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.

Thirona is now compliant with the new Medical Device Regulation

The new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745, which will come into full effect in May 2021, has a major impact on medical device manufacturers worldwide. Implementation of the new regulations has manufacturers facing challenges due to the stricter rules, limited resources, and lack of clear EU guidance. Therefore, we are especially proud to announce that Thirona successfully implemented the requirements and we are now certified against the new MDR.

Thirona obtains patent for quantitative analysis of Cystic Fibrosis in children

Thirona has obtained an exclusive license on a patent in relation to Cystic Fibrosis (CF),  a rare genetic condition that creates lung abnormalities from a very early age. The patent allows us to develop an AI algorithm that will analyse CT scans to identify even the smallest abnormalities in the lungs, especially early on, ensuring that the right treatment can follow.

Thirona’s CT analysis helps VR-visualization of lungs for pre-operative planning

MedicalVR has integrated Thirona's chest CT analysis software in their virtual reality application PulmoVR. It provides surgeons with an interactive 3D visualization of the lungs for pre-operative planning. Patient-specific anatomical labels and segmentation are added by [...]

CAD4COVID-XRay and CAD4COVID-CT are CE certified

Today, June 10th 2020, our Notified Body has granted CE certifications for both our CAD4COVID-CT and CAD4COVID-XRay solutions. Both have been granted Class II CE certifications, meaning they can officially be used as tools to aid in the interpretation of imaging COVID-19. The CE (0344) approval will help to further support the roll-out of both solutions, which will continue to be available free-of-charge to support healthcare facilities globally to face the pandemic.

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