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Medimaps Group is the furture of routine osteoporosis bone health screening with TBS Osteo The future of routine osteoporosis bone health screening is right around the corner
TBS Osteo by MediMaps

TBS Osteo is powered by TBS iNsight™ our medically
 approved product, the gold standard in bone microarchitecture
assessment on DXA in osteoporosis.

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Opportunistic AI based bone fragility screening
TBS Ortho by MediMaps

Bone quality assessment
for surgical implants and procedures.
Under development.

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Supporting healthcare professionals in improving patient management, identifying more patients at risk of fracture and fine-tuning therapy decisions

+60

COUNTRIES

in which TBS Osteo is commercially present

+2M

PROCEDURES

more than 2 million TBS procedures worldwide

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GUIDELINES

TBS is recommended nationally & internationally

Our partners

GE healthcare fracture risk
hologic fracture risk
osteosys fracture risk

TBS iNsight™ serves as a foundation technology for tissue structure assessment software applications.

Leveraged first in the field of osteoporosis as the gold standard for bone microarchitecture assessment on DXA in osteoporosis: such as, making a difference in patient lives.

This software is used in daily clinical routine in osteoporosis, to better predict fracture risk. In fact, ongoing research shows its applicability in other medical fields.

Medimaps Group has been certified by BSI to ISO 13485:2016 under certificate number MDR 799726. TBS iNsight is a trademark of Medimaps Group. TBS iNsightTM is cleared for sale in the U.S.

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Meet our expert for a one-to-one demonstration of TBS iNsight™ (Osteo). A short presentation will teach you how to generate a TBS report during a regular spine Bone Mineral Density (BMD) scan.

Then, find out how to seamlessly compute a patient’s Trabecular Bone Score and improve your DXA workflow.

*For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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