We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. This includes personalizing content and advertising. To learn more, click here. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies. Cookie Policy.

Features Partner Sites Information LinkXpress
Sign In
Advertise with Us

Download Mobile App





PaxeraHealth Demonstrates the Latest in Artificial Intelligence Technology for Imaging at RSNA 2022

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Nov 2022
Print article
Image: PaxeraHealth’s innovative AI solutions can accelerate workflow, results, and algorithm development (Photo courtesy of PaxeraHealth)
Image: PaxeraHealth’s innovative AI solutions can accelerate workflow, results, and algorithm development (Photo courtesy of PaxeraHealth)

PaxeraHealth (Newton, MA, USA) is demonstrating the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) technology for imaging at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 108th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting from November 27 to December 1. At RSNA 2022, PaxeraHealth is showcasing its industry-first, zero-coding authoring platform “ARK” that expedites the production of clinically validated imaging AI algorithms for healthcare systems and academic research centers.

PaxeraHealth’s Ark platform (a patent pending technology) is impacting healthcare systems and academic research centers around the globe with its zero-coding AI algorithm technology. The Ark platform was developed to democratize AI and reduce medical errors and overall healthcare costs. PaxeraHealth’s high definition labeling technology reduces the amount of data required for training and increases the efficiency of the created AI algorithms.

Additionally, the Ark delivers a streamlined research PACS platform to help researchers collect, curate, manage, and share data for clinical trials and collaboration on other research opportunities, leading to improved research productivity and less time wasted directly managing data.

Related Links:
PaxeraHealth

Gold Supplier
SBRT Phantom with Removable Spine
E2E SBRT Phantom with Removable Spine Model 036S-CVXX-xx
New
DR Retrofit Kit
Ultisys
New
Portable Color Doppler Ultrasound System
P11 PLUS
New
Vertical Bucky
IMX-18A

Print article
Radcal

Channels

MRI

view channel
Image: MRI scan showing the fetus and placental compartments (Photo courtesy of WUSTL)

New MRI Method Automatically Detects Placental Health during Pregnancy

Early monitoring of the placenta can improve detection and prevention of pregnancy complications, such as preterm birth, fetal growth disorders and preeclampsia. Currently, standard MRI analysis methods... Read more

Ultrasound

view channel
Image: The new Clarius MSK AI model speeds up diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries (Photo courtesy of Clarius)

Handheld MSK Ultrasound Scanner Uses AI to Automatically Identify and Measure Tendons in Foot, Ankle and Knee

An artificial intelligence (AI) application for musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging that works with handheld point-of-care ultrasound devices automatically identifies, highlights, and measures tendon structures... Read more

Nuclear Medicine

view channel
Image: Tracking radiation treatment in real time promises safer, more effective cancer therapy (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Real-Time 3D Imaging Provides First-of-Its-Kind View of X-Rays Hitting Inside Body During Radiation Therapy

Radiation is used in treatment for hundreds of thousands of cancer patients each year, bombarding an area of the body with high energy waves and particles, usually X-rays. The radiation can kill cancer... Read more

General/Advanced Imaging

view channel
Image: CZT gamma detector for SPECT imaging (Photo courtesy of Kromek)

Low-Dose Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) Could Improve Cancer Detection in Dense Breast Tissue

Traditional mammography is often less able to clearly image tumors due to the density of the breast tissue. Molecular breast imaging (MBI) technology uses a radioactive tracer that ‘lights up’ areas of... Read more

Imaging IT

view channel
Image: The new Medical Imaging Suite makes healthcare imaging data more accessible, interoperable and useful (Photo courtesy of Google Cloud)

New Google Cloud Medical Imaging Suite Makes Imaging Healthcare Data More Accessible

Medical imaging is a critical tool used to diagnose patients, and there are billions of medical images scanned globally each year. Imaging data accounts for about 90% of all healthcare data1 and, until... Read more
Copyright © 2000-2023 Globetech Media. All rights reserved.