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Sneak Peak - Digatherm (物理治療小點滴- Digatherm電子熱像攝影機)

Introducing Digital thermal imaging with our Digatherm camera. The camera helps us to detect areas of increased temperature and blood flow, such as inflammation, or decreased blood flow, to guide us in our therapy or further imaging such as Xray or CT.

Thursday 6th September 2018

Dr Jane explains the technology and how it works with a look at our patient, Oreo.Dr Jane explains the technology and how it works with a look at our patient, Oreo.

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Dr Jane joins the prestigious new VSMR chapter of ANZCVS

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