DetectedX lung cancer platform now available

  • June 2, 2021
  • Chest
  • News

DetectedX has just released a new platform to the public which requires of the users to detect whether cancer is present on lung CT scans. Within LungED, there are multiple test sets comprising of many cases for users to improve their diagnostic ability which has so far have shown to be improved by 34% on average.

This technology, created by University of Sydney-affiliated start-up DetectedX, was originally developed to improve the accuracy of breast cancer detection however has been modified to accomodate lung CT scans too. This will enable more doctors around the world diagnose patients with lung cancer more accurately.

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LungED has the potential to transform clinician’s abilities to detect lung cancer by studying CME-awarded modules that can take less than 30 minutes to complete.

Professor Patrick Brennan, CEO of DetectedX

This platform will assist training clinicians in getting familiar with what they should be looking for in people who might have lung cancer, or it might be just testing current abilities and suggesting where improvement could be made for existing doctors.

The user’s diagnosis compared with the true marking supplied in the answers.
The user’s diagnosis compared with the true marking supplied in the answers.

Once the users have completed the test sets, they will instantly receive personal performance scores and then can review all the cases to see their correct and incorrect decisions, and view assessment images. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits can be gathered via a short post test for the clinicians wanting to acquire them. Additionally, RANZCR CPD points can also be claimed.

Transforming the way clinicians are trained, this personalised, online radiology tool is available from today. For your free trial, sign up with DetectedX today and access the demo available on the LungED platform.

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