Keywords : Spectroscopy


Review: The Development of Infrared Radiation Applications in Medical Field

Qusay Khattab Omer Al-Dulamey

Kirkuk University Journal-Scientific Studies, 2021, Volume 16, Issue 2, Pages 24-50
DOI: 10.32894/kujss.2021.168661

The aim of the study is to demonstrate that infrared imaging can be used as a stand-alone phase in addition to health surveillance and medical evaluation. The advancement of infrared radiation techniques in the medical field in general, and breast cancer applications in particular, necessitates a review of this subject. The medical employ of thermography by infrared began in Germany shortly after 1950, where the single thermal picture of the individuals affected was shown long before (1928). Single Infrared radiation detectors were used at the outset. For a long time, thermal photography cameras soon taken from combat operations operation from low (thermal rather than spatial) resolution, and extraordinarily high product value. In addition, the decrease in laptop hardware value and software value putters. Since about 1980, better medical-suitable technology has been available hot thermocouple scale Fractional Preferential Attachment (FPA) processes have become more reachable, primarily LN2 cooled MCT scanners and then used widely after 2000, and have been widely used in medicine, despite some methodological concerns leading to medical misinterpretation. Individual medical thermal photography processes received certification in 2007, allowing them to be used as medical instruments for thermal measurement. Following European Health Regulations. Other instruments that do not have a CE health certificate are prohibited because photography is not allowed. Measurement functions that aren't used for temperature recording. Qualified medical infrared imaging can be used for a variety of purposes: rheumatology and orthopaedics, female breast region containing sensitive to thermal effort measures thermal radiation, neurology, cardiac photography (swing-libration vascular thrombosis), lab tests, surgical procedures, and completing body picturing.