Biophysium

Cardiac and vascular Echography

Echocardiography evaluation

Echocardiography is the most accessible medical imaging tool for assessing cardiac remodeling. It is non-invasive, widely used, and cost-effective compared to other imaging modalities such as CT scans or MRI. Biophysium, an innovative CRO specializing in the field of bio-health, positions itself as a key player in designing and delivering services, particularly in clinical research. Our goal is to strengthen our position by establishing strategic partnerships aimed at developing new innovative tools, especially in the assessment of cardiac remodeling along a pathophysiological continuum. Currently, there is no software or service for analyzing fluid mechanics coupled with a study of myocardial function using an innovative three-dimensional approach. In the very specific context of Biophysium’s expertise, this model is particularly interesting as it allows the company to enhance its specialization in digital health by aiming to offer more efficient and precise means of evaluating cardiac remodeling.

Upper femoral FMD analysis

Vascular echography evaluation

Myocardial work

Myocardial deformation work

Vascular echography, also referred to as Doppler echography, is a non-invasive imaging technique employed to assess blood flow and the structure of blood vessels throughout the body. It utilizes high-frequency sound waves to generate detailed images of arteries and veins, aiding in the diagnosis and management of various vascular conditions.

One of the primary advantages of vascular echography is its versatility. It can be utilized to evaluate a broad spectrum of vascular disorders, including peripheral artery disease, deep vein thrombosis, carotid artery disease, and aneurysms. By providing real-time images and Doppler waveforms, vascular echography enables clinicians to analyze blood flow patterns, identify obstructions or narrowing, and assess the efficacy of treatments such as stent placement or bypass surgery.

Moreover, vascular echography is a safe and painless procedure that does not involve ionizing radiation, rendering it suitable for repeated examinations and for patients who may be sensitive to contrast agents utilized in other imaging modalities. It can be conducted bedside or in an outpatient setting, offering convenience and accessibility for patients.

Vascular echography, also referred to as Doppler echography, is a non-invasive imaging technique employed to assess blood flow and the structure of blood vessels throughout the body. It utilizes high-frequency sound waves to generate detailed images of arteries and veins, aiding in the diagnosis and management of various vascular conditions.

One of the primary advantages of vascular echography is its versatility. It can be utilized to evaluate a broad spectrum of vascular disorders, including peripheral artery disease, deep vein thrombosis, carotid artery disease, and aneurysms. By providing real-time images and Doppler waveforms, vascular echography enables clinicians to analyze blood flow patterns, identify obstructions or narrowing, and assess the efficacy of treatments such as stent placement or bypass surgery.

Moreover, vascular echography is a safe and painless procedure that does not involve ionizing radiation, rendering it suitable for repeated examinations and for patients who may be sensitive to contrast agents utilized in other imaging modalities. It can be conducted bedside or in an outpatient setting, offering convenience and accessibility for patients.

Myocardial work

Myocardial deformation work