qXR is a tool assiting radiologists and emergency services in the detection of chest pathologies in w-ray imaging. qXR analyzes x-rays, detects numerous chest pathologies (lung, pleura and mediastinum) and integrates the result into the radiologist’s usual reading environment. A work list with the classification of examinations into “normal” and “abnormal” allows radiologists and emergency physicians to prioritize patients flow in ER settings.
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
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