Instrumentation and software systems for analysis of the microcirculation

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31st March 2022 CapiScope 4.53 released

The latest update for CapiScope has been released today. Improvements include automatic thresholding for the fast AMC Automatic Movement Correction, and the FCF Functional Capillary Flow and FCD Functional Capillary Density calculations also now have automatic thresholding.

3rd joint ESM-EVBO meeting 2019

We'll be exhibiting at the 3rd joint ESM-EVBO meeting 2019 at the MECC Maastricht, April 15th-18th 2019.


69th Annual BMS meeting April 4th-5th, 2019

We'll be exhibiting at the 69th Annual BMS meeting at the University of Exeter, April 4th-5th, 2019.


British Society for Rheumatology - Nailfold Capillaroscopy 2017

We'll be helping out here on 5th June 2017 with a few of our Capillaroscopy Systems for the practical sessions.


Clinical microcirculation and the technique of capillaroscopy

Friday 20 May 2016. We will be providing equipment and hands on practical demonstrations of microcirculatory capillaroscopy techniques at this Royal Society of Medicine event.



Royal Society of Medicine

1 Wimpole Street



click here for further information at the RSM website.

BBC Horizon "Are we still evolving?"

1st March 2011. Tonight at 9pm BBC2, BBC's Horizon TV program "Are we still evolving?" will feature the new HVCS handheld CapiScope Video Capillaroscopy System being used by Professor Cynthia Beall in the mountainous Himalayas of Nepal.

A system was required that was battery powered and lightweight and easily portable to be used in very remote mountainous Khumbu region in the Himalayas.

Professor Cynthia Beall in Khumbu Nepal using KK Technology HVCS Handheld CapiScope

Photo copyright Cynthia Beall 2010.

The program includes a brief scene showing the HVCS in use. You can watch it here:

Professor Cynthia Beall

Professor Cynthia Beall using HVCS on Sherpa


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