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The novel foot report software provides automatic analysis of the pedography measurement in report form. The standard erport included analysis of pressure in several defined foot regions. The pedography result report is available in html format and can be sent via internet and viewed with internet browsers.

A conventional hardcopoy report is also possible. According to specific pedography requirements, medical speciality versions are available.

This report functions in conjunction with novel database to create an HTML report output of analysis parameters. The report was designed for use in a clinic to provide useful information aiding in diagnosing problems and evaluating treatment progress. The report offers automatic evaluation of parameters and a quick statistical analysis of pressure measurements.

  • report basic
  • report HMF
  • report HMFT
  • report diabetes
  • report PRC
  • report novel


Report basic
This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report page shows the average maximum pressure picture for both feet (large printout).
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.


Report HMF (hindfoot - midfoot - forefoot)
This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report page shows the average maximum pressure picture for both feet (large printout).
In addition, this report includes the values of pressure, force, contact time and of contact area for three predefined foot areas (hindfoot - midfoot - forefoot).
The division of the foot in four areas is achieved by an algorithm for foot recognition.
For both the left and right foot, columns are used to represent the values related to pressure, force, contact time and contact area in the four different areas of interest.
In case of multiple assessments, average value and standard deviation are shown as columns for all four feet regions.
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.


Report HMFT (hindfoot - midfoot - forefoot - toes)

This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report page shows the average maximum pressure picture for both feet (large printout).
In addition, this report includes the values of pressure, force, contact time and of contact area for three predefined foot areas (hindfoot - midfoot - forefoot).
The division of the foot in four areas is achieved by an algorithm for foot recognition.
For both the left and right foot, columns are used to represent the values related to pressure, force, contact time and contact area in the four different areas of interest.
In case of multiple assessments, average value and standard deviation are shown as columns for all four feet regions.
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.


Report PRC
This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report page shows the average maximum pressure picture for both feet (large printout).
In addition, this report includes the values of pressure, force, contact time and of contact area for ten predefined foot areas (hindfoot medial and lateral, midfoot medial and lateral, metatarsal region 1, metatarsal region 2, metatarsal region 3, 4 and 5, big toe, second toe and lesser toes).
The division of the foot in ten areas is achieved by an algorithm for foot recognition.
For both the left and right foot, columns are used to represent the values related to pressure, force, contact time and contact area in the ten different areas of interest.
In case of multiple assessments, average value and standard deviation are shown as columns for all ten feet regions.
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.


Report novel
This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report pages show the average maximum pressure picture and the pressure-time integral picture for both feet (large printout).
In addition, this report includes the values of pressure, force, contact time and of contact area for ten predefined foot areas (hindfoot, midfoot, 5 metatarsal regions, big toe, second toe and lesser toes).
The division of the foot in ten areas is achieved by an algorithm for foot recognition.
For both the left and right foot, columns are used to represent the values related to pressure, force, contact time and contact area in the ten different areas of interest.
In case of multiple assessments, average value and standard deviation are shown as columns for all ten feet regions.
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.


Report diabetes
This software allows automatic calculation of the averaged maximum pressure values out of many dynamic measurements for each sensor. The result is an automatically generated report, which lists the results in a standard form.
The first report page contains patient's data, history and diagnosis and comments imported straight from the database. Two pictures show the maximum pressure pictures for the left and right foot both in 2D and 3D. Logo can be uploaded as a picture. The footer contains the report issuing date, name of the physician, date of visit, patient ID and patient name.
The following report page shows the average maximum pressure picture for both feet (large printout).· In addition, this report includes the values of pressure, force, contact time, contact area, pressure-time integral and force-time integral for ten predefined foot areas (hindfoot, midfoot, 5 metatarsal regions, big toe, second toe and lesser toes).
The division of the foot in ten areas is achieved by an algorithm for foot recognition.
For both the left and right foot, columns are used to represent the values related to pressure, force, contact time, contact area, pressure-time integral and force-time integral in the ten different areas of interest.
In case of multiple assessments, average value and standard deviation are shown as columns for all ten feet regions.
The report is in html form and can be forwarded per email or handed over as printout.