CardioEchoAI provides Artificial Intelligence algorithms to mimic steps performed by the cardiologist and speed up the analysis of 2D transthoracic echocardiography (TTE).

Saves up to 85% of time spent on doing repetitive actions by a medical specialist

CE mark pending

Use cases

Inter-operator variability

With automation vs without


E.g. measuring FAC in 100+ patient cohort

Comparing accuracy

AI vs physician for calculating LVEF, FAC etc.

Novel algorithm

E.g. RV strain

Disease groups

Heart failure

Systolic function

LV global and regional systolic function

Biplane and triplane ejection fraction (LVEF). 16-segment myocardial wall motion model with abnormal wall motion severity scoring of global longitudinal strain.

Heart failure

Diastolic function

Calculation of E/A ratio, average E/e’ ratio and left atrial volume index (LAVi) values according to the 2016 ASE/EACVI recommendations.

RV global and longitudinal systolic function

It's an automatic tracing of RV fractional area change (FAC). Additionally, automatic evaluation of peak systolic velocity of tricuspic annulus by pulsed-wave and tricuspid annular longitudinal excursion by M-mode

Transmitral inflow

Tricuspid regurgitation systolic velocity (Vmax) and evaluation of the left atrial volume.

Valvular heart disease

Aortic valve (AV)

It’s an aortic annulus, aortic sinuses, sinotubular junction, ascending aorta diameter in parasternal long axis. Color and Continuous wave Doppler with automatic quantitative evaluation of aortic regurgitation (vena contracta width, PISA, regurgitant volume, fraction, effective regurgitant orifice area - EROA, jet area, jet diameter, pressure half-time).

Mitral (MV), tricuspid (TV) and pulmonary valves (PV)

Mitral and tricuspid annulus measurements, pulmonary artery diameter. Automatic quantitative evaluation of MV, TV and PV regurgitation. For mitral and tricuspid stenosis - peak velocity, mean pressure gradient, MV and TV pressure half time and valve area calculation. For pulmonary stenosis - peak velocity and pressure gradient.

Pulmonary hypertension

Mean pulmonary artery pressure right ventricle outflow tract (RVOT) acceleration time.

Pulmonary artery systolic pressure assessment by tricuspid regurgitation (TR) velocity and pressure in right atrium. Continuous wave Doppler of the TR trace is used to measure the difference in pressures between the right ventricle and right atrium.

Dedicated work environment

Standardised reporting

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