RSIP Vision is highlighting preliminary results from an ongoing clinical study evaluating the potential of an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to reconstruct a 3D knee model from 2D x-ray images at Assuta Medical Center in Tel Aviv.
This tool is based on novel, patent-pending technology that uses AI to produce a model of the knee from two x-ray images. The company said this model can be used for surgical planning and navigation during orthopedic procedures, such as total knee replacement.
RSIP plans to expand the clinical study to a U.S. medical center and hopes to eventually receive clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It is also working to extend this software to additional anatomical regions, such as the hip and shoulder joints.