The field of dermatology
“Don’t waste time manually managing your photos”.
The benefits of photography in dermatology
Whether for monitoring nevi, spots or skin wounds, photography is an invaluable aid for clinical monitoring.
Presentation and comparison
Optimise your image database
Fully aware of the importance of photography in dermatology, we wanted to create a simple, comprehensive solution to help practitioners make the most of their time by simplifying the acquisition, organisation and management of photos.
Instant photo import
Import your photos automatically into the patient’s media library from your camera or iPhone (macro and micro photos).
The photos can be taken on the fly, or in the form of protocols, as part of a nevus follow-up, or in an aesthetic context for example – 100% made-to-measure protocols.
Monitoring of nevi : Photo protocols
- The first photo identifies the area (topography)
- The other photos correspond to the different nevi in the area (each nevus is marked, measured and numbered on the topographical image).
- By comparing photos of nevi taken at different times, you can clearly see how they have changed, both in terms of the image and the scale.
Classifying your photos
With intelligent keyword systems and an integrated thesaurus, you can tag your photos simply, so you can find them in just one click, by disease type or family.
Type of photos :
- Type of disease
- Stains, wounds, etc.
- Followed by neavus
- Aesthetic case
Identifying and finding cases
Using Kitview forms, you can enter patient information and directly generate your clinical histories, which can be archived or shared with your patients and colleagues.
One of Kitview’s strengths is that it allows you to search all the information entered in the clinical forms, making it easy to find all your cases.
Ex research :
- Type of patient (profile, sex, age, diagnosis, etc.)
- Types of disease
- Types of treatment
- Types of medication
Consult, compare and present your clinical photos
Presentation tools allow you to view, zoom and compare images to help you make better decisions!
Patient exchanges: 1 image is worth 1000 words;
Using photography to communicate with patients is a great way of improving communication. Either to raise awareness or to provide encouragement;
A range of tools are integrated for viewing, finding, presenting and comparing your images, in one or more views, on 1 or more screens.
Our DNA in dermatology
In 2009, after being asked by a university hospital to manage their images, we developed a version of Kitview dedicated to the field of dermatology.
With the help of a leading professor, we have developed an extremely comprehensive Thesaurus, enabling clinical photos to be identified by type of disease, and then searched by family, category, etc;
An extremely powerful tool for teaching and managing clinical digital history;
Kitview has since evolved to meet the needs of all types of organisations (private practices, clinics, beauty centres, etc.) for optimised management of their clinical digital workflow;