source for business innovation in healthcare. MedCity News helps keep healthcare leaders abreast of the latest in technology, new companies, trends and the latest in policy. Read their full story on MR3 here.
An 18-month randomized controlled trial of 225 subjects with diabetes and at high risk for ulceration found predictive value in temperature gradients in the soles of the feet, and significant benefits for patients performing daily measurements with an infrared dermal thermometer. Results of the 2007 study were reported in The American Journal of Medicine. Download…
A 2004 study by researchers from Texas A&M Health Science Center and Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas found significantly fewer diabetic foot complications in a control group using an infrared skin thermometer to measure temperatures of the sole of the foot daily. Download the PDF of the full article here.
A 2007 study published in Diabetes Care by a team of leading podiatrists and researchers demonstrated the effectiveness of using an infrared temperature monitoring device to reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers in individuals with diabetes and at high risk for lower extremity complications. Download the PDF of the full article here.