Here is an article from the New York Times on Ebola, our response to the article is directly below. Ebola Article
The article on Ebola requires some important clarification when it comes to using thermal imaging as a screening method at ports of entry. For SARS in 2003 and H1N1 in 2009, thermal imaging was deemed next to useless as 100s of millions of people were imaged at ports of entry but infrared manufacturers or contractors didn’t produce one image of a flu. I had to meet with Health Canada after SARs and explain why infrared equipment manufacturers couldn’t image a flu at Vancouver or Toronto Airports in that year. Then I showed them an image of a flu that we did for medical education.
The reason is the imaging application exceeded their expertise. You can NOT just pick up a piece of this technology and use it. Someone scratching their face, solar exposure and many other factors can change temperature.
It is critically important that Africa and other countries understand that thermal radiation imaging at the required level is now lectured in medical education for continuing medical education credits required for ongoing medical licensing. This important medical education providing sight of inflammation, progression of infection or seeing effective treatment is now accepted medical education internationally.
Ebola could be imaged in quarantine if required giving doctors a physiological template of Ebola and the imaging is 100% non invasive. Please go to this link and see very basic imaging of difficult diagnosis as well as the early detection of breast cancer.
One image shows acute pancreatitis and the pancreas is behind the stomach. There is other imaging showing before and after imaging with effective treatment. Medical Imaging
We employ the most advanced thermal imaging in the world without exception and the reason our imaging applications are now approved medical education. What is referred to today as NON THERMAL effects and that they can’t be seen isn’t a scientific reality. Temperature starts at Absolute Zero for us or -459 deg. F.
Please contact us for more information and contact with medical education administration. Our job over 3.5 decades has been working for a wide scope of industry including insurers giving professionals sight of their objectives.