Imageens, a French leading startup in medical technology, has been awarded the prestigious EIT Health grant for its cutting-edge solution, Artfun+. This revolutionary technology plays a pivotal role in the CMRAI project in partnership with Sorbonne University and Siemens, aiming to revolutionize precision cardiovascular medicine in aortic aneurysm through advanced MRI techniques.
Imageens’ Artfun+ solution harnesses the power of advanced MRI imaging to meticulously examine the aorta, unveiling subtle vulnerabilities that might go unnoticed by measuring precision biomarkers. With unparalleled precision, Artfun+ empowers medical professionals to make informed decisions, provide personalized care, and reshape cardiovascular medicine.
The CMRAI (Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance for Aortic Imaging) project enhances aneurysm aortic assessments, enabling early identification of high-risk patients for more effective interventions.
This game-changing recognition is not only acknowledging the ingenuity and dedication of the Imageens team but also underscores the significance of the CMRAI project in advancing healthcare and saving lives propelling the project forward and reinforcing the importance of investing in cutting-edge technologies that have the power to redefine medical practices.
The objective of the CMRAI project is to create a platform that will make it possible to define, from the first signs of the disease, an aortic aneurysm risk score for each patient, and therefore to define a personalized follow-up and management strategy.