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Support for rehabilitation medical education, treatment delivery, and patient state/ treatment outcome measurement
Intronix Technologies develops medical devices and software to support patient rehabilitation.
Myoguide™Injection Guidance System
Myoguide™ is a handheld needle EMG guided injection system. Myoguide™ enables clinicians to see and hear, as well as challenge, the injection sites, before any drug is injected.
Myoguide™ System UPGRADE!
Myoguide's integrated stimulator can now stimulate in both 1.0mA and 0.1mA steps over the full 0-20mA stimulation range; Myoguide has 50, 100, 200, or 500μs stimulation pulse width choices; and stimulation frequency choices of 1, 3, 5, 7, or 10 Hz;
Please contact us about our new upgrade program!
Intronix Quantify and Engage™ Apps for Outcome Tracking and Patient Engagement
Intronix Technologies has designed three software applications to provide tools for doctors to measure and track treatment outcomes, as well as, engage patients as an essential part of their treatment. While these Apps can operate independently, the highest potential is achieved when they interact with each other.
“Quantify”, an Android/IOS App, is designed for the doctor’s office. This cloud-based App is comprised of a collection of well-known and accepted assessment indexes to measure: Spasticity, Pain, and Capability. These elements can be quantified, graphed, and documented over time. This provides an indication of outcomes measured at the point of treatment.
“QuantifyW”, an Android/IOS App, is designed for the doctor’s waiting room. This cloud-based App is designed for patients to be able to fill out indexes in the waiting room, before they are seen. The doctor, or auxiliary selects the patient, or sets up the new patient. The patient can then fill our questionnaires selected by the doctor before they are seen. The results of that questionnaire will be checked by the doctor, or auxiliary and then submitted to the cloud for integration into the patient record, available on Quantify.
“Engage” is designed for use by patients at home. This Android/IOS cloud based App is designed to help patients document spasticity, pain, and capability using visual scales 0-9. Patients can document anytime, in a well-accepted fashion.
Intronix Augmented Reality Toxin Injection Simulation
Prototype development is advancing well
Intronix Technologies toxin injection augmented reality simulation "ARm" is an excellent learning tool to reinforce toxin injection techniques. The lifelike model can be palpated to provide realistic tactile feedback. Augmented reality illustrates the anatomy view of the vital structures of the arm once the injection procedure is started. Target muscles can be selected for each encounter. 3D anatomical views show the target muscle, turning blue when the needle pathway is correct, and green when the target muscle is penetrated. Simulated EMG is present in the background and when target muscles are penetrated with the needle. Different injection approaches can be experienced, without any risk to a live patient.
ARm is the ultimate platform for sharpening injector skills.
Intronix will be developing different simulation platforms for other toxin injections including the head and neck, and lower extremities, as well as models for facet injections and lumbar punctures.
Intronix is always at the forefront of technologies, constantly researching and developing new products. The products we have in development cover a wide range of applications, expanding our scope and contributing to support medical education, patient management, and treatment delivery within the rehabilitation field.
The industry is constantly changing as new information and technologies are introduced to the medical world. Stay up-to-date with Intronix to remain knowledgeable and competitive within the field of patient rehabilitation.
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Drop by and Visit Booth #421 Intronix Technologies’ innovative Myoguide EMG guided injection system will be available to play with at the American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine 2019 AANEM Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas October 16-19, 2019. We are happy to be joining our friends and distributor, Ambu USA, in their booth #421. Please drop by and visit us!Read More
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Intronix Technologies to Collaborate With Western University to Develop Augmented Reality Medical Simulation and Training for Neuromuscular Injection Procedures
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