An article related to our GOKO's capillary scope GOKO Bscan-Z and the software GOKO-VIP for velocity measurement was published in the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, one of the leading daily newspapers in Japan, specializes in business and industrial affairs, dated October 7, 2021.
The title of the article is "Abstract of Juntendo University was published at American Society: The Effects of Skin Surface Temperature Change on Capillary Blood Flow" (translated from Japanese).
The article states that the oral presentation by Dr. Chihiro Matsui of the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Juntendo University, Tokyo, Japan, using the above GOKO Bscan-Z and GOKO-VIP will be published in the abstract as a Oral presentation Tier1 acceptance, Top 200 abstract at the General Assembly of the American Society of Plastic Surgery.
In addition, the GOKO Bscan-Z has the highest level of clarity in the industry and has a track record of introducing more than 3,000 units in total. The article also states that the blood flow velocity in the capillaries can be quantified as a numerical value by analyzing the images captured by the GOKO Bscan-Z with the flow velocity measurement software GOKO-VIP.
* This article has been reprinted with permission from Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun.