Medical and Digital Health Technology
Medical Education, Treatment Delivery, and Patient Engagement
Medical devices and software to support patient assessments and rehabilitation.
Myoguide™Injection Guidance System
The Myoguide™ system is designed to amplify EMG signals from muscle and provide audio feedback to assist clinicians in locating areas of muscle activity.
Myoguide also has an integrated and well featured stimulator, capable of stimulation in either 1.0 mA or 0.1 mA steps.
Myoguide supports injection of neuromodulators and both chemodenervation and neurolytic procedures.
One of Myoguide's great strengths is continuous upgradeability. This defining feature allows all Myoguide units to be updated to the latest capability, whenever we develop new functionalities to support Myoguide users now and into the future.
Intronix I-Quantify and I-Engage™ Apps for Outcome Tracking and Patient Engagement
Intronix Technologies has designed 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.
Communication is the foundation on which any good relationship stands, and this is especially true for the provider-patient relationship. Communicating with patients is generally easy when they’re at a hospital or clinic, but what happens when they are unable to physically see a doctor, or would benefit from ongoing communication and assessments that can be delivered right from their apps to their healthcare provider's app based chart.
The answer can be found in adopting our secure, HIPAA-compliant. cloud based solutions that give patients and providers tools to support communication and assessments of their patients in the office and connections to patients at home. Our digital health solution is built upon three pillars.
Intronix Augmented Reality Toxin Injection Simulation
Intronix Technologies augmented reality medical simulations provide realistic learnings tool to reinforce 3D anatomical and situational awareness. Applications include education programs for both site specific anatomy and 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 a specific anatomical area, with specific attention to muscle, nerve, and vessels.
Target muscles can be selected for each encounter for injection simulation procedures. Both longitudinal and cross-sectional views are visible. This presents a unique perspective to allow operators to develop 3D situational awareness. Vital structure alarms and adjustable depth limits create a valuable educational tool. Injection simulations using 3D anatomical views show the target muscle, that are colour coded with respect to needle the pathway. Different injection approaches can be experienced, without any risk to a live patient.
Different simulation platforms are being developed, including upper and lower extremities, the head and neck, and robotic post-stroke posing arm. This technology is now licenced to Augmented Medical Simulations Corp.
Medical and Digital Health Technology
Intronix is always at the forefront of technologies, constantly carrying out research with our university partners 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.
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.
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…Read More
Motor point chemodenervation or chemical neurolytic procedures require low current stimulation location in the order of 0.2-0.5 mA, depending on the stimulation pulse width. Pulse width is an essential part of the stimulation delivery. Narrower pulse widths deliver the current pulse over the duration of the pulse width. This means that the energy delivered is short for short…Read More
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
TORONTO, May15, 2018 – Chronic pain is a common condition with significant physical, psychological, social, and economic impact. The Institute of Medicine estimates that >100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Conservative estimates suggest that well over US $500 billion per year is spent in the treatment of these pain conditions. This is associated with…Read More
Imagine for a moment the many different advances in technology that have helped progress the effectiveness of healthcare over the years. The advent of computers, of laser technology, of the internet and many, many others have all made a significant impact on the quality and performance of healthcare provision, helping healthcare professionals, improving treatment standards…Read More
Intronix Technologies will be there to help out with the hands-on workshops, and answer any questions about Myoguide injection guidance system, and introducing our new patient management software system “Myoguide DOC”! The American Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly is taking place Colorado Convention Center, in Denver, from October 11-15, 2017. Myoguide DOC…Read More
Intronix Technologies to Collaborate With Western University to Develop Augmented Reality Medical Simulation and Training for Neuromuscular Injection Procedures
TORONTO, Sept. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Innovative augmented reality technology aimed at enhancing the delivery of medical simulations, which will assist the treatment of millions of patients suffering from pain and spasticity, will be developed thanks to new strategic collaboration. Medical professionals are expected to continuously acquire new knowledge and skills while treating their patients.…Read More
Myoguide DOC is designed for clinicians managing patients with pain and spasticity. Clinicians can document patient history, treatment, treatment plans, generate reports, as well as, add and track spasticity, capability, and pain index scores. https://www.intronixtech.com/myoguide-doc-patient-management-software-for-pain-and-spasticity/ Clinicians can mark, as well as, attach details, where they inject using anatomical graphics. They can also review the complete patient injection history at any…Read More
Come have a look at the first glimpse of Myoguide DOC on our new website page: https://www.intronixtech.com/myoguide-doc-patient-management-software-for-pain-and-spasticity/ Pain And Spasticity Management At A GLANCE! Designed for clinicians managing patients with pain and spasticity. Clinicians can document patient history, treatment, treatment plans, generate reports, as well as, add and track spasticity, capability, and pain index scores. Clinicians can mark, as well…Read More
Intronix will be attending the American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, September 13-16, 2017. This year’s meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa. We are looking forward to the opportunity to showcase our new patient management software package “Myoguide DOC”. Myoguide DOC…Read More