ChestView in action
49 years old male, history of high grade osteosarcoma, amputation of the tibia in 2010.
ChestView detects a right paravertebral mass corresponding to a recurrence of the osteosarcoma, confirmed by CT and biopsy.
66 y.o. Male, active smoker (30 pack/year) with a chronic cough and altered general condition (weight loss, asthenia).
ChestView detects a nodule in the apex of the right upper lobe, confirmed by CT.
Better patient care
Enhance the quality of care by minimizing overlooked anomalies; our study has shown a notable increase in sensitivity for all abnormalities.
Over 70% of Chest X-rays are labeled as normal. ChestView accelerates prioritization with a unique design that merges vital findings and high sensitivity, assisting in patient triage.
Reading Chest X-rays is challenging for all readers. ChestView aids by cutting down reading time and aims to serve as a copilot, bolstering their decision-making process.