China-developed AI, CT system used in Kenya

Zhu Shenshen
Neusoft Medical and several Kenyan hospitals have launched a system which includes CT scanning devices, a cloud imaging center and AI diagnosis capabilities.
Zhu Shenshen
China-developed AI, CT system used in Kenya
Ti Gong

Remote diagnostic meetings attended by global experts are used to fight against the coronavirus epidemic in Africa. 

A China-developed artificial intelligence system which allows remote CT-image diagnosis of coronavirus infection is now being used in Kenyan hospitals.

Neusoft Medical and Kenyan hospitals such as Kenyatta National Hospital have launched the system, which includes CT scanning devices, a cloud imaging center and AI diagnosis capabilities.

Meanwhile, Neusoft Medical is conducting remote international diagnostic meetings with radiologists from Kenya, France, United Arab Emirates and China using the company's medical imaging cloud. Radiologists from Wuhan who joined the fight against the coronavirus shared their knowledge and successful experiences with doctors at Kenyatta National Hospital and Moi Teaching & Referral Hospital.

In recent years, Neusoft Medical’s devices and services have been used in 37 hospitals in Kenya. These hospitals are able to use AI-powered systems that can help them optimize work flow and diagnose COVID-19 accurately and quickly. 

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