Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring

cardiq suite*

Deep Learning based automated Calcium Score

  • >90%

    Concordance with CACS‑DRS classification grouping.



  • >95%

    Correct identification of the presence of coronary artery calcifications.


  • >90%

    Accurately labeled coronary artery territories.



An integrated workflow to seamlessly review calcium scoring and CCTA data

  • Deep Learning based automated Calcium Score

    • Deep Learning model automatically labels coronary artery territories.
    • Deep learning model automatically segments calcifications within the coronary artery territories and provides total and per territory scores.
    • Deep learning models were developed and trained based on a variety of clinical datasets from a global population, spanning multiple scanners types and vendors.
    • Ability to assign calcifications to individual coronary artery branches.
    • Ability to score and label calcifications found in the aorta and cardiac valves.
  • CCTA 2D Review

    • Easily transition from Calcium Scoring to CCTA review through the integrated workflow.
    • Load multi-phase data for motion analysis of chamber mobility or identification of target phase for coronary review.
    • Help evaluate coronary artery disease using oblique reference lines to generate views through the arteries.
    • Easy access to additional rendering modes (MIP, MinIP and Average) for enhanced visualization.
    • Measurement tools for distance and ROI generation.

*Not available for sale in all regions.
CardIQ Suite runs only on AWS with Enterprise Cockpit (EC) environment installed.

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  5. CAC-DRS: Coronary Artery Calcium Data and Reporting System. An expert consensus document of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT), Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2018.