Workflow optimization, increased efficiency and reduced errors in clinical trials

“It’s a paradigm shift.” This is how Prof. Ulf Teichgräber, Director of the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital Jena, describes the improvement in communication with sponsors and CROs through the use of mint Lesion™. Together, Ms. Laura Graziani, study coordinator,…

Mint Medical is now part of Brainlab AG, Munich

We are very happy to be part of the Brainlab family. We are convinced that together we will make a huge impact on the future of healthcare – and this future has already begun!   What does this mean for mint Lesion™ users? Brainlab and…

Webcast recording: A Future Vision of Data-Driven Radiology | Integrated Diagnostics

Medical imaging contributes key diagnostic information to the evidence-based therapeutic decision process. The transformation of radiological images into a digital stream of quantitative diagnostic metadata allows for systematic data integration with other sources of diagnostic data from pathology and laboratory medicine as the basis for…

Video | The Mint Mission

Join our three Sales Directors, Felix Gruler, Aditya Jayaram, and Steffen Rupp, in their discussion about Mint Medical’s mission statements and how we fill these with life. Be inspired and see how to unleash the full potential of the wealth of radiological data that is…

Press release: From images to data and with data to knowledge

The long-standing cooperation between Mint Medical GmbH, developer of the leading radiological software platform mint Lesion™ for the standardization of radiological reads and context-driven structured reports, and the LMU University Hospital Munich is being expanded in regard to clinical routine. To date, mint Lesion™ has…

Research with mint: Study evaluated response rate and safety in patients with HCC treated with DEB-TACE using 40-µm microspheres

Researchers at the University Hospital Jena analyzed the response rate and safety of superselective drug-eluting beads transarterial chemoembolization (DEB-TACE) using doxorubicin-loaded 40-μm sized microspheres in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in a recent retrospective study [1].   Conventional TACE with lipiodol emulsion is still considered…