ReVISION

Better technology has unlocked new and better ways of practicing cardiology with each new generation of device. Recently, 3D echocardiography revolutionized the assessment of cardiac structure and function. ReVISION is a new software technique that builds on 3D echo to better characterize right ventricular function, and the function of the entire cardiopulmonary system.

3D echocardiography-derived metrics, such as right ventricular ejection fraction (RVEF - the global measure of pump function), have been shown to be clearly superior to conventional echocardiographic measures of RV function in the prediction of adverse clinical outcomes (1) and RVEF's added value is independent of LV function (2).

Despite RVEF's power, cardiologists still experience adverse clinical events and progression of the disease course in their clinical practice even in patients with good RVEF values. This is true in pulmonary hypertension patients, patients undergoing different cardiac interventions, congenital heart disease patients, and those who have only subtle segmental dysfunction.

RVEF describes the global function of the right ventricle, but the pattern of RV contraction can change significantly despite unchanged global function (3,4). These underlying mechanical changes hold important diagnostic and prognostic information in a variety of cardiopulmonary diseases.

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ReVISION is the only clinical solution available to measure the longitudinal, radial and anteroposterior components of RV wall motion and also to provide segmental information based on 3D echocardiographic models.

The developers of the ReVISION method are practicing cardiologists and computer scientists. ReVISION has won numerous innovation prizes and was successfully applied in different medical domains like cardiothoracic anesthesia, intensive care, pediatrics, and more. ReVISION is now available for researchers, and the FDA is reviewing its application for use in clinical practice.

To try ReVISION for yourself, click to see how ReVISION provides a comprehensive and quantified view of RV function.

Pricing Plans

Basic Research

$700 / month

or

$7000 / year

User accounts that can run analyses and export data: up to 3
  • Supports 1 project with a single combined dataset

  • Supports export of analysis results in table format

  • ReVISION features enabled: all

  • Included raw 3D echo DICOM uploads per month: 12 Each additional raw 3D echo DICOM upload: $30 USD

  • Delivery: software as a service via revision.arguscognitive.com

Clinical Trial

$4000 / month

or

$40000 / year

User accounts that can run analyses and export data: unlimited
  • Supports 1 project with a single combined dataset

  • Supports export of analysis results in table format

  • ReVISION features enabled: all

  • Included raw 3D echo DICOM uploads per month: 100 Each additional raw 3D echo DICOM upload: $30 USD

  • Delivery: software as a service via revision.arguscognitive.com

References

[1] Sayour A, Tokodi M, Celeng C, Takx R, Fábián A, Lakatos B, Friebel R, Surkova E, Merkely B, Kovács A. Superior prognostic value of three-dimensional echocardiography-derived right ventricular ejection fraction: a meta-analysis. medRxiv (pre-print); doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.06.02.22275907

[2] Surkova E, Muraru D, Genovese D, Aruta P, Palermo C, Badano LP. Relative Prognostic Importance of Left and Right Ventricular Ejection Fraction in Patients With Cardiac Diseases. J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2019 Nov;32(11):1407-1415.e3. doi: 10.1016/j.echo.2019.06.009. Epub 2019 Aug 7. PMID: 31400846.

[3] Tokodi M, Németh E, Lakatos BK, Kispál E, Tősér Z, Staub L, Rácz K, Soltész Á, Szigeti S, Varga T, Gál J, Merkely B, Kovács A. Right ventricular mechanical pattern in patients undergoing mitral valve surgery: a predictor of post-operative dysfunction? ESC Heart Fail. 2020 Jun;7(3):1246-1256. doi: 10.1002/ehf2.12682. Epub 2020 Mar 26. PMID: 32220010; PMCID: PMC7261576.

[4] Surkova E, Kovács A, Tokodi M, Lakatos BK, Merkely B, Muraru D, Ruocco A, Parati G, Badano LP. Contraction Patterns of the Right Ventricle Associated with Different Degrees of Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction. Circ Cardiovasc Imaging. 2021 Oct;14(10):e012774. doi: 10.1161/CIRCIMAGING.121.012774. Epub 2021 Sep 30. PMID: 34587749; PMCID: PMC8522626.