TechniScan launches clinical study to assess clinical utility of Warm Bath Ultrasound

November 22, 2015

Italian medical imaging company Esaote cooperated with TechniScan in the development of the WBU?? system and will support TechniScan's efforts in Europe and in Italy. "The Warm Bath Ultrasound system has been developed with groundbreaking science and technology," said Dr. Luigi Satragno, R&D and strategic marketing general manager of Esaote.  "We look forward to seeing the clinical studies results and to a long and productive partnership with TechniScan."

Radiologists involved in the Freiburg study will utilize TechniScan's imaging network which provides them with the ability to archive, store, and retrieve anonymous WBU?? images and relevant medical records and will discuss and compare their results with other researchers.  

"Our vision is to begin to create a database of thousands of anonymous breast images and related data," said Dave Robinson, chief executive officer at TechniScan, Inc. "This scientific database will consist of anonymous mammograms, breast MRIs and WBU?? images, along with related pathology and other information, to provide researchers around the world an unprecedented opportunity to study breast cancer. The concept is simple, yet revolutionary within the medical system and represents a key competitive advantage of the TechniScan system."

SOURCE TechniScan, Inc.