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Non-invasive cardiac diagnostics

We have developed an innovative technology which is going to revolutionize the cardiovascular disease diagnostic approach and help to considerably mitigate the risks associated with invasive testing procedures.

Quick, safe and accurate diagnostic tool for assessing coronary artery disease severity

Detailed anatomical and functional evaluation of coronary arteries

Our technologies

Cardiolens FFR-CT Pro®

The FFR-CT-based technology developed by HEMOLENS allows for a detailed anatomical and functional evaluation of coronary arteries.

Diagnostic methods currently under development

The foundation of our testing methods is our innovative technology based on computational fluid mechanics.


Michał Sobański, MD

Department of General, Operational and Neuroradiology Radiology, University Clinical Hospital in Wroclaw, Poland

I truly believe that together with Hemolens Diagnostics we will develop a new standard that will allow us to apply the non-invasive FFR-CT diagnostic tool in patients with intermediate-risk coronary artery disease. These are patients who, considering the contraindications, would not be eligible for invasive diagnostic work-up.

Cezary Kępka, MD, PhD

National Institute of Cardiology in Anin, Poland

With FFR-CT, Hemolens Diagnostics offers a promising new technology to detect anatomically and functionally significant coronary artery stenosis on the basis of non-invasive examinations: coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) and continuous non-invasive blood pressure (CNBP) monitoring. The solution has already been CE-certified, which will allow it to pave its way into clinical practice. Methods based on measuring fractional flow reserve (FFR) from computed tomography scans of coronary arteries are recommended by international scientific associations.

Adrian Korbecki, MD

Department of General, Operational and Neuroradiology Radiology, University Clinical Hospital in Wroclaw, Poland

I became involved in the Hemolens Diagnostics project because I believe that advancements in technology can redefine the limits of existing testing procedures and provide clinical practitioners with ever more detailed insights. Non-invasive methods are the future of medicine.