AI solution for the diagnosis of chest x-rays

qXR™ is a tool assisting radiologists and emergency services in the detection of thoracic pathologies in radiography. qXR™ analyses the radiograph, detects numerous thoracic pathologies (lung, pleura and mediastinum) and integrates the result into the radiologist’s usual reading environment.
A work list with the classification of examinations as “normal” and “abnormal” enables radiologists and emergency physicians to prioritise the flow of patients through the emergency department.

Automatic detection and localization of thoracic pathologies on the lung, pleura and mediastinum

For example, the qXR solution detects opacities such as cavities, cardiomegaly, effusions, pneumothorax … The solution also allows screening for tuberculosis and COVID 19.

Automatic classification and sorting of exams as normal / abnormal within a work list

The qXR algorithm offers radiologists and emergency physicians a comprehensive overview of the AI results of all exams of the day with normal / abnormal triage.

Automated production of a report incorporating an annotated image and detected and localized pathologies

qXR generates a pre-filled report that contains the annotated images, information on the normal / abnormal nature of the exam and any anomalies detected and their localization.

  • chest pathologies
  • lung
  • pleura
  • mediastinum
  • opacitities
  • pneumothorax
  • effusions
  • x-ray

Prioritize patient flow


Prioritize patient flow in emergency settings and improve patient care thanks to the triage solution.

Save time


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Integrate in your infrastructure


Integrate AI support tools directly into your existing infrastructure and into your regular clinical workflow.

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Qure.ai was founded in 2016 by an Indian team whose founders came from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Max Planck Research Institute. The company’s mission is to use artificial intelligence to make healthcare more accessible and affordable. Their team combines unique expertise in data science with clinical and scientific knowledge, which has already enabled them to publish in major scientific journals such as the Lancet and Radiology. Very active and recognised in global tuberculosis screening programmes, they are committed to designing concrete solutions to a range of clinical questions.

qXR medical device is a regulated health product that bears the CE mark, Class IIa. Notified Body: TÜV SÜD. n°0123. Manufacturer: Qure.ai Technologies.
qXR is a diagnostic tool and shall not be used alone to recommend medical care for diagnostic purposes. Please read the instructions in the user manual carefully. Please contact contact@incepto-medical.com for more information. Last update: 26/03/2024


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