It is believed the use of AI will reduce the risk of lung nodules being missed and improve the quality of associated volumetry.
Insignia and Aidence have joined forces to provide a central Lung Volumetry Imaging Service based on Veye Lung Nodules from Aidence.
Veye Lung Nodules provides detection between 3mm and 30mm, classification (solid, non solid), diameter and volume measurement and volume doubling time (based on the most recent prior). Veye Chest is a medical device that reads CT Chest scans to detect and quantify possible malignant anomalies.
The Aidence solution has been successfully trialled at RUH, Bath, where its use continues.
The Peninsula Cancer Alliance are working trusts across the South West to implement this pilot and over the next year we hope that Radiologists will be using this to assist in their lung screening programmes and diagnostics.
A video has been produced to show what the Aidence programme can do
Trusts who are a part of this Pilot:
- University Hospitals Bristol & Weston NHS Foundation Trust
- Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- North Bristol NHS Trust
- Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
- Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
- Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
- Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
- Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
- Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
- Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust