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Assessment of an AI Aid in Detection of Adult Appendicular Skeletal Fractures by Emergency Physicians and Radiologists: A Multicenter Cross-sectional Diagnostic Study
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#MeetGLEAMER In October
We are pleased to share with you 4⃣ key dates to #MeetGLEAMER during October, we invite you to discover the New #AI Generation and get your demo! #MeetGLEAMER : 🗓 01 & 02 October 2021, CNT2U – 📍 Centre de Congrès du WTC Grenoble – Stand 7 🗓
AI application sees fractures on X-rays
Software helps ETZ radiologists make the correct diagnosis Does the patient have a broken bone? To answer this question, approximately one hundred X-rays are taken every day in the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital (ETZ). The Tilburg radiologists are now – as a trial – using AI applications to make the correct
GLEAMER Webinar : Looking for experts’ advice on how to implement #AI in #Radiology practice?
Subject : Equipping Radiology with safe & reliable AI-assistants: practical considerations to make informed choices Description : How can Radiology, IT departments, and Healthcare institutions efficiently and pragmatically evaluate these solutions and make informed choices? What are the questions and risks to consider when it comes to appropriate use cases,
GLEAMER Raises € 7.5 Million to Market A.I. Platform Offering Radiologists Semi-automated Diagnosis of Medical Images
GLEAMER, a French med-tech company that develops an A.I. software platform to help radiologists diagnose their patients, announces it has secured € 7.5 million in a Series A round led by XAnge, alongside new investors MACSF, Majycc eSanté Invest, and Crista Galli
GLEAMER Publishes in the Prestigious Journal (Radiology) The Compelling Results of a Clinical Study
The combination of AI and health professionals interpretations lowered the false-negative rate (undetected fractures) on radiographs by 30% BoneView® allowed a gain in sensitivity (12% increase) and specificity (5% increase) per patient, without loss of reading speed, on exams specifically selected for their difficulty. Paris, May 18th 2021 – GLEAMER,