LUMC calculates lung damages COVID-19 patients with AI technology

Healthcare professionals at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC) can use artificial intelligence (AI) to quickly and easily calculate whether a corona patient has suffered serious lung damage. They do this by running a CT scan through the AI software CAD4COVID-CT. The software was developed by the company Thirona and is used in the LUMC via Philips Intellispace AI Workflow Suite.

The Canisius Wilhelmina Ziekenhuis in Nijmegen is now using CAD4COVID-CT in their clinical practice!

Our CAD4COVID software will help to assess affected lung tissue in COVID-19 patients. We have worked closely together with CWZ over the past month to integrate the solution in their daily workflow, and are really happy with the result.


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