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Attention in thermal imaging examination

source:  release time:2018-01-08   Click volume:449

The principle of infrared thermal imaging is not so mysterious. The physical principle is to explain that the human body is a natural source of infrared radiation, constantly diverging and absorbing infrared radiation. The temperature of the normal body parts is stable and special. there are different heat fields at different temperatures. When there is a lesion or abnormality in one part of the body, the blood flow here will change, leading to a change in local temperature. Thermal imaging is based on this principle, and the infrared radiation is collected by the thermal imager to convert it into digital signal and then generate colored thermal images. The experts at the center of the physical examination are based on these heat maps to analyze the location of the lesions, the nature of the disease and the degree of disease. 

Finally, the expert of the public health examination center will introduce you to  to the precautions before such special infrared thermal imaging examination:
1. It takes three hours of fasting and water prohibition to do a stomach examination.

2. Examination of the whole body and liver and gallbladder, the prostate, the prohibition of alcohol, coffee drinks and the use of vasodilator within 24 hours before examination.

3. Women check the breast and pelvic who need to choose after menstruation 5 to 10 days is more appropriate. All the pelvic examinations are required to urinate and defecate.

4.Check within 24 hours before, please do not use external medicine, physical therapy, cupping and massage to avoid leaving traces on the skin, affecting the test results.

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