MuscleSound Validation

MuscleSound’s technology has been validated by Duke University Medical Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Appalachian State University and other leading medical centers.

Case Studies and Papers

We believe our one-of-a-kind clinical decision-making software is a new standard of care. Others do as well. Below are validation case studies and validation papers that confirm the importance and impactfulness of MuscleSound’s technology.

Validation Case Study

Prehab at Duke University Medical Center

WHO: 63-year-old female with bladder cancer

WHAT: Prepare for surgical stress by improving nutrition and fitness

OUTCOME: By improving overall nutrition and fitness, and guiding and tracking these changes via MuscleSound, the patient was able to increase several key health indicators, ultimately decreasing their mortality rate by 13%.

Duke University Medical Center Validation

98% Correlation: MuscleSound vs. CT Scans

The above images are examples of muscle quality and muscle mass evaluations taken at Duke University Medical Center via CT scan (top images) and MuscleSound’s ultrasound analytics software (bottom images). The assessments were performed at the same time on three separate patients. Duke University Medical Center showed a 98% initial validation for muscle quality between MuscleSound and gold-standard CT scan.

Validation Papers

Proof that technology and associated assessments work is key in any industry, especially healthcare. Below are a variety validation papers that confirm the importance of muscle health and how MuscleSound can improve patient outcomes. Click to enlarge, download and read the full articles (PDF).

Objective Malnutrition Diagnosis and Personalised Nutrition Delivery in the ICU

Novel approaches to metabolic assessment and structured exercise to promote recovery in ICU survivors

The malnourished surgery patient: a silent epidemic in perioperative outcomes?

Winning the war against ICU-acquired weakness: new innovations in nutrition and exercise physiology

Validation of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound to Assess and Quantify Muscle Glycogen Content. A Novel Approach

Ultrasonic assessment of exercise-induced change in skeletal muscle glycogen content

Validation of Point-of-Care Ultrasound to Measure Perioperative Edema in Infants With Congenital Heart Disease

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“MuscleSound image analysis uses proprietary software to identify muscle and fat boundaries, and analyze muscle composition using principles and calibration equations and algorithms. The technology has been extensively used in healthy individuals, elite athletes and critically ill patients, in whom temporal changes in muscle composition, including intramuscular glycogen content, have been described and validated by muscle biopsies.”

– Dr. John Whittle, University College London Hospitals

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