Intrasense Vendor's profile
Medical imaging software
Specialized in medical imaging software, Intrasense was founded in 2004 and has quickly become an international reference player in its field. Indeed, with more than 70 employees present on the 5 continents, Intrasense has built an international distribution network, encompassing more than 35 countries such as BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, China).
Intrasense designs, develops and markets Myrian®, a unique software suite for the visualization and advanced processing of multimodal medical images (MRI, CT scans, PET, X-rays, etc.). Developed with leading academic partners, Myrian® combines and uses all of the various
medical images to extract information that is vital to the patient’s care, to the rapid appraisal of the efficiency of treatment and, therefore, to assessing drug candidates in oncology and other pathologies. With over 700 client sites around the world, Myrian® has been certified as a “medical device” in over 40 countries, in the United States (FDA), Europe (CE) and Asia and is available in 12 languages.
Myrian® provides a solution to the challenges of today's health policies: it is both an important source of potential savings (screening, prognoses, assessing treatment efficacy, early diagnostic decision) and a lever for efficient patient management (decision-making assistance, scheduling, follow-up, communication).
Intrasense also offers to medical and radiology schools Myrian® ED for education. Featuring the best image processing tools for teaching radiology and anatomy, it enables technical and medical schools to create propitious learning conditions for dispensing practical work and theoretical education using professional medical images. It also empowers them to enhance learning conditions thanks to dedicated and interactive computer configurations.
Intrasense SA is listed on NYSE Alternext (FR0011179886 – ALINS).http://www.intrasense.fr
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