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BoneView

Artificial intelligence software BoneView helps radiologists and emergency physicians detect and localise fractures

BoneView, an artificial intelligence (AI) software from French company GLEAMER, provides a gain of 8.7% increase in sensitivity and a 4.1% gain in specificity...
AI

Artificial intelligence should be incorporated into interventional oncology curricula to advance the specialty, BSIR...

“Artificial intelligence is changing the face of healthcare for all stakeholders, from consumers to providers,” Stephen Hunt (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA; co-founder...
CINA

Avicenna.AI secures FDA clearance for its CINA Head neurovascular imaging artificial intelligence tool

Medical imaging artificial intelligence (AI) specialist Avicenna.AI has announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its...
artificial intelligence Hackathon winner announced

First SIO artificial intelligence hackathon “mobilises the IO community to enter the era of...

The Society of Interventional Oncology (SIO) hosted its first artificial intelligence (AI) hackathon at this year’s annual meeting (31 January–3 February, New Orleans, USA)....
dose

Omega Medical Imaging first in the world to receive FDA clearance on artificial intelligence...

Omega Medical Imaging, manufactures of Artificial Intelligence Fluoroscopy/Cine (AIF/C) Imaging systems, has announced US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance of FluoroShield with...
clinical

Artificial intelligence solution improves clinical trial recruitment

Clinical trials are a critical tool for getting new treatments to people who need them, but research shows that difficulty finding the right volunteer...
shoulder

Embolization registry will use artificial intelligence to predict patient outcomes

Sandeep Bagla (chair of Interventional Radiology at the Vascular Institute at Virginia, Woodbridge, USA) presented the results of an initial clinical study detailing his...
Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence will cause “paradigm shift” in IR practice

Clinicians are calling for increased collaboration between computer scientists, biomedical engineers and interventional radiologists as machine learning is posited to play a more prominent...

European Society of Radiology and GE Healthcare announce exclusive artificial intelligence partnership for ECR...

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) and GE Healthcare are partnering on artificial intelligence for the upcoming European Congress of Radiology (ECR; 27 February–3...

Artificial intelligence will support clinical decision making in interventional oncology

Aaron Abajian and Julius Chapiro, New Haven, USA, write about results from an early experiment in applying artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning as a...

Artificial intelligence and big data in medical imaging will dramatically change the landscape of...

The analysis of big data with artificial intelligence (AI) techniques will have an enormous impact on disease prevention, cure and care. By 2030, it...

ECR 2018 to spotlight artificial intelligence, debut special IR programme

The upcoming annual meeting of the European Society of Radiology (ESR; 28 February – March 4, 2018, in Vienna, Austria) has adopted the motto...

Viz.ai announces CE mark for first artificial intelligence powered direct-to-intervention system

Viz.ai has announced the CE mark of its direct-to-intervention system, ContaCT, a novel approach to stroke care that automatically analyses brain CTs and notifies...

Artificial intelligence virtual consultant could guide interventional radiology patient care

Interventional radiologists at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, USA, are using technology found in self-driving cars to power a...
remote stroke interventions

SNIS 2021: Remote stroke interventions raise several unique ethical challenges

At the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery’s 18th annual meeting (SNIS; July 26–29 2021, Colorado Springs, USA and virtual), Jeffrey Saver, professor of Neurology at...

AI partnership seeks to boost care coordination and patient triage for PE and aortic...

Viz.ai has partnered with Avicenna.AI in an effort to enable intelligent care coordination and improve patient triage of patients suffering from pulmonary embolism (PE)...

Philippe L Pereira

Chair of the 2022 and 2023 European Conference on Interventional Oncology (ECIO), Philippe L Pereira muses on the status of interventional oncology (IO) in...
CT

Siemens Healthineers launches new CT scanner for fast diagnosis and precise interventions in demanding...

Siemens Healthineers launches its Somatom X.ceed, a new high-resolution, high-speed computed tomography (CT) scanner. To support medical staff in their workflows during critical situations,...
CLTI

New tools on the horizon for CLTI patients revealed at ISET 2021

“I am going to give you reasons to be excited about your critical limb practice,” Peter Schneider (University of California San Francisco, San Francisco,...
top

Interventional News’ top 10 most popular stories for March 2021

Many of our top 10 stories of March 2021 highlight new data and ideas presented at the annual scientific meeting of the Society of...
confirmation

Ablation-confirmation software must become the new normal for IRs to be competitive with surgeons

“If interventional radiologists wish to become competitive with surgeons, the availability of software enabling the accurate comparison of pre- and post-interventional CT or...

Ablation 2.0: Improved precision as interventionalists approach A0

Ablation is entering a new era of increased precision and quantification, the interventional radiology (IR) community argues, with outcomes that match or surpass those...
GIRFT

GIRFT Radiology report calls for expansion of IR day-case capacity in England

The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) has welcomed the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) report into imaging services in England, released 10 November....

Mentice launches VIST G7 endovascular simulation platform

Mentice AB has announced the global introduction of its seventh-generation Vascular Interventional System Trainer (VIST) simulation platform. According to the company, the VIST G7 includes...
RSNA

RSNA launches online resource for COVID-19

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has launched a web page to help radiology professionals amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. The COVID-19 Resources webpage...
president

VIVA keynote: Medical education needs a reboot in the digital age

Introduced as “a pioneer in the vascular arena”, Michael Dake, senior vice president of the University of Arizona Health Sciences, Tucson, USA, addressed the...
protection

New technologies for radiation protection discussed at ISET

Speaking at the 32nd Annual International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy (ISET; 22–25 January, Hollywood, USA), Lindsay Machan (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) said...
AI

AI system outperforms expert radiologists in detecting breast cancer

An artificial intelligence (AI) programme has been developed that is better at spotting breast cancer in mammograms than expert radiologists, an article published in...
Somatom

Siemens Healthineers markets new Somatom X.cite CT scanner with intelligent user guidance system

Siemens Healthineers presents its new Somatom X.cite single-source CT scanner, together with the new myExam companion user guiding system, based on artificial intelligence (AI)....
grant

BSIR launches Professor Anna Maria Belli Travelling Grant to promote diversity in IR

The BSIR women and diversity committee formally launched the Professor Anna Maria Belli Travelling Grant on 14 November, at the 2019 annual scientific meeting...
interventional innovations with Atul Gupta

A glimpse of the future: The next decade of interventional innovations

Interventional News speaks with Atul Gupta about the future of interventional radiology (IR). As a chief medical officer for Image-Guided Therapy, Philips, he enthuses...
innovation

“Collaboration and innovation” is at core of Michael Jaff’s new role at Boston Scientific

Boston Scientific recently announced that vascular medicine specialist Michael R Jaff (Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Newton, USA) will be joining the company as vice president, clinical...
robotics

Siemens Healthineers to acquire Corindus Vascular Robotics

Siemens Healthineers will acquire all issued and outstanding shares of common stock of Corindus Vascular Robotics, Corindus announced this month. The cash transaction is US$4.28...

Medtronic partners with Viz.ai to accelerate adoption of new AI software

Medtronic and Viz.ai have partnered to accelerate the adoption of Viz.ai’s new technology, which helps synchronise stroke care and decrease time to treatment, potentially...

Alex Tang

“Deep in my heart, I knew interventional radiology (IR) had a tremendous future,” Alex Tang tells Interventional News. Looking back at his career, Tang...

“The era of healthcare disruption is here”: Alan Matsumoto urges IR unity in his...

Interventional radiologists must work as a group to make the practice of medicine more patient-centric and efficient, said Alan H Matsumoto, professor and chair...

Interventional News Issue 73—March 2019 US Edition

US FDA continues to investigate paclitaxel devices in the leg (pages 1–2) Artificial intelligence will cause “paradigm shift” in interventional radiology (IR) practice...
Issue 73

Interventional News Issue 73—March 2019

US FDA continues to investigate paclitaxel devices in the leg (pages 1–2) Artificial intelligence will cause "paradigm shift" in interventional radiology (IR) practice...

Gerard Goh

President of the Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia (IRSA) and European Board of Interventional Radiology (EBIR) examiner for Australia and New Zealand, Gerard Goh...
augmented reality

Mapping the future of interventional oncology: “The time to study augmented reality is now”

“I used to sneak away to the arcade at seven years old to play pacman and asteroids; our goal with augmented reality really is...
Leap

Leap: The tiny camera that will disrupt intravascular imaging

A single-use, high-definition miniature camera has been hailed as a "breakthrough innovation" in intravascular surgery, as Cambridge Consultants announced the device's launch. Called Leap,...

Guerbet announces commercial partnership with Imalogix

Guerbet has announced a commercial partnership with Imalogix, a company focusing on artificial intelligence process and workflow solutions. The commercial partnership combines Guerbet's diagnostic...

Musculoskeletal embolization may be critical for pain management in sports-related injuries

Yuji Okuno (Okuno Clinic, Tokyo, Japan) gave an update on the status of musculoskeletal embolization for pain management and sports related injuries at the...
smart

Smart speaker technology harnessed for hospital medical treatments

Smart speakers that are customarily used in your living room can be programmed to act as an aid to physicians in hospital operating rooms,...

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