Doctors from all over the world have recently been able to upload X-ray examinations or other medical documents to www.radailogy.com and have them examined with the help of artificial intelligence (AI). Either as an initial finding or as a second opinion to confirm or expand their own diagnosis. “What we are doing with Radailogy is a world first,” explains Gerd Schueller, founder of the Zug-based company Emergency Radiology Schueller, which launched the platform in October (see article Wirtschaft/Zuger Zeitung 29.12.2020).

Not only trauma centers and radiological institutes, but every doctor has to do with diagnosing fractures. X-rays are still the first line modality, especially in the case of trauma to the peripheral skeleton. Radailogy offers you a new, CE-approved app from AZmed in France: Rayvolve. Either let Rayvolve always process your X-ray images in the background, or you can send us selected images with a specific question. Rayvolve was trained on records from a million trauma images. AZmed shows Rayvolve a sensitivity of 96% and a specificity of 86%. In our own test series Rayvolve performed as follows: Sensitivity 93%, Specificity 86%, PPW 92%, NPW 89%, Accuracy 91%. In a multicenter study, Rayvolve achieved a time saving of 36% and an increase in specificity of 8%.

Rayvolve proves to be a valuable help for doctors in daily practice: be it that the app is used occasionally, for example in doctor’s offices, or that it is used to optimize the workflow in medical centers.

Rayvolve is best to request using our Radailogy services Defained or Pure AI. Register, upload and let’s go!