AI innovation to support sound clinical decisions
UltraSight brings cardiac sonography to more patients in new healthcare settings by simplifying the use of ultrasound technology, allowing more healthcare professionals the ability to screen patients earlier and provide more timely interventions.
Obtaining new skills requires not only time but also training and supervision. Cardiac sonography is a skill that takes years to acquire and requires daily practice to maintain a high level of proficiency.
Today, many healthcare providers lack access to these three key elements: 1) ultrasound devices, 2) mentorship, and 3) the time required to master proficiency in cardiac ultrasound.
At UltraSight we strive to change this paradigm with the power of artificial intelligence. Our goal is to harness the power of AI to close the skillset gap and allow inexperienced users to take cardiac ultrasound images like experts.
Clinical Study Validates Technology
UltraSight has successfully concluded its multicenter pivotal study across two U.S. locations, including the University of Chicago and Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and at the Sheba Medical Center in Israel. The goal of the study was to evaluate UltraSight AI guidance software’s ability to enable medical professionals without any echocardiography experience to acquire 10 echocardiographic views.
The study results demonstrate that UltraSight Real-Time Guidance can allow medical professionals who do not have prior sonography experience to accurately perform echocardiographic examinations and acquire high quality diagnostic images of the heart in 93-100% of patient exams.
The study also found that the clinical interpretation is similar when exams are done by novice users using UltraSight’s Real-Time Guidance software when compared with sonographers.
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