THE IBSA DERMA CLINICAL RESEARCH PLATFORM
It is precisely on this basis that IBSA Derma Clinical Research – the first platform for the iconographic collection and sharing of dermoaesthetic treatments designed for professionals – was created. This platform allows for a large-scale medical history recording and the standardisation of treatment protocols, making any single clinical data or specific technique homogeneous and comprehensible.
IBSA is the first company to propose a digital platform of this magnitude in the field of Aesthetic Medicine: a “real-world data tool” that connects specialists and promotes the sharing and discussion of the clinical data collected and the treatments carried out.
Once registered, the specialist will be able to upload the patient’s record and images, thus starting the “treatment history”. With the shared coding of patient data and the homogeneous collection of interventions, the basis is therefore defined for achieving concurrence on the techniques to be used, while defining limits and opportunities for intervention.
“IBSA Derma Clinical Research is a critical tool for aesthetic medicine”, stated Beatriz Molina, Surgeon, Member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine and founder of the International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPCAM) “because it offers several benefits that can help improve the treatment experience for both clinicians and patients, as well as personalise care based on each patient’s specific needs”.