FDA & CE | Cardiothoracic | CT | Amplifier Partner

Description of use

AVIEW provides CT values for pulmonary tissue from CT thoracic and cardiac datasets. This software can be used to support the physician providing quantitative analysis of CT images by image segmentation of sub-structures in the lung, lobe, airways, fissures completeness, cardiac, density evaluation, and reporting tools.

AVIEW converts the sharp kernel to soft kernel for quantitative analysis of segmenting low attenuation areas of the lung. Characterizing nodules in the lung in a single study or over the time course of several thoracic studies.

Characterizations include nodule type, location of the nodule, and measurements such as size (major axis, minor axis), estimated effective diameter from the volume of the nodule, the volume of the nodule, Mean HU(the average value of the CT pixel inside the nodule in HU), Minimum HU, Max HU, mass(mass calculated from the CT pixel value), and volumetric measures(Solid major; length of
the longest diameter measure in 3D for a solid portion of the nodule, Solid 2nd Major: The size of the longest diameter of the solid part, measured in sections perpendicular to the Major axis of the solid portion of the nodule), VDT (Volume doubling time), and Lung-RADS (classification proposed to aid with findings.) ). The system automatically performs the measurement, allowing lung nodules and measurements to be displayed and, integrate with Sectra PACS.  It also provides the Agatston score, volume score, and mass score by the whole and each artery by segmenting four main arteries (right coronary artery, left main coronary, left anterior descending, and left circumflex artery). Based on the calcium score provides CAC risk based on age and gender.

The device is indicated for adult patients only

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