The DiagnostiX ER A.I. helps create an immediate differential diagnosis for low-code priority patients. By allowing the patients x-ray to be diagnosed immediately by DiagnostiX, the physician will only need to sign off on treatment protocols and diagnosis. This not only reduces bottlenecks in the ER department, but also gives an unbiased opinion on every scan.
Diagnostix is a system designed for the purpose of creating an immediate differential diagnosis for low coded priority patients. Thereby reducing clutter in emergency rooms.
All data of past patients can be studied for the purpose of studying differential trendlines. With DICOM standards applied for any and all reporting. This means that doctors can not only save time on the diagnosis of a patient but also on the reporting aspects as they can browse through the diagnostix template libraries.
DiagnostiX can detect upto 29 different findings on chest X-rays. Irrespective of CR/DR scans or PA/AP views, DiagnostiX can aid in detecting multiple findings with the lungs, pleura, heart, bones and the diaphragm.
DiagnostiX output is less than one minute per scan and can be intergrated with a variety of PACS globally available.
DiagnostiX has an epidemiological database of more than 1 Billion total entries. Our database focuses on diagnosis for each type of patient.
The diagnosis on which DiagnostiX is trained will therefore include pre-made templates on a per patient basis for possible treatment protocols that suit best for each individual patient. This is done by cross referencing the potential individual variables with the probability of success based on previous data.
DiagnostiX can detect and localize multiple findings in a Chest X-ray including detection of multiple findings with the lungs, pleura, heart, bones and the diaphragm.
With DiagnostiX, the analytical capabilites of the algorithms go a step further. Individual finding specific abnormalities detect and localise the lesion in the lungs and then quantify the affected lesion in comparison to the entire lung volume seen on the chest X-ray.
DiagnostiX can also analyse multiple scans from the same patient sequentially and create a progression report to detect changes in lesions over time.
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