Oxipit ChestEye

Oxipit ChestEye is a CE certified suite of solutions for chest X-ray radiological workflow. The tools in the suite increase reporting productivity by generating preliminary reports, allow more accurate differential diagnosis by image-based search and case retrieval, and prioritize cases with urgent conditions for faster reporting.

ChestEye CAD

Automate your reporting

ChestEye CAD is a fully automatic computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) chest X-ray solution. It provides preliminary reports (image in, report out) which then have to be approved by a radiologist. This way it enables the user to save time (internal trial shows >30% savings), increase accuracy (e.g. decrease overlooked secondary findings), optimize screening / triage, and introduce best reporting practices. The solution can be integrated with PACS/RIS/HIS/EHR infrastructure.

Example results

  • There is volume loss in both lungs. Ill defined opacities are present bilaterally.
  • A left sided pleural effusion is seen filling the costophrenic sulcus.
  • The hilar area is enlarged.
  • The mediastinum is within normal limits.
  • Central venous cathether is observed with tip at the superior vena cava.

Bilateral consolidation. Left pleural effusion.


  • Save 30% time
  • Increase reporting accuracy
  • Preliminary reports contain all the radiologically relevant information (75 findings)
  • Local or cloud deployment available
  • Applicable to chest X-ray PA and AP images
  • Able to visually localize findings (“heatmaps”)
  • High accuracy (average AUC of 93%)
  • Standard report structure
  • No additional waiting time or new user interfaces

Would you like to explore ChestEye results on your data sample? Please get in touch with us, we would be happy to run your sample!

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ChestEye Queue

Automatically manage reporting backlog

ChestEye Queue is a radiological queue management and patient prioritization solution, which automatically prioritizes chest X-rays of potentially unhealthy patients inviting urgent specialist attention. By doing so it reduces time-to-treatment for time sensitive conditions such as pericardial effusion, pneumothorax, catheter or intubation malposition. The solution integrates with RIS/HIS/EHR infrastructure.


  • Better prioritize the reporting backlog
  • Meet timing targets in a screening situation
  • Report on patients with likely acute conditions first
  • No additional waiting time or new user interfaces

Are you experiencing a backlog of chest X-rays? We would be happy to prioritize a sample of it for you.

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Supported Findings

  1. Linear Atelectasis
  2. Lobar Collapse
  3. Enlarged Heart
  4. Edema
  5. Pleural Effusion
  6. Loculated Effusion
  7. Fissural Thickening
  8. Bullous Emphysema
  9. Pulmonary Emphysema
  10. Subcutaneous Emphysema
  11. Consolidation
  12. Pneumothorax
  13. Tuberculosis
  14. Hypoventilation
  15. Lymphadenopathy
  16. Hypertension
  17. Granuloma
  18. Lymph Node Calcification
  19. Elevated Diaphragm
  20. Dislocated Mediastinum
  21. Widened Mediastinum
  22. Congestion
  23. Fibrosis
  24. Interstitial Markings
  25. Pleural Adhesion
  26. Hilar Prominence
  27. Mass
  28. Cyst
  29. Pulmonary Cavity
  30. Sarcoidosis
  31. Hernia
  32. Removed Lung
  33. Enlarged Aorta
  34. Goitre
  35. Thymus
  36. Aortic Sclerosis
  37. Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  38. Retrosternal Airspace Obliteration
  39. Pleural Thickening
  40. Pneumomediastinum
  41. Pericardial Effusion
  42. Pleural Plaque
  43. Pneumoperitoneum
  44. CV Catheter RA Placement
  45. CV Catheter SVC Placement
  46. HD Catheter RA Placement
  47. HD Catheter SVC Placement
  48. Catheter Malposition
  49. Intubation
  50. Intubation Malposition
  51. Chest Tube
  52. Sternal Wires
  53. Endovascular Stent
  54. Tracheal Stent
  55. Esophageal Stent
  56. Artificial Heart Valve
  57. Intra Aortic Balloon
  58. Ventricular Assist Device
  59. Nasogastric Tube
  60. Pacemaker
  61. Spinal Implant
  62. Azygos Lobe
  63. Gastric Bubble
  64. Bowel Gas
  65. Barium Swallow
  66. Abnormal Rib
  67. Rib Resection
  68. Spinal Compression Fracture
  69. Spinal Degenerative Changes
  70. Spondylosis
  71. Osteoporosis
  72. Kyphosis
  73. Scoliosis
  74. Ligament Ossification
  75. Spinal Enthesopathy

Does your organization have specific needs which are not yet present in this list? Please let us know, it could already be on our roadmap.

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