The world’s first software to detect DVT!
AutoDVT enables any healthcare professional to detect deep vein thrombosis (DVT) at the point of care in as little as 5 minutes. It uses artificial intelligence to guide the user through the current gold-standard diagnosis, a compression ultrasound examination.
Low diagnostic cost
AutoDVT removes the current slow and inefficient diagnostic pathway, making a DVT diagnosis faster and cheaper.
Point of care diagnosis
Using AutoDVT, any healthcare professional can carry out an ultrasound examination without specialist equipment enabling a diagnosis to be made at the point of care within 5-15 minutes.
Ultrasound scans can be retrospectively accessed using the cloud dashboard allowing improved safety, evidence taking and quality assurance in hospitals.
DVT Clinical Pathway
AutoDVT significantly improves and speeds up the DVT clinical pathway.
D Dimer Blood Test
Wait For Appointment
6 – 24hrs
Reduced diagnostic cost: $150 to $50.
No anti-coagulant prophylaxis needed.
Done at the point of care.
AutoDVT in Action
Nurses can quickly and accurately scan patients on arrival at A&E reducing patient wait times and removing the needs to see a specialist sonographer.
Patients can be scanned locally by their GP without specialist equipment removing the need to travel to the hospital and book multiple appointments.
In situations where patients are immobile such as post-op or in a nursing home, the portability of AutoDVT means they can be scanned right where they are.
AutoDVT can be used as a training tool allowing medical students to gain much needed practical experience carrying out ultrasound examinations.
AutoDVT as a training tool
Using AutoDVT, healthcare professionals can safely gain practical experience carrying out ultrasound examinations enabling them to reach the required competency to make a DVT diagnosis
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What Doctors say
I’m excited about this technology and can see many applications for it. For example, rehab units and nursing homes frequently have multiple patients who need venous studies. Their solution is seldom efficient, and I could see every facility like this having the system so they can check their patients whenever they want.
Steven A. Leers MD, RVT, RPVI, FSVU
Professor of Surgery UPMC Division of Vascular Surgery Medical Director, UPMC Vascular Laboratories
The burden of deep vein thrombosis is significant for the National Health Service, and one particular problem is that a DVT is suspected much more often than it is found. The potential for non-experts to perform diagnostic ultrasounds could dramatically improve DVT diagnostic pathways.
Dr David Keeling BSc MD FRCP FRCPath
Consultant Hematologist, Oxford University Hospital
Enabling nurses, GP’s, and other non-specialists to accurately diagnose DVT at the point of care would be very valuable and extremely useful for the NHS.
Dr Nicola Drake
Emergency Department at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust