iTFlow®2

iTFlow™2 is a software designed to analyze and visualize blood flow by using 4D Flow MRI images on your own. It is based on fluid dynamics theorem and advanced computer technology. This software reads images taken by phase-contrast cine MRI without contrast agency, and offers to visualize the data in 2D or 3D, in addition to its hemodynamics parameters.

Features of iTFlow™2

  • Heart motion tracking
    iTFlow embed various tools to help you segment several zone and work on it very precisely with heart motion tracking.
  • 3D View
    3D View
    In addition to the 2D view, iTFlow has a 3D view that allows you to work on tricky parts.
    The 3D view allows you to see an animation of the blood flow and come with additional tools.
  • User friendly interface
    User friendly interface
    Unlike most of medical software, iTFlow has a comprehensive user interface with a ribbon like Microsoft Office.
    This will help you to fast up your workflow.
  • Configurable display
    Configurable display
    With iTFlow, you can display only the information you need to focus on what is important.
    Show or hide some layers, the whole 2D or 3D view and even the ribbon!
    You can also select light or dark theme according to your tastes.
  • Export your work
    Export your work
    When your work is done, you can export it to STL, video, picture or DICOM file to connect easily with other software.
    You can also export the measurement result to a CSV file.

Visualized Parameters

  • Energy Loss
    Energy loss
    iTFlow provides precise flow energy loss, a parameter of the cardiac workload.
  • Wall shear stress
    Wall shear stress
    iTFlow provides WSS (wall shear stress), a mechanical stress on endothelial tissue.
  • Streamlines
    Streamlines
    The streamline are the lines representing the direction of the blood flow with flow acceleration or deceleration.
    The structure of vortex flow or flow collision can be visualized.
  • Pathlines
    Pathlines
    The pathlines are a virtual tracking of the blood particles.
    Assumed blood cell particle motion can be visualized.
  • Helicity
    Helicity
    Helicity is the local strength of the helical motion of blood flow.
  • Vorticity
    Vorticity
    Vorticity is the local strength of the spinning motion of blood flow.
  • Other measurement functions
    Other measurement functions
    Threshold, separation, tracking, angle, distance, or flow rate measurement:
    There’s much more that iTFlow can do for you. Find the one that’s right for your needs.

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Enabled Devices

iTFlow2 can be performed as vendor-free software if the MRI device can acquire 4D Flow data. Please contact us for more details.

Minimal Configuration

  • OS
    Windows10 64bit (English or Japanese)
  • Monitor
    Full HD (1920x1080)
  • Interface
    Mouse with a wheel
  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i5-9400
  • RAM
    16 GB
  • Video RAM
    1 GB

Recommended Configuration

  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i7-9700K
  • RAM
    32 GB
  • Video RAM
    4 GB

Price

  • Software License
    We have a purchased and licensing version.
    Please request a quotation from the form.
  • Contact Analysis Service
    One case
    $800
  • Pre- and postoperative
    $1,100
  • Report revision
    $120 or more / letter

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FAQs

  • Is it possible to analyze 2D Phase Contrast MRI?
    It is possible. Energy loss and flow rate are analyzed in two-dimensional units.
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of 2D Phase Contrast MRI?
    Since the analysis results are limited to 2-dimensional cross-sections, the desired analysis results cannot be obtained if the characteristic flow, for example, the central axis of the stenotic jet is not captured in the cross-section.
    On the other hand, it takes less time for acquisition.
  • What is the price of the software?
    Prices vary depending on the type of license. Please contact us to get a quote for your requirements.
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