WHAT WE DO



Tactile Imaging
Tactile Imaging is a medical imaging modality translating the sense of touch into a digital image. A set of 2D pressure patterns from surface of deformed soft tissue can be transformed in 3D tactile image which reveals anatomy and elasticity distribution of underlaying objects. Fusion of Tactile with Ultrasound Imaging is possible (see Figure 1).




Area of Focus
The company’s primary area of focus is women healthcare including pelvic diseased conditions, spontaneous preterm delivery and maternal birth trauma. We development innovative techniques that could potentially lead to safe and effective cure.


Figure 1. Tactile and ultrasound imaging of the female pelvic floor with a vaginal probe equipped with 96 tactile and 192 ultrasound transducers.


WHAT'S NEW




Dr. Ruzavy, et al. article "Feasibility and Safety of Antepartum Tactile Imaging" was accepted for publication in International Urogynecology Journal.

Dr. Brandt, et al. article "Characterization of perineum elasticity and pubic bone-perineal critical distance with a novel tactile probe: results of an intraobserver reproducibility study" was published in Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. van Raalte delivered talk "Pelvic organ prolapse surgery improves biomechanical conditions and intergrity of the weak pelvic floor" at SGS 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting.

Dr. Rosen delivered talk "A pilot study of the antepartum tactile imager to measure perineal elasticity to predict maternal birth trauma" at IUGA 45th Annual Meeting 2020.

Explosive growth is predicted for Tactile Imaging Market in 2020-2026. The report also provides information and analysis of the global Tactile Imaging Market growth trajectories such as drivers, restraints, trends, and opportunities.

A publishing agreement has been signed with Elsevier, scientific publishing company, for a new book "Biomechanical Mapping of the Female Pelvic Floor". A target publication date is January 1, 2022.

Western IRB approved the clinical study "Biomechanical Assessment of The Female Pelvic Floor Under Regular Load" to identify changes in pelvic structures under regular load in military relative to civilian cohort (3 sites, 200 subjects).

Dr. Egorov, et al. article "Cervical characterization with tactile-ultrasound probe" was published in Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2020; 10: 85-99.
Meet us at:


47th Annual Scientific Meeting
Palm Springs, CA
March 21-24, 2021

46th Annual Meeting
Singapore
June 23-26, 2021

AUGS Annual Meeting
Montreal, Canada
October 5-9, 2021