PixelShine allows two things: Firstly, low-dose CT studies can be carried out for all patients in terms of optimal radiation protection, and PixelShine subsequently generates significantly improved quality from these noisy images, for example in obese patients. Secondly, the lifespan of CT scanners is extended by reducing the load on the CT tubes.
PixelShine can be used for studies of any CT device age and vendor. This AI software improves radiological precision by homogenizing the workflow. PixelShine enables radiologists to read noisy CT studies with a high noise level of image noise in the best possible way, and the radiological quality meets the requirements for diagnostic validity. Furthermore, hospitals and radiological institutes can carry out low-dose CT studies as standard, integrate PixelShine in post-processing and thus achieve consistently high image quality.
CT studies of any CT scanner age and vendor
Low-dose chest CT. Original image with 80kVp, 12 mAs, radiation dose 0.4 mGy, slice thickness 0.9 mm (bottom left). Processing with Pixelshine (right).