In the run up to the release of Videometrics we are attending EAU in March 2018 for the 33rd Annual Congress in Copenhagen. Our poster session lead by Mr Rakesh Heer PhD FRCS(Urol) will present the findings from our observational proof-of-concept study of flexible cystoscopy examination recordings from a symptomatic adult population. The poster will be available online during and after the EAU congress at http://eau18.uroweb.org. If you would like to join us for our presentation session or to find out more, please contact email@example.com
In 2018 Biosignatures plans to initiate a multisite study to evaluate the utility and efficiency of the Videometrics system with the cystograph (bladder mapping) technology. As part of the initial planning for this study, we attended a Perspectives In Cancer Research Group meeting. This is a group of volunteers who all have personal experience of cancer, the group objective is to support cancer research at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.
The meeting gave us a valuable insight into the patient perspective of the system and the utility of the bladder mapping technology as a tool to assist in the patient pathway and current procedures.
Biosignatures are looking for hospitals to be involved in the study, if you would like to be involved, or have any questions, please contact Sarah Groves our Clinical Operations Manager:
Technical development has already started on the creation of a map of the bladder walls, however, no video has yet provided us with full coverage of the bladder. We hope this study can demonstrate the utility of a systematic review of the whole bladder.
Next week Videometrics will be attending the annual BAUS meeting in Glasgow.
Come and meet us at stand #462. We will have two demonstration systems running for you to try Videometrics for yourself.
On June 26-28th Videometrics will be attending BAUS 2017.
Come and meet us at stand #462 to try the Videometrics system for yourself.