We are happy to announce that Visiana have moved to a new, larger office on Fremtidsvej 1, not far from our old office, and still within the DTU Science Park.
A new independent study has been published with bone age reference curves for healthy Mexican children
European Radiology features an article from Utrecht UMC, investigating the adoption of BoneXpert and other AI methods in radiology in the Netherlands
The Diagnostic Image Analysis Group (DIAG) at Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands has created the site AI for Radiology listing 100 CE-marked, machine learning-based softwares for clinical use in radiology.
As part of this work, the group also inquired radiology departments in the Netherlands about their use of AI software – they found that BoneXpert is the most widely used such software, according to Kicky van Leeuwen, PhD candidate from Radboud Univ.
BoneXpert use dropped to 28% of the normal level in the period 23 March – 19 April. The following four weeks it rose to 45% of the normal level.
Clínica Alemana in Santiago, Chile, has been a customer of Visiana since 2018, performing 5900 BoneXpert analyses per year. The clinic took initiative to perform an independent validation study of BoneXpert’s GP bone age assessment, and this was published in Revista chilena de pediatría:
The long-awaited version 3.0 of BoneXpert is now rolling out to all customers.
It represents the most significant update, since BoneXpert's launch 10 years ago.
The main features are:
- Improvement of the accuracy of the bone age measurement
- Carpal bone age determination
- Bone age and BHI determination down to age zero
- Fewer rejections of images and more accurate localisation of the bones
BoneXpert has been licensed to several major children’s hospitals in Italy, culminating with the sales to the largest children’s hospital in Europe Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù in Rome, run by the Vatican City. The number of sites having purchased a license to BoneXpert is now 135
There is a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence will affect radiology, but not much about the AI systems already in use. It is therefore timely that Radboud University and EuSoMII are organising a Hands-on AI Day in Nijmegen on April 21, 2018.
Over 100 hospitals are now using BoneXpert!