Artinis Medical Systems is an innovative Dutch company active in the field of medical research and quality assurance. We make gold standard x-ray phantoms for quality control in radiology and mammography. We also manufacture NIRS devices. The PortaMon and the PortaLite are highly portable and wireless NIRS devices. The OxyMon is our very versatile multichannel NIRS system. Our near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) devices can be used to monitor oxygen supply non-invasively in living tissue (both brain and muscle).
We aim to provide our clients worldwide with superior fit-for-purpose solutions, R&D support, comprehensive training, and effective after-sales support. We can do so based upon our extensive knowledge of the field and on close co-operation with expert groups at various scientific institutions. We are an independent manufacturer and are therefore able to choose the best components available on the market for our products.
New CDCOM for CDMAM 4.0 releasedOctober 2015
EUREF, the European Reference Organisation for Quality Assured Breast Screening and Diagnosis Service, has released CDCOM 4.1.0 for readout of CDMAM 4.0 Images. You can download this from the EUREF website. If you need help to use this CDCOM file to your CDMAM 4.0 Analyser, please contact us .
Release of Oxysoft 3.0.95September 2015
To make your life easier, we have now released a new version of our Oxysoft, software for data acquisition and analysis. With this new version it is possible to connect to multiple Artinis NIRS devices, synchronize with other modalities and many more! Give us a call, or send an e-mail for more information!
New NIRS device: The OctaMonMay 2015
We are proud to announce that we will release our newest NIRS product in June. it is called the OctaMon. It is a wireless and very lightweight 8 channel NIRS device for frontal measurements. Please contact for more information!
PortaLite on BBC2; "Trust me: I'm a doctor"October 2014
We are thrilled to see the PortaLite is becoming a 'moviestar' on BBC2 documentary "Trust me: I'm a doctor". The show investigated the effect of brain boosters other than caffeine. For more information visit the BBC website and their protocol.
CDMAM 3.4 Analyser upgradeOctober 2014
We proudly present the new CDMAM Analyser for CDMAM 3.4. In this completely upgraded software we have applied the newest methodology according to the European Guidelines for analysis of CDMAM images and a new user interface enabling detailed review of the analysis and comparison of many different sets of images. For more information, go to our CDMAM 3.4 Analyser page.
Exercise & Sports Science Australia Conference and Sports, Melbourne, Australia, booth number 43category: Congress
14 April 2016 - 16 April 2016
American Congress of Sport Medicine Annual Meeting, Boston, USAcategory: Congress
31 May 2016 - 04 June 2016
European College of Sport Science Annual Meeting – Vienna, Austria, booth number 79
06 July 2016 - 09 July 2016