Publication type: Patent
Title: Device and method for characterization of tissue
Inventor: Reinke, Nils
Fastrich, Andreas
Bonmarin, Mathias
Patent submitter: Dermolockin GmbH
Issue Date: 29-Jul-2015
Publication number: EP2897520
metadata.zhaw.publication.code: A1
Published as: CH706988A1; WO2014043822A1
Language: English
Abstract: A device and a method are made available for characterization of tissue, in particular of skin lesions. The device comprises a stimulator for thermal stimulation of the tissue, a modulator for modulating the temperature of the tissue, an infrared camera for recording modulated infrared images, a computing unit connected to the infrared camera and used to demodulate the modulated infrared images, and a display module for displaying the images demodulated by the computing unit. The modulator and the infrared camera are synchronized in such a way that a modulated infrared radiation radiated from the tissue can be recorded by means of the infrared camera during the thermal stimulation of the tissue.
Departement: School of Engineering
Organisational Unit: Institute of Computational Physics (ICP)
Appears in collections:Patente School of Engineering

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Reinke, N., Fastrich, A., & Bonmarin, M. (2015). Device and method for characterization of tissue (Patent No. EP2897520A1).
Reinke, N., Fastrich, A. and Bonmarin, M. (2015) ‘Device and method for characterization of tissue’. Available at:
N. Reinke, A. Fastrich, and M. Bonmarin, “Device and method for characterization of tissue,” EP2897520A1, Jul. 29, 2015 [Online]. Available:
REINKE, Nils, Andreas FASTRICH und Mathias BONMARIN, 2015. Device and method for characterization of tissue [online]. EP2897520A1. 29 Juli 2015. Verfügbar unter:
Reinke, Nils, Andreas Fastrich, and Mathias Bonmarin. 2015. Device and method for characterization of tissue. EP2897520A1, filed September 17, 2013, and issued July 29, 2015.
Reinke, Nils, et al. Device and Method for Characterization of Tissue. EP2897520A1, 29 July 2015,

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