Ziosoft2 uses preprocessing algorithms to automatically create images and cine loops than can be reformatted and transmitted to PACS, removing the need for humans to process images. The application uses a variety of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to analyze images, according to the company.
For example, Ziosoft2 is now able to perform automated coronary calcium scoring, detecting and labeling calcium and then generating reports for radiologists. Users of the software have found that it is able to streamline the process of coronary calcium -- which used to take four to five minutes -- down to one minute.
In addition, Ziosoft2 now supports 3D volumetric analysis of renal arteries and also CT cardiac strain analysis. Other functionality includes analysis for transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures, CT/SPECT cardiac fusion, MR strain analysis, and MR myocardial T1 mapping.
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