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The MEDO Platform

Medo is designed to analyse ultrasound images to provide more objective and reproducible information, as opposed to conventional semi-manual or visual analysis methods. Medo’s automated tools deliver fast and accurate clinical indications to support the decision-making process.

Medo provides a vendor neutral, fully automated platform that enables quick, objective and accurate ultrasound imaging evaluations.

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Medo Viewer

Objective diagnostic metrics & assistance at your fingertips

At the core of Medo platform, is the Medo viewer. The viewer helps make sense of ultrasound images by identifying complex anatomic structures and features within the images that may represent disease. This assistance enables the user to make faster and more accurate diagnosis and integrates with other systems such as PACS within the workflow.

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Medo Hip

A world without Hip Dysplasia

Medo Hip enables an accurate and cost-effective Developmental Hip Dysplasia (DDH) screening option within a clinical setting.

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Medo Thyroid

Automated classification

Medo Thyroid detects thyroid nodules, classifies according to TI-RADS as benign vs. potentially malignant, and organizes the often-complex findings in thyroid ultrasound into a convenient report format.

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Medo Lung

Bedside Diagnosis

With MEDO Lung, ultrasound images can be efficiently obtained and interpreted by medical personnel caring for patients with lung complications in emergency rooms and intensive care units. Artificial intelligence helps these clinicians detect and interpret ultrasound findings that can be confusing to non-experts, like A-lines, B-lines, sliding pleura and consolidations, to allow for more accurate and objective diagnosis.

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