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This proprietary cloud-based platform is backed by the latest in medical technology, AI, and machine learning. Our innovative decision-support tool is designed to highlight probability indicators for structural heart disease using echocardiographic measurement data from a standard cardiothoracic ultrasound.
Augmented by additional checks and validated in clinical trials, EchoSolv™ is as comprehensive as it is easy to integrate into your practice.
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EchoSolv platform is securely built to align with HIPAA and SOC 2 Controls.
EchoSolv AS™ is designed to identify patients having the at-risk phenotype for aortic stenosis, in many cases before they present with any of the current guideline diagnostic thresholds. EchoSolv AS™ is 95% accurate in detecting Severe Aortic Stenosis, without relying on left ventricular outflow tract measurements. This level of accuracy allows physicians to identify patients for further referral and to seek out treatment and therapeutic intervention to prevent their risk from developing further. EchoSolv AS ™ is currently available in the US and Australia, allowing physicians to access in-guideline assessments. Following FDA approval, EchoSolv AS™ will be available with phenotyping capabilities.
IMPROVED PATIENT OUTCOMES
EchoSolv AS™ is designed to minimize subjectivity in your echo analysis and the number of missed opportunities and inconsistencies, therefore reducing the opportunity for misdiagnosis. Our cutting-edge decision support software is aimed to enhance existing clinical workflows and judgements made by cardiologists by highlighting patients with a Severe AS phenotype who may benefit from further clinical review, facilitating more accurate diagnosis.
Our cutting-edge decision-support tool aims to reduce the effects of human cognitive load and improve diagnostic accuracy. This supports physicians in their aim to do no harm and improve patient outcomes.
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