The clearance covers automated clip selection and the calculation of left ventricular ejection fraction (EF), a widely used metric of cardiac function, according to the vendor. EchoMD AutoEF automatically reviews all relevant digital video clips of cardiac cycles from a patient's echocardiography study and then selects the best clips to calculate EF after assessing their image quality, Bay Labs said.
The software's deep-learning algorithms were trained on a curated dataset of more than 4 million images from 9,000 patients. The software can be integrated into any DICOM PACS medical imaging environment, according to the firm.
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