SubtlePET enhances images from up to 4x faster PET scans, resulting in a faster scan with image quality clinically equivalent to the ground truth image. The software is developed from proprietary deep learning algorithms that integrate seamlessly with any PET scanner and PACS to enhance images during acquisition without any alteration to existing workflows.
Better patient experience
Reduces scan times to ensure patients get in and out of the scanner faster, reducing patient discomfort, anxiety, and even pain.
Improved image quality
Applies denoising to improve the image quality from up to 4x faster, noisy scans, delivering a faster scan with image quality equivalent to the ground truth image.
Enables hospitals and imaging centers to scan more patients per day on existing PET machines, increasing capacity and freeing up time for other applications.
Cutting edge technology
Enables centers to extend the life of existing scanners by easily implementing the newest imaging enhancement technology without purchasing expensive new PET scanners.
- Image enhancement
Improves image quality of PET scans, resulting in a faster scan with image quality equivalent to the ground truth image.
- AI powered
Leverages proprietary deep learning algorithms that integrate seamlessly.
- Fully compatible
Works with any scanner and PACS with no change in workflow.
- Rapid deployment
Takes less than 24 hours to set up.
“By utilizing AI-powered imaging technology, we have been able to dramatically increase PET scan efficiency and provide a superior patient experience. The technology allows us to scan a patient four times faster than normal, yet maintain equal image quality, not otherwise impacting workflow.”
Michael Brant-Zawadzki, M.D., F.A.C.R., Senior Physician Executive and the Ron & Sandi Simon Executive Medical Director Endowed Chair of the Pickup Family Neurosciences Institute at Hoag
“The clinical findings were the same using the SubtlePET-enhanced images compared to the standard images. In addition to the quality of the SubtlePET-enhanced images being indistinguishable from the standard images, there were no artifacts and the lesion detectability was excellent. I can absolutely see this improving both radiology workflow and the patient experience.”
Peter Giuliano, MD, Department Chair and Director of the Department of Nuclear Medicine