March 31st, 2020
AXIR is a screening and triaging tool to help clinicians identify abnormalities on chest X-rays. It is also a prioritization tool for radiologists and teleradiologists. Currently, AXIR is an integrated software recommended for use with Radisen’s proprietary chest X-ray detector and viewer/system.
Pending. Clinical evaluation under progress (KFDA, ISO13485, CE documentation)
Validation (recommended for use in combination with Radisen’s chest X-ray detector and viewer)
Offline only. Online service scheduled from June 2020
Intended Age Group
Primary health centers, teleradiology companies, government/public sector, e.g. national tuberculosis (TB) program
Currently not on the market
»» Can be used to read images from any kind of chest X-ray machine (vendor neutral), but it works best with Radisen’s chest X-ray system
»» Chest X-ray image format: DICOM
»» Chest X-ray type: posterior-anterior chest X-ray
»» Other requirements: none
Structured report including:
» Bounding boxes or heat map
» Probability score for TB as well as dichotomous output indicating whether TB is likely present or likely absent. Default threshold probability score for TB if dichotomous: 0.5, but is adjustable.
Other non-TB abnormalities detected by the product for which a separate abnormality score is given include: nodule, mass, cavity, integration, exudation, pneumothorax and reticular opacity.
It is possible to integrate the product with the client’s legacy picture archiving and communication system (PACS).
Image viewer provided by Radisen
Less than 20 seconds
A Radisen’s proprietary box will be provided with the AI software. The box needs to be connected to the X-ray detector and computer. A port to transfer DICOM images is also required.