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Precise bone age - for better patient care
BoneXpert is a software for automated measurement of bone age from a child's hand X-ray. This delivers a precise and standardised reading unlike the conventional manual rating with its considerable reader variability.
Leading pediatric clinics integrate this tool seamlessly in their workflow for adult height prediction,better diagnosis and optimisation of treatment.
Running on existing hardware and paid per analysis, BoneXpert is cost-effective from day one, relieving doctors from time-consuming manual rating to allow more time for patient care.
BoneXpert application areas:
Clinical practice in paediatrics
Installed in the radiology department and serving mainly paediatric endocrinology
Academic research or drug trials sponsored by pharmaceutical companies
Talent identification or prevention of injuries
Planning the timing of treatment
October 2018: BoneXpert in 135 hospitals
BoneXpert has been licensed to several major children's hospitals in Italy, culminating with the sales to the largest children's hospital in Europe Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù in Rome, run by the Vatican City. The number of sites having purchased a license to BoneXpert is now 135.
March 2018: Video on AI in radiology
Professor Bram van Ginneken gave a great talk at ECR 2018 about the role of AI in radiology – watch the video here
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February 2018: Hands-on AI
There is a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence will affect radiology, but not much about the AI systems already in use.
It is therefore timely that Radboud University and EuSoMII are organising a Hands-on AI Day in Nijmegen on April 21, 2018.
Nine AI-products, including BoneXpert, are selected for presentation and practical use.
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October 2017: BoneXpert licensed to 100 hospitals
There are now 100 hospitals using BoneXpert for at least 100 analyses per year.
Some of the new sites are
- Hôpital universitaire des enfants Reine Fabiola (HUDERF), Bruxelles, BE
- Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK (depicted above)
- John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
- University Hospital Prague-Motol, CZ
- CHU Vaudois, Lausanne, CH