AI-driven software to predict and prevent complications after heart surgery

Welcome to x-cardiac.

We are your experts for clinical decision support on cardiac intensive care units. With our products, you can extend your hospital database system with a layer of clinically meaningful information

Why? Because this helps you to profit from improved outcomes, reduce overall costs and lift the unused data treasure.

100% interoperable

x-cardiac products integrate seamlessly into your hospital IT system.

Clinically validated

We develop algorithms that proved their superior performance in clinical studies.

Real-time prediction

x-cardiac detects complications right from the patient’s ICU admission allowing for rapid intervention.

We can support you with predicting these indications:

Post-Operative Bleeding

x-c-bleeding tackles major postoperative bleeding, the key component “Deadly Triad of Cardiac Surgery”.

Renal Injury/ SEPSIS (coming soon)

x-c-renal-injury targets on early detection of sepsis, the decisive factor for the successful treatment. Real time prediction is given highest priority at x-cardiac.

Our DNA: Scientifically proven Through and Through

Science is in our genes. Not only was x-cardiac co-founded by two of the leading scientist in the field of clinical application of AI. We also stay true to the promise of science, that is: 'Science goes with evidence'. Right from the start, we have maintained close professional and personal contacts to our clinical research partners like the German Heart Center Berlin (DHZB) and the Charité Berlin. Together we continue to improve the standard - precisely tailored to our customers' needs.

our clinical study published in the lancet
Our clinical study published in nature

x-cardiac on TV

The basic idea behind x-cardiac explained in this 5-minute TV report by the German TV station SWR (audio in German).

Source: aus der Sendung vom Do, 2.5.2019 22:00 Uhr, odysso - Wissen im SWR, SWR Fernsehen. Autor/in: Dirk Beppler für SWR Odysso. Online: Rebecca Müller-Hocke. Link zur Seite des SWR.

x-cardiac on the news