Rayvolve* is a computer-aided diagnosis tool based on artificial intelligence that detects all types of fractures on X-rays. It helps radiologists and emergency physicians save time when interpreting exams and reduces the risk of diagnostic errors. A clinical study showed that Rayvolve significantly reduces errors by 20.6% and saves time by 36%. This frees up clinician time to allow them to focus on more complex diagnoses and improve the quality of care.
Rayvolve is the first product in its category to receive both CE and ISO 13485 certifications.
Saves up to 36% on time spent studying X-rays
Reduces diagnostic errors by 20.6%
Improves the quality of care delivered to patients
Increases volume and drives a margin increase for imaging centers
Predictions are generated in less than a second on the physician’s viewer.
Detects every type of bone lesion and indirect signs of fracture.
All fractures found are ranked in order of emergency priority.
Fully integrated into PACS, predictions are automatically generated in the same DICOM series, without any additional clicks required.
*CE Marked, not available for sale in the United States
“In practice, Rayvolve provides accurate fracture detection. The automatic classification in the RIS of the abnormal cases gives us a major advantage in our patient flow management.”
Gregory Lenczner, Radiologist at RPO, Head of Drim France IA & VP of FNMR
“Rayvolve saves a lot of precious time, especially in the recent COVID rush period. I am very happy with it.”
Sylvie-Evelyne MERCIER, Radiologist at Franco-Britannique Hospital
“We are very satisfied with the performance of Rayvolve, it allows us to draw our attention to small fractures that are difficult to identify and thus gain in precision, especially at the extremities.”
Philippe Malzy, Radiologist at IMSM Imagerie Médicale Sainte-Marie