One of the leitmotivs of our R&D unit is to provide accurate, reliable and relevant dosimetric information that meets the expectations of medical and paramedical teams in their clinical routine as well as scientific partners. Our experts remain attentive to customers and integrate them in the reflection on the improvements of its products and services.
Integrating our innovative solutions into the clinical routine
Issues from X-ray sources such as CT, interventional radiology, radiotherapy, etc.
Adaptation to new technologies.
To test and improve our systems, we collaborate closely with clinical centers, hospitals and private companies.
For many years now we have been working together with the research unit INSERM U 1296 "Radiations: defense, health, environment". Fibermetrix and U1296 pool their respective expertise on physical and biological dose to allow a better assessment of radiation risk induced in patients and workers exposed to ionizing radiation in concrete exposure situations.
An ongoing study called EVARISTE aims to map biological effects based on different types of imaging studies (mammography, CT, interventional radiology) and associated dose. This work will allow us to better understand the effects of low doses of radiation encountered in medical imaging and to establish clinical recommendations according to the medical objective sought, the type of patient concerned (radiosensitivity/ radiosusceptibility) and the examination procedures used.
To develop our detectors, we make it a point of honour to work with French and local companies.
Characterization of an Innovative Detector Based on Scintillating Fiber for Personalized Computed Tomography DosimetryClément Dévic, Johann Plagnard, Mélodie Munier Sensors 2022, 22, 90
Cassure double-brin de l’ADN et influence du facteur individuel dans la réponse aux faibles doses de radiation : cas particulier des examens par scannerDevic C Thèse de doctorat en radiobiologie. Lyon : Université Claude Bernard ; 2020
Pourquoi la dose biologique est-elle si différente de la dose physique ?Devic C Dr. Imago avril 2020
Validation d’un dosimètre patient temps-réel basé sur la fibre optique pour la tomodensitométrie X à l’aide de simulation Monte CarloGillet P Thèse de doctorat en physique. Strasbourg : Université de Strabsourg ; 2018
Evaluation of an optical scintillating fiber detector for CT dosimetryGillet P, Munier M, Arbor N, El Bitar Z Rad. Meas. 2018; 119: 125-131.
Real-time patient dose measurement in CT Scan : An innovative solution to improve radiation awarenessMunier M, Gillet P, Carbillet F European Congress of Radiology. Vienna; 2018. EuroSafe Imaging 2018; ESI-0086.
A new scintillating fiber dosimeter for real-time measurement in radiology and radiotherapyMunier M, Sohier T, Muller N, Jung J-M, Carbillet F, Perlongo S, Meyer P, Noël G Eur. J. Med. Phys. 2014; 30(2), E129.