Miznée Telehealth Subskin Imaging and AI Telehealth App for Public Health are pioneers in the new field of descentralised healthcare.
Miznée Telehealth Subskin Imaging
Skin problems that start from below can sneak back to the surface anytime. Get a head-start by gaining a deeper view. Monitor the effectiveness of your skincare products and treatment with your smartphone. Anytime, anywhere, privately.
You or your clinic can also use a tablet or laptop web camera to deep-view monitor your skin’s health. Even remotely.
Plus, you can compare your skin with past photos taken of you or anyone else!
Miznée is a pioneer in non-invasive, safe subskin imaging technology for cosmetology and medical diagnostics.
The company is registered as Miznee Ltd. in England & Wales and was founded by ex-Siemens director. Its technology was first developed in 2007.
The company provides highly innovative diagnostic imaging solutions focused primarily on dermatology. The technology is proprietary and opens globally broad new possibilities in potentially driving improved diagnostics in the treatment of patients.
Our technology is derived from our Space exploration imaging technology which enables remote imaging of distant comic target surface on planets, moons, asteroids and more.
We ensure our solutions maximize the use of readily available resources such as ambient light and personal devices such as mobile phones and tablets. This leads to greatly reduced costs, vastly increased ease of use and rapid global deployment.
By smartphone, tablet or laptop remotely examine below the skin of a patient
We support medical diagnostics in telemedicine and dermatology with our advanced imaging technology.Miznée has developed the world’s first and only internal tele-imaging modality, enabling viewing of below the skin remotely over the Internet.AMI shows the real colours of features within and just below the skin layer. This helps clinicians by improving diagnostic efficiency by providing greater visual detail with which to compare various skin symptoms.
Miznée’s AMI (Absorbed Multispectral Imaging) is the world’s first internal tele-imaging modality. It enables visibility of the actual colours under the skin using only smartphones, tablets and laptops. This means sub-skin features can be accessed to improve medical diagnosis. AMI is the first and only technology that empowers the billions of mobile users across the world to produce sub-skin imagery via telemedicine services.
Existing medical diagnostics imaging modalities require the patient and the imaging equipment to be in close proximity. This typically means within centimetres of each other. Additionally, the equipment must be operated by a medically qualified and experienced personnel. This equipment is in most cases very expensive to purchase, operate and maintain.
The result is severely limited access to their utility for the vast majority of the national and global population. Miznée has changed that for dermatology. Every smartphone, tablet, webcam and digital camera is now a tool to produce similar results to dermatoscopy and UV scanning. Billions of people with access to these devices can now benefit from this capability.
Additionally photos taken decades ago can now be used to retrieve sub-skin imagery, thanks to Miznée.
– Imagine being able to compare past and present sub-skin detail for the same patient. . .only possible with Miznée –
Miznée! is 100% safe to use since you only need a photo or video taken with a smartphone, tablet, laptop or other normal camera.
Miznée’s AMI (Absorbed Multispectral Imaging) is the world’s first and only technology that empowers the billions of mobile users across the world to receive tele-imaging services.
A Miznée AMI scan delivers the possibility to see underlying skin issues before they reach the surface or return to the surface.
With our AMI, patients are not restricted to an uncomfortable, rigid position during scanning. There’s no radiation generated. No contrast dye injection. No noise or vibration. Anyone can operate the scanning device, it’s called ‘a camera’!