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Chest radiography is one of the most commonly performed imaging procedures worldwide. In many countries, it is often the first imaging tool used to assess pulmonary and cardiac conditions, and demand for it has increased. Although essential, its interpretation remains complex. Subtle nuances, shadowing of structures and tissue superimposition can sometimes lead to misdiagnosis. In a medical context where the number of X-rays to be analyzed is colossal, and radiologists face increasing pressure to interpret quickly and accurately, technological help can make all the difference.

Using advanced deep learning technology, our SmartChest solution is designed for the USA to accurately analyze pleural effusions and pneumothorax on chest X-rays. This technology supports radiologists by providing in-depth, visually verifiable analyses.

Pending 510(k) clearance, not available for sale within the United States.

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Pleural effusion | Pneumothorax


SmartChest is designed to help healthcare professionals analyze radiological images. Clinical evaluation and final diagnosis are based solely on the expertise of the healthcare professional.

Pending 510(k) clearance, not available for sale within the United States.

For all information on the use and characteristics of the product, please read the user guide available on request in the Contact section of the site.


Milvue standardizes practices to simplify the daily work of radiologists:

  • Easy-to-implement decision support solutions to boost productivity ;
  • Streamlined interaction for enhanced collaborative intelligence ;
  • Timesaving for even better patient care.


Commercially Available Chest Radiograph AI Tools for Detecting Airspace Disease, Pneumothorax, and Pleural Effusion.


Authors : Louis Lind Plesner , Felix C. Müller, Mathias W. Brejnebøl, Lene C. Laustrup, Finn Rasmussen, Olav W. Nielsen, Mikael Boesen, Michael Brun Andersen.
Publication : September | Radiology.

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TechCare Solutions are still in the process of being approved in the USA, but are already in use around the world, from Latin America to the Middle East, via Europe.

They cover emergency, adult and pediatric, MSK and thoracic radiography, and include anatomical, spine and EOS measurements.

Find out more HERE.



Expert, committed and bold, we work with people who share our values. Discover the opinions of these professionals who have chosen Milvue solutions!

Dr Bassem Marghany

This impressive AI solution accurately identifies fractures and several chest X-ray findings, particularly the tricky ones, which helps improve our team’s confidence in making decisions. With the generated results timely and conveniently displayed on our reading stations, ‘SmartUrgences AI’ acts as an efficient 2nd reader.

Dr Bassem Marghany
International Radiology Center
Sharjah, UAE
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témoignages _ Dr Susan S.Shelmerdine

“I had the pleasure of trailing the Milvue Smarturgences® tool in my academic research for chest and musculoskeletal radiograph interpretation. I found the tool very user-friendly, easy to interpret and provided an instant automated result.”

Dr Suzan S. Shelmerdine
Consultant Paediatric Radiologist
London, UK
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“The introduction of this new tool was simple and natural. The adoption of AI was made easy through its seamless and intuitive integration into our daily workflow. All team members quickly embraced the Milvue Suite.”

Drs Brandouy and Hummel
Limoges, France
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“An innovative solution that addresses a security need by enhancing physicians’ capabilities.”

Dr Arnaud Berthier
GHT Haut Bugey
Bourg-en-Bresse, France
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Profil Picture of Dr Andreani

“The Milvue Solution is a comprehensive and user-friendly solution that enhances analytical capacity while ensuring secure diagnostics. The intelligent management of multiple pathologies within a single solution is a significant advantage because, in many cases, detecting fractures alone is not sufficient. It has become an essential assistant today for handling the continuous flow of X-rays.”

Dr Olivier Andréani
Riviera Imagerie
Nice, France
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