Clinical Study

Non-Invasive Skin Imaging For Exploratory Evaluation Of Serum Bilirubin Levels

Posted Date: Feb 8, 2022

  • Investigator: Khurram Bari
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  • Type of Study: Device

The objective of this study is to correlate bilirubin levels in blood with non-invasive skin testing like high resolution imaging and imaging under special light. Currently, serum bilirubin levels are assessed with blood work which requires collection of blood sample and takes a few hours to result. With this technology, there is potential for fast, accurate and non-invasive estimation of serum bilirubin levels. Subjects undergoing this research study will have blood samples and skin readings taken at the same time to correlate the findings and to examine if skin images with special cameras and lights can predict serum bilirubin levels.


Anyone 18 Years Of Age Or Older With Elevated Serum Total Bilirubin Level (More Than 1.2 Gram/Dl)


Bilirubiun, Skin Testing, Jaundice

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