Using the Laser Doppler Imager Mark I and FLIR SC660 in the assessment of burn injury.

Abstract

ISSN 1745-3054 Print/ISSN 1745-3062 online © 2012 The Institute of Medical Illustrators DOI: 10.3109/17453054.2012.690137 A 49-year-old male presented in the Emergency Department at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) with burns to his right lower leg. An assessment of the burns was carried out and the patient was admitted to the Burns Unit at QEHB for further investigation and treatment. Currently the Burns Unit uses a Laser Doppler Imager Mark I (LDI) shown in Figure 1 to obtain a clearer picture of the

DOI: 10.3109/17453054.2012.690137

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@article{Riddle2012UsingTL, title={Using the Laser Doppler Imager Mark I and FLIR SC660 in the assessment of burn injury.}, author={Andrew R. Riddle and Carly Betton and Amy L Bamford and Joseph T Hardwicke and Naiem S. Moiemen}, journal={Journal of visual communication in medicine}, year={2012}, volume={35 2}, pages={71-5} }