Enhance Your Echo Lab Workflow
LVivo Seamless is an AI-based software solution that preselects and instantly analyzes the optimal apical cardiac ultrasound views, generating Strain, EF and Right Ventricle Size and Function measurements results for all Echo lab studies. The selected views with results appear as an in-motion secondary capture on any PACS viewer.
This enables clinicians to reduce the variability associated with manually selecting views and visually analyzing cardiac ultrasound images.
Why LVivo Seamless ?
LVivo Seamless automatically runs 'behind the scenes'
on all Echo exams, providing:
Selected views and results
appear in the PACS viewer
on every echo study
in the echo lab
Auto View Selection & Analysis
of 3 Apical views generating Global
and Segmental Longitudinal Strain
(GLS) and Ejection Fraction (EF)
Auto Right Ventricle Analysis
Generates Free Wall Strain (FWS),
FAC, and TAPSE in a single click
Easily adjust borders, contours. Choose different views and/or beats
Images are processed and
stored on hospital servers
Strain CPT Code +93356
up to $40 per exam
As quickly as
What The Experts Are Saying
"LVivo software operates without human touch and adds a great value. These rapid, reliable and accurate serial views selections and measurements enable us to get second opinions and access anytime and anywhere"
Steven Feinstein, M.D
Professor of Medicine in Cardiology
"LVivo Seamless is time-preserving and increased confidence in AI at our echo lab. Everyone was relying more on the AI results!"
Dr Krunoslav Sveric
Echo Lab Director
Technical University of Dresden, Germany
THE AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION OF LEFT VENTRICULAR CHAMBERS AND QUANTIFICATION OF EJECTION FRACTION USING A NOVEL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE BASED SYSTEM - A VALIDATION AGAINST CARDIAC MAGNETIC RESONANCE.
Dindane Z., Sveric K.M., Winkler A., Botan R., Mierke H., Svitil J., Heidrich F.M., Ulbrich S., Linke A.P.
European Society of Cardiology Congress, August 2022
A NOVEL AI BASED SYSTEM CAN ASSIST WORKFLOW AUTOMATION BY SEAMLESS INTERPRETATION OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATIONS
Noah Liel-Cohen, Sergio L. Kobal, Adi Butnaru, Liat Alper-Suissa, Steve Feinstein
Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography, June 2021