Seamless Automated Ejection Fraction (EF) and Global Longitudinal Strain (GLS) for all Echo Exams
The global left ventricular (LV) function is used to identify and monitor patients with LV dysfunction, including in patients with suspected heart failure, undergoing chemotherapy, and before and after coronary events. Key measurements for LV function include ejection fraction (EF) and global longitudinal strain (GLS).
Cardiac ultrasound imaging analysis is usually done through either visual estimation or manually, making the process subjective, error-prone, and dependent on the user’s experience.
Recent data from COVID-19 frontlines show that heart issues were a frequent cause of death for 50% of COVID-19 patients. Clinical protocols recommend performing limited echo exams on COVID-19 patients to monitor patients’ Left Ventricle and detect dysfunction.
DiA’s seamless solution automates this process by pre-selecting the adequate clips for detecting cardiac abnormalities and quickly generates an accurate EF measurement.
After preselecting the best 2CH and/or 4CH views, LVivo generates an analysis of ejection fraction, left ventricular volumes and global longitudinal strain (GLS) as part of existing workflows.
Why LVivo Seamless ?
Automated EF and GLS analysis includes pre-selection of best available views for all echo exams
AI enables quick results to alleviate bottlenecks
Supports clips from any ultrasound device, works with any PACS
Clinicians in the USA can
report and bill for myocardial strain as of January 2020 (CPT code +93356)