Dynamic Medical Thermometry System employs the science of Regulation Thermometry, and benefits from more than 30,000 patients tested over the past 2 decades. Additional disease signatures from the data, as well as correlated data with nuclear-CT (SPECT) and MRI studies, were performed by Dr. David Hickey, ALFA'S radiology board member in his Dallas based imaging center.
The medical report originates from numerous infrared body readings that are uploaded to a remote server/database that incorporates proprietary algorithms and fuzzy logic to interpret these readings. A typical patient testing takes 20- 30 minutes. Reports are rendered back to the doctor through the Internet within minutes. This allows doctors to make more accurate and real time assessments of the disease's root cause and accompanying factors, as well as recognize trends in the body, thereby assisting in preventive medicine. The physician then can prescribe more focused laboratory or imaging tests to develop an earlier and more efficiently reached diagnosis that may result in quicker recoveries while affording significant savings for patients, hospitals and insurance companies.
The ALFA System is ISO Certified (Worldwide Quality Control) and is FDA cleared for adjunct diagnosis by the Center for Radiological Health.
Mathematics is the future of radiology, and ALFA has led this trend since its inception in 2012.
- Priscilla Slanetz, MD, MPH, Harvard Radiology Research.
The ALFA System is an initial-screening method that is fully portable, produces no radiation or toxicity and can also be performed remotely in nearly any climate.
The system can also identify parallel disease factors accompanying many conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, cognitive disorders and viral diseases. Early stage detection of such factors is critical. The AlfaSight 9000TM is an adjunct diagnostic device as further clinical tests must be performed.