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Subtle Medical Unveils Cutting-Edge Workflow Innovations

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Nov 2023
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Image: SubtleMR enhances sharpness for head MRI (Photo courtesy of Subtle Medical)
Image: SubtleMR enhances sharpness for head MRI (Photo courtesy of Subtle Medical)

Subtle Medical, Inc. (Menlo Park, CA, USA), a leading healthcare technology company using AI for expedited medical imaging, is taking center stage at this year's premier radiology conference, the RSNA (Radiological Society of North America). The company develops vendor-neutral software that significantly enhances image quality for both regular and accelerated image protocols, thereby facilitating faster patient care by radiologists. Over the past year, Subtle has been experiencing a surge in demand for their groundbreaking products, SubtleMR and SubtlePET. SubtleMR reduces image noise across various body parts and enhances sharpness for head MRI, while SubtlePET improves the quality of low-count PET exams in a fraction of the original scan time.

Subtle Medical's technology has the potential to enable more patient scans per day, reducing wait times and increasing scanner capacity. At RSNA 2023, Subtle is sharing new results from their peer-reviewed publication and real-world pilots of SubtleSYNTH (FDA-pending), a breakthrough tool in synthetic imaging that uses deep learning to synthesize MR imaging contrast from already acquired contrasts, enabling 100% acceleration. Shorter scan times translate to the ability to scan more patients per day, thereby increasing service capacity and reducing wait times for critical imaging procedures—a significant challenge in many countries today.

In addition, the company is showcasing a new bundle of workflow features in research and development known as SubtleALLY. This innovative package addresses complex workflow challenges and reduces radiologist burnout by standardizing radiology processes that physicians often perform manually today. Features include image quality checks, naming standardization, perfect image reformats, and a performance insights dashboard.

"At Subtle Medical, innovation is in our DNA,” said Enhao Gong, PhD, co-founder and CEO of Subtle Medical. “We're dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible in medical imaging technology to provide better patient care and streamline workflows for healthcare providers. Our AI-powered solutions are driving a transformation in the quality and efficiency of medical imaging."

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