A Canadian Heart Institute to Receive Ventripoint VMS+ 3.0
Whole-Heart Analysis System
Toronto, Ontario, July 16, 2019 – Ventripoint Diagnostics Ltd. (“Ventripoint” or the
“Company”, TSXV:VPT, OTCQB:VPTDF) is pleased to announce that a Canadian Heart
Institute has ordered a VMS+ 3.0 complete heart analysis system for the assessment of
“We are delighted to have a leading Canadian heart institute for adult patients acquiring
the VMS+ 3.0 just a few days after receiving the Health Canada license for its use in
Canada,” noted Dr. George Adams, Ventripoint’s CEO.
The VMS+ 3.0 system uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to provide a streamlined approach
for volumetric measurements and ejection fractions for all 4 chambers of the heart from
standard 2D echo images. It is also the only approved way to generate substantially
equivalent results to the gold standard MRI.
The VMS+ 3.0 system is now commercially available in Canada and Europe. The
system is for investigational use in the United States and pending pre-market 510K
clearance by the FDA.
About Ventripoint Diagnostics Ltd.
Ventripoint’s technology is a leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) approach known as Knowledge-Based Reconstruction (KBR), used to create applications to monitor heart disease, a leading cause of death worldwide. The VMS+ is the first cost-effective and accurate AI tool for measuring whole heart function using conventional ultrasound. The Company has developed a suite of applications for all major heart diseases and is actively commercializing the approach to improve cardiac care.
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