Peer Reviewed Publications and Abstracts

Study results have been presented at major medical conferences and published in distinguished medical journals.

“Clinical data from several studies on miraDry involving more than
200 patients demonstrated compelling efficacy, duration and patient safety.”

Dr. Michael Kaminer, Chestnut Hill, MA – Dermatologist & Cosmetic Surgeon

Reports 2-year follow-up results showing stable efficacy and patient satisfaction:

  • >90% efficacy
  • DLQI reduction of >10 points
  • Odor not a problem (89% of subjects vs 16% at baseline)

Reduction of Axillary Hair of All Colors After Single Treatment with Novel Microwave Technology

Jeremy Brauer, MD, Roy Geronemus, MD, et al; 2013 ASLMS Annual Meeting (April 2013)

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A Retrospective Analysis of the Treatment of Axillary Hyperhidrosis with a Novel Microwave Technology

Cameron Rokhsar, MD and Min Jeong Kim, MD; 2013 ASLMS Annual Meeting (April 2013), Abstract

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Treatment of Hyperhidrosis with Microwave Technology

Carolyn Jacob, MD; Semin Cutan Med Surg 2013; 32:2-8

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Review article of available treatments, including comprehensive overview of miraDry® technology and integration of procedure in everyday practice.

Clinical Evaluation of a Microwave Treatment for Axillary Hyperhidrosis: Long-Term Follow-up

Mark Lupin, MD and Chih-ho Hong, MD; 2012 ASDS Annual Meeting (October 2012),

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Microwave-based treatment for primary axillary hyperhidrosis: Six months of follow-up

Mark Lupin, MD et al; J Am Acad Dermatol 2012; 66; AB215,

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Long–Term Evaluation of Microwave Treatment for Axillary Hyperhidrosis

Mark Lupin, MD et al; 2012 ASLMS Annual Meeting (April 2012)

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Clinical Evaluation of a Microwave Device for Treating Axillary Hyperhidrosis

H. Chih-Ho Hong, MD, Mark Lupin, MD et al; Dermatologic Surgery 2012; 38:728-735

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Multicenter study evaluating commercial miraDry device reporting 1-year data showing:

  • >90% efficacy
  • 90% patient satisfaction
  • 82% reduction of sweat (gravimetric)

Pivotal, double-blind, sham-controlled multicenter study evaluating investigational generation-2 miraDry system. Study was used for FDA clearance.

Microwave thermolysis of sweat glands

Jessi Johnson, PhD et al; Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 2012; 44:20-25

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Technology overview highlighting why microwave energy is best suited to destroy sweat and odor glands.