Meet RETINA-AI Galaxy
Artificial Intelligence for Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in working age adults. But it can be prevented with early detection and treatment. We are using deep learning to automatically detect more than mild diabetic retinopathy (mtmDR) and vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy (vtDR).
How Galaxy works
A trained medical assistant takes images of patient’s retina (two per eye).
Galaxy analyzes images for markers that indicate disease. Provides results in less than 3 sec.
Output diagnosis report. Results are either: No disease detected, retest in 12 months or disease detected, refer to an eyecare professional.
Most technologically advanced.
We are the first and only to have multi-camera compatibility with 5 different cameras.
Galaxy is for use with the DRSPlus (a robotic camera). The DRSplus is a favorite amongst clinic staff. It’s the highest performing and most technologically advanced option.
A robotic camera has no joystick, so no manual human-adjustments are needed. The camera will adjust itself until it finds the patient’s eye. This makes training very easy for any Medical Assistant to quickly learn how to conduct an exam.
No previous eyecare-specific specialty training is required. Whereas non-robotic (joystick) cameras require much more adjustment from a human operator, can be more error prone, and can take longer to train your staff.
Easy Training for Anyone in the Clinic
Designed for intentional ease of use. Any operator, with no specialized skills, can be trained in a short amount of time
- Operators could be Medical Assistants, Nursing Assistants, or Nurses, etc.
- Short amount of training and very easy to use.
- Don’t need any prior ophthalmic experience.
A report that everyone can understand
Galaxy provides an easy-to-read, and actionable report with follow-up timelines and referrals based on the Preferred Practice Pattern of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO).
We are experts
Our team is made up of healthcare experts from: