Miamisburg, Ohio-based Riverain Technologies is rebranding three of its chest x-ray software applications. The company is pinning this announcement to the annual meeting of the Society of Thoracic Radiology this week.
The Riverain SoftView application, which enhances standard x-ray images for the purposes of detecting lung nodules, will now be known as ClearRead Bone Suppression.
ClearRead +Detect is the new name of Riverain OnGuard computer-aided detection software, “which circles potential lung nodules on a bone-suppressed X-ray image for further evaluation by a radiologist,” according to a Riverain press release.
Finally, Riverain DeltaView software will become ClearRead +Compare, an application that “electronically aligns two chest X-ray images taken on the same patient at different times, creating a subtraction image [that]…accentuates changes over time,” according to the same release.