iSchemaView, a company specializing in artificial intelligence systems for stroke, launched RAPID ICH, software designed to triage non-contrast computed tomography (CT) images and alert clinicians to possible intracranial hemorrhage. The software, which is designed for use in both primary stroke centers and mobile stroke units, made its debut at the 2019 annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons held in San Francisco October 12-23. It is currently awaiting clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to iSchemaView.
The company states that RAPID ICH can detect all types of brain hemorrhages with a sensitivity and specificity greater than 90%, and that the software was developed and validated using over a thousand CT scans from stroke centers worldwide. The new RAPID module automatically processes images from a scanner and assesses them for hemorrhage, with results immediately available to physicians via picture archive and communications (PACS) diagnostic workstations, the RAPID Mobile app, and by email.Back To Top
iSchemaView adds intelligent software to detect intracranial hemorrhage to its RAPID software. Appl Radiol.