Presentation on Thermography.

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Presentation on Thermography.

  1. 1. THERMOGRAPHY Presented By: 1). Gaurav R. Deshmukh 2). Sandesh Patil 3). Jayvanti BhorGAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  2. 2. WHAT “ THERMOGRAPHY” MEANS?• Thermography or Thermology is the medical science that derives diagnostic indications from highly detailed and sensitive infrared images of the human body.• Also referred to as: Infra-Red Imaging Tele-ThermologyUtilizes high resolution & sensitive camera.GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  3. 3. • Thermography is used for early pre-clinical diagnosis and control during treatment of homeostatic imbalances.• Uses digital imaging called as (digital infrared thermal imaging - DITI ).• Non-Invasive, non-contact tool.• Uses heat of the body as the measurement parameter. GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  4. 4. COMPONENTS INVOLVED:• Uses only 2 parts:1). The IR camera &2). Computer.Monitors are high-resolutionfull colour PC based systemstherefore can store thousandsof images. GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
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  6. 6. CAMERA USEDGAURAV R. DESHMUKH
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  8. 8. EQUIPMENT WORKING:GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
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  10. 10. THERMOGRAPHIC CAMERA• Their resolution is considerably lower than of optical cameras, mostly only 160x120 or 320x240 pixels.• 1 °C difference at the scene induces just a 0.03 °C difference at the sensor.--TypesCooled infrared detectorsUncooled infrared detectors GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  11. 11. ADVANTAGES OF THERMOGRAPHY• It shows a visual picture so temperatures over a large area can be compared.• It is capable of catching moving targets in real time.• It is able to find deteriorating, i.e., higher temperature components prior to their failure.• It is a non-destructive test method• It can be used to detect objects in dark areas.GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  12. 12. LIMITATIONS OF THERMOGRAPHY 1).Quality cameras often have a high price range. 2).Images can be difficult to interpret accurately when based upon certain objects, specifically objects with erratic temperatures. 3).Most cameras have ±2% accuracy or worse in measurement. 4).Only able to directly detect surface temperatures 5).Condition of work, depending of the case, can be drastic. GAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  13. 13. THERMOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS.• Breast pathologies• Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal• Vertebrae (nerve problems/arthritis)• Lower Extremity Vessel Disease• Respiratory dysfunctions• Skin ProblemsGAURAV R. DESHMUKH
  14. 14. THANK YOUGAURAV R. DESHMUKH

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