Circle and DiA Imaging partner on AI-based cardiovascular solutions
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Circle and DiA Imaging partner on AI-based cardiovascular solutions

15 Jun 2021 (Last Updated June 15th, 2021 12:49)

By adding DiA’s LVivo Toolbox, Circle CVI's product offering will extend to a comprehensive cardiovascular imaging portfolio.

Circle and DiA Imaging partner on AI-based cardiovascular solutions
Circle CVI customers will now have access to multi-modality cardiovascular imaging solutions. Credit: Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash.

Circle Cardiovascular Imaging (CVI) and DiA Imaging Analysis have entered a multi-year collaboration to offer all-in-one artificial intelligence (AI)-based cardiovascular imaging solutions.

The partners will use their respective expertise in cardiac AI and data analytics.

Circle CVI focuses on developing reading and reporting solutions for cardiac imaging.

The addition of DiA’s US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared and CE-marked LVivo Toolbox will boost the company’s existing product offering to a comprehensive cardiovascular imaging portfolio.

LVivo is a suite of AI-based cardiac ultrasound solutions used for automated cardiac and abdominal analysis. Doctors can use this solution for quick, precise use and assessment of ultrasound images on their ultrasound devices or healthcare IT systems.

Circle CVI CEO Greg Ogrodnick said: “By adding DiA’s solutions, Circle CVI is broadening its extensive portfolio of cardiovascular MR and CT, to include ultrasound imaging functionality, offerings that are unparalleled in the market.”

The partnership will offer Circle CVI customers enhanced multi-modality imaging solutions, as well as fresh opportunities for doctors, patients and hospitals globally.

The company plans to provide its customers with the LVivo Toolbox as a set of cardiac ultrasound AI solutions, including LVivo Seamless.

LVivo Seamless can automatically choose the optimal cardiac ultrasound views and produce quantifications and indications of left as well as right ventricles. It then quickly extracts these results to echo reports.

Circle CVI noted that the solutions of both the companies are vendor-neutral, work on any scanner and can be incorporated into hospital and enterprise sites.

DiA Imaging Analysis CEO Hila Goldman-Aslan said: “Joining forces with Circle CVI will accelerate our mission to rapidly deploy health providers with our most advanced and most accurate cardiac ultrasound AI solutions, which will simplify workflows and improve patient outcomes.”