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Pie Medical Imaging Launches AI-Powered Echocardiography Platform


CAAS Qardia 2.0, an updated version of the CAAS Qardia echocardiography software platform, reportedly incorporates artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled workflows, and provides enhanced imaging and analysis of key cardiac measures.

Combining off-cart echocardiography analysis with artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, Pie Medical Imaging has launched the FDA-cleared CAAS Qardia 2.0 platform.

An update to the company’s CAAS Qardia echocardiography software, the CAAS Qardia 2.0 software offers robust visualization of stress-echo imaging and diastolic function, and reportedly excels at analysis of myocardial strain and other cardiac assessments, according to Pie Medical Imaging.

The company notes that quality control indices with the CAAS Qardia 2.0 platform enable clinicians to counteract potential foreshortening of cardiac imaging that may impact measurements such as myocardial strain. Leveraging AI-powered workflows, the CAAS Qardia 2.0 software generates automated reporting of key parameters.

Pie Medical imaging adds that the CAAS Qardia software can be server-based with access from any PC within a hospital network or be deployed in a stand-alone setup.

(Editor's note: For a related article, see "FDA Clears AI-Powered Echocardiography Platform for Detecting Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction.")

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