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Smartphone-based infrared thermography to assess progress in thoracic surgical incision healing: A preliminary study
Li, Fanfan1,2; Wang, Min1,2; Wang, Ting1,2; Wang, Xiaolan1,2; Ma, Xiaoli1,2,3,4,5; He, Hua1; Ma, Guojing1,2; Zhao, Dan1,2; Yue, Qin1,2; Wang, Panpan1,2; Ma, Minjie1,2,3,4,5
2022-12-01
Online publication date2022-12
Source PublicationInternational Wound Journal   Impact Factor & Quartile Of Published Year  The Latest Impact Factor & Quartile
ISSN1742-4801
Volume20Issue:6Pages:2000-2009
page numbers10
AbstractImmediate assessment of surgical incisions is an important component of wound management, and the development of relevant technologies has the potential to address these challenges. Smartphone-based handheld thermal imagers can collect infrared radiation from the skin to monitor local blood perfusion and metabolic levels in incisions. Here, we used this imaging technology for early assessment of healing progress and potential for predicting the healing status of thoracic surgical incisions. Thermal image acquisition and temperature extraction were performed on 40 patients for 7 consecutive days postoperatively, and visualised early warning information was observed, with temperature and temperature readings showing non-linear trajectory changes during the measurement period, and temperature readings on day 4 achieving high prediction of healing status at 1-2 months capability with sensitivities and specificities of 91.67% and 85.71%, respectively, suggesting a promising clinical application of portable thermography for assessing incision healing dynamics and providing a scientific basis for later artificial intelligence-driven decision algorithms.
Keywordchest incision healing progress infrared thermography prediction wound care
PublisherWILEY
DOI10.1111/iwj.14063
Indexed BySCIE
Language英语
WOS Research AreaDermatology ; Surgery
WOS SubjectDermatology ; Surgery
WOS IDWOS:000901440800001
Original Document TypeArticle ; Early Access
PMID 36542868
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttps://ir.lzu.edu.cn/handle/262010/492694
Collection兰州大学
第一临床医学院
Corresponding AuthorMa, Minjie
Affiliation
1.Lanzhou Univ, Hosp 1, Dept Thorac Surg, Donggang West Rd, Lanzhou 730000, Gansu, Peoples R China;
2.Gansu Univ Chinese Med, Lanzhou, Peoples R China;
3.Lanzhou Univ, Clin Med Coll 1, Lanzhou, Peoples R China;
4.Key Technol Dev & Applicat Thorac Surg Specialty G, Lanzhou, Peoples R China;
5.Med Qual Control Ctr Thorac Surg Gansu Prov, Lanzhou, Peoples R China
First Author AffilicationFirst Clinical School
Corresponding Author AffilicationFirst Clinical School
First Signature AffilicationFirst Clinical School
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Li, Fanfan,Wang, Min,Wang, Ting,et al. Smartphone-based infrared thermography to assess progress in thoracic surgical incision healing: A preliminary study[J]. International Wound Journal,2022,20(6):2000-2009.
APA Li, Fanfan.,Wang, Min.,Wang, Ting.,Wang, Xiaolan.,Ma, Xiaoli.,...&Ma, Minjie.(2022).Smartphone-based infrared thermography to assess progress in thoracic surgical incision healing: A preliminary study.International Wound Journal,20(6),2000-2009.
MLA Li, Fanfan,et al."Smartphone-based infrared thermography to assess progress in thoracic surgical incision healing: A preliminary study".International Wound Journal 20.6(2022):2000-2009.
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