Vida rolls out analysis services for clinical trials

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

May 17, 2022 -- Lung imaging software developer Vida Diagnostics has introduced a suite of retrospective data analysis services for sponsors of clinical trials at this week's American Thoracic Society conference in San Francisco.

Designed to yield insights about therapeutic mechanisms of action and/or characteristics of a responder population, the new artificial intelligence (AI)-based offering enables clinical trial sponsors to utilize Vida's biomarker generation services, according to the vendor. Vida offers more than 50 biomarkers, including new chest and vascular imaging biomarkers.

Available for both prospective clinical trials and respective datasets, the new chest imaging biomarkers include airway biomarkers for mucus plug scoring, bronchiectasis scoring, and total airway count, according to the vendor. Other new functional chest imaging biomarkers include respiratory airflow dynamics and ventilation defect probability mapping. Vida has also incorporated coronary artery calcium score as a new vascular biomarker.


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