FDA clears EDDA's digital chest software

New imaging software company EDDA in Princeton Junction, NJ, has received Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for software for the review of digital x-ray chest images.

EDDA says its software improves the detection rate of lung nodules in the 5-mm to 15-mm range, reducing variation between observers. It delivers multiple image enhancements and region of interest (ROI) evaluation tools, assisting in the identification of pulmonary lesions, according to EDDA.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 8, 2004

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