PROBLEMS FACING RADIOLOGISTS TODAY

INCREASING VOLUME OF DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING DATA

Greater image volume and higher resolution images subject to analysis by the same human eye

OVERWHELMING WORKLOAD ON RADIOLOGY PERSONNEL

More images to review per patient in a shorter timespan – up to 70 per patient examination

A STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT LEVEL OF MISINTERPRETATIONS

Up to 9% of all interpretations – in the US alone, that equates to between 30,000 – 40,000 misinterpretations annually

DIFFICULTY INTERPRETING DATA OFFSITE

Challenges of working in remote locations due to difficulties in secure and efficient access to imaging data due to equipment vendors policies.

DIFFICULTY IN SHARING KNOWLEDGE AND CONSULTING INTERPRETATIONS

Usually only printed atlases available, or basic forms of online public libraries with limited analytical functionality

Solving radiologists’ needs

A TOOL THAT WOULD SUPPORT ADVANCED DIGITAL IMAGE ANALYSIS

Reducing the need to manually calculate and measure brain features such as symmetry

A SYSTEM WHICH AUTOMATICALLY HIGHLIGHTS AND DISPLAYS DETAILS

Capturing details which are otherwise difficult to the detect by the human eye

SOPHISTICATED ALGORITHMS THAT COULD DETECT LESIONS

Not only detect, but also suggest a classification for the proposed brain examination

THE ABILITY TO CONDUCT A DIAGNOSIS OUTSIDE THE HOSPITAL

Analysing images remotely without access to patient sensitive data

ACCESS TO A DIGITAL LIBRARY

To enable the radiologist to compare similar cases in a quick and efficient manner

Our key product features

Auto rotate

removes the need to manually measure brain symmetry by automatically flagging asymmetries

SEARCH

searching the database of imaging studies for lesions (anomalies) in bone tissues and soft tissues

classification

automatic marking of an imaging scan as a normal (not including pathological changes) or abnormal (including pathological changes) with the ability to diagnose 8 key anomalies: Tumor, Bleeding, Calcification, Ischemic Stroke, Hemorrhagic & Nonhemorrhagic Stroke, Post-Stroke Lesion, Hypodense Lesion on brain CT scan areas

Anomalies

areas of the brain showing abnormal asymmetry – as potential risk areas – and areas containing cues for classification as abnormal, will be marked and visualized using a heatmap plot covering a given cross-section of the imaging test.