Results Based in the Clinic

Browse the many scientifically peer reviewed articles and case studies on Kent’s multispectral imaging device. Clinical research and the validation of Kent’s technology are key to understanding the importance and value of SnapshotNIR throughout the healthcare industry.

Wound Care

Correlation of Near Infrared Spectroscopy Measurements of Tissue Oxygen Saturation with Transcutaneous pO2 in Patients with Chronic Wounds

Robert E. Bowen, M.D.1, Ginna Treadwell RN, and Mark Goodwin RRT

SM Vascular Medicine

Predicting Wound Closure and Flap Viability Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS)

Adam Landsman, DPM, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA and Darrell Barnhart, BSEE, Kent Imaging, Inc., Calgary AB, Canada

Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging: The Road Traveled to a Clinical Burn Application

Levasseur, Michelle, Lorenzo Leonardi, Jeri Payette, El icia Kohlenberg, Michael Sowa, Joel S. Fish, Karen Cross, and Manuel Gomez;
Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers , pp. 59691O-59691O.(2005)

Classification of Burn Injuries Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy.

M. G. Sowa, L. Leonardi, J. R. Payette, K. M. Cross, M. Gomez, J. S. Fish

J. Biomed. Opt . 11(5), 054002 (2006)

Clinical Utilization of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Devices for Burn Depth Assessment

Wound Repair Regen

K. M. Cross, L. Leonardi, J. R. Payette, M. Gomez, M . A. Levasseur, B. J. Schattka, M. G. Sowa, J. S. Fish;
Wound Repair Regen . 15(3), 332-340 (2007)

Noninvasive Measurement of Edema in Partial Thickness Burn Wounds.

K. M. Cross, L. Leonardi, M. Gomez, J. R. Friesen, M. A. Levasseur, B. J. Schattka, M. G. Sowa, J. S. Fish
J. Burn Care Res. 30, 807–817, (2009)

Multispectral Oximetry Imaging* Readings with Associated Healing Trajectory

Matthew Livingston

Kent Multispectral Oximetry Imaging

Reconstructive Surgery