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 Automated Artificial Intelligence generating Patient-Specific dynamic 3D cardiac models

These models are key to personalized digital analysis. 

MYOCARDIAK is dedicated to reducing the burden on the healthcare system, while lowering cost through the use of personalized digital cardiac models.


CURENT PROTOCOLS  We work with current MRI and CT clinical protocols - there is no change in the workflow.

PATIENT-SPECIFIC  From the clinical images, we build a patient-specific cardiac digital twin using Artificial Intelligence.

BIOPHYSIOLOGICAL  We extract the biophysiological features from the patient-specific models,

DEEP LEARNING  We harness the power of Deep Learning to analyze the geometrical 3D models along with the biophysiological features to report established clinical metrics relating to population data.  


CLINICAL USE  Clinical metrics extracted from the models, aid in the clinical decision making.

Automatic inspection, AI segmentation, artefacts correction, and generation of 3D/4D models

Our Pipeline

Clinical metrics are extracted automatically from the digital models allowing for easy clinical analysis

Clinicians upload anonymized MRI or CT images 

Models are returned along with the computed metrics. Clinicians can check the outputs on their desktop or mobile


Clinicians gain advanced information on patient's personalized morphology and clinical metrics, aiding the decision making process

Considerable time is saved through our automated approach, allowing for a higher throughput of patients, in a smarter way

Treatment evaluation can be performed using the models allowing for a cost-effective assessment of the treatment plan  

Identification of individuals more prone to benefit from cardiac rehabilitation programs can be obtained from individuals' computed health outcomes



- Currently only for use for Investigational and Research Purposes -

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Personalised 3D and 4D (Dynamic 3D) anatomical models



Clinical measurements extracted from the digital models

By 2035, 8 million adults living in the United States will have heart failure, costing a projected $1 trillion*

*American Heart Association

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