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DermaLab single

A line of laboratory single parameter instruments sharing the same LabView based software platform. Comes complete with probe, interface unit and software and connects to PC's or tablets running Windows. Available parameters: TEWL, elasticity, hydration, skin high res. ultrasound and subcutane ultrasound visualization.

DermaLab single parameter
Popular and cost-effective solution
For those with specific skin measuring needs.

In addition to the well-known parameters for measuring TEWL, elasticity and hydration. The DermaLab Single unit line of probes also features the 10 MHz and 20 MHz high resolution ultrasound probes. The 20 MHz for measuring of skin thickness as well as skin structure and the 10 MHz for visualizing subcutaneous layers and structures with a maximum of 50 mm penetration.
Features
The DermaLab parameters
The DermaLab software
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Subcutaneous ultrasound
The DermaLab subcutane ultrasound unit is taking the DermaLab Series ultrasound technology one step further. This dedicated scanner visualises tissues in the subcutaneous space to a depth of 50 mm in order to assess the effects of fat reduction procedures in the abdominal area as well as on the thighs.
Good resolution, high penetration and ease of operation are the keywords describing this device, which comes as a complete package including main unit, probe and application software ready to be installed on a Windows PC or tablet.
Technical specifications

TEWL Probe

Principle: Relative humidity and temperature sensors centered in open chamber.

Range: 0 – 250 g/m²/h, resolution: 0.1 g/m²/h,

Display: Continuous real-time readout of TEWL.

Stop criterias: Standard deviation or time.

Highlights:

Special probe design eliminates the need for a protected measurement environment

Probe calibration with certificate

Well established scientific standard

 

Interface Main Unit

Connectivity: USB connected single probe interface.

Power requirement: External 12 V power supply (included).

Dimensions: 188 (L) x 124 (W) x 89 (H) mm. Misc.: Integrated probe holder.

Hydration

Principle: Conductance

Hydration: 0 – 9999 µS (1 µS resolution)

Spring loaded action triggers/stops measurement. 

Options: Flat faced or pin electrodes

Calibration: Calibration checker available 

Highlights:

Instant assessment of the water binding capacity in the stratum corneum

Pin-probe design facilitates dry skin and scalp applications and minimizes water accumulation under the electrodes

High Frequency Ultrasound Probe

Principle: Rotating single element transducer

Transducer: Center frequency 20 MHz, band-width 5-35 MHz, focal-distance 13 mm

Scan: Length 17.6 mm, max penetration 3.37 mm

Gain-range: Adjustable +/-10 dB

Image resolution: 60 µm x 200 µm (axial x lateral)

Measurements: B-mode Ultrasound skin imaging with measurements of skin density and thickness 

Highlights:

Instant assessment of collagen level and dermal thickness, low echogenic band (LEB)

Manual and automatic measurement options

Easy to operate — no need for training

Subcutaneous Ultrasound Probe

10 MHz Frequency: 10 MHz, focused ultrasound.

Resolution: 120 x 920 micrometer (ax x lat).

Penetration: 50 mm.

Probe: Rotating transducer, scan length 50 mm, footprint 34 mm. Read-out: Display of actual and stored measurements.

Elasticity

Principle: Measurement of air pressure-induced skin elevation and subsequent retraction time   

Settings: Adjustable pressure (150, 400, and 650 mbar) and skin thickness (in mm).

Measurements: Young’s Modulus, Retraction Time, and Viscoelasticity,

Probe: 10 mm diameter suction aperture

Ultra-low weight (approx. 7 grams) for minimum skin bias

Adheres to the skin by double sided adhesive tape

Highlights:

Extraction of U-values from the elevation/retraction curve

Possible to measure an average of several elevation/retraction cycles  

Measurements on soft, normal, and firm skin. 

 

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