Functional Respiratory Imaging: A New Tool? A Chat with Jan De Backer.

 

Jan de Backer is an aerospace engineer who, in concert with his respirologist father, designed an AI system that, from HRCT, can extract a ton of information about lung parenchymal, airway and vascular structure. With no contrast or anything. Just from a run-of-the-mill CT chest…

In full disclosure, I have (unfortunately!) no connection or interest in Fluidda (www.fluidda.com)  outside of a clinical one.

So I’ve been meaning to speak with Jan whose tweets about functional respiratory imaging (FRI) and the FLUIDDA technology have been really piquing my interest, but its taken me unfortunately too long to do so, but here it is. I think this is fascinating technology, which is currently available to all freely (COVID times and all…), and in my opinion clearly deserves a trial run and some clinical experiences. If you are interested, drop me a line and I will link you up with Jan De Backer.

Here is the vid:

 

Here is the audio:

 

So if you are a fan of bedside physiology and personalized medicine, be sure not to miss H&R Reloaded, which will be packed with cutting and bleeding edge talks and faculty – a lot of the stuff we’ve been talking about is not what’s currently being done, or about and I think we just might have to add a talk on FRI…

3 thoughts on “Functional Respiratory Imaging: A New Tool? A Chat with Jan De Backer.

  1. video link doesn’t seem to work and there is no link (that I can find) to the audio.

    any chance you have them?

    thanks for sharing…this looks interesting!

    On Sat, Jul 4, 2020 at 8:46 AM thinking critical care wrote:

    > thinkingcriticalcare posted: ” Jan de Backer is an aerospace engineer > who, in concert with his respirologist father, designed an AI system that, > from HRCT, can extract a ton of information about lung parenchymal, airway > and vascular structure. With no contrast or anything” >

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