Southfield Company Develops AI-Powered Heart Scanner to Save Lives

Corazon Imaging, a Southfield-based company, has developed an AI-powered heart scanner that aims to save lives. The scanner uses artificial intelligence to detect heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions. The company’s founder, Dr. Mehana, was inspired to create the scanner after his brother Joe died of a heart attack. The scanner is available at several locations in Michigan, and Dr. Mehana hopes to expand its availability to other states.

Corazon Imaging’s heart scanner uses artificial intelligence to detect heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions. The scanner is non-invasive and can detect heart disease in its early stages, allowing for early intervention and treatment. The scanner is available at several locations in Michigan, and Dr. Mehana hopes to expand its availability to other states.

Dr. Mehana was inspired to create the heart scanner after his brother Joe died of a heart attack. He wanted to create a tool that could help detect heart disease early and save lives. “You know with my personal story and my brother Joe, I always wanted to make this happen in the state of Michigan. And I was sold, this is where my path is going to take me to save a life every day,” said Mehana.

Dr. Mehana says anyone can develop heart disease at any age, including those leading an active lifestyle. Since prevention is better than cure, he advises people to ask their doctor for heart exams. Early detection of heart disease can save lives and prevent serious complications.

Corazon Imaging’s AI-powered heart scanner aims to save lives by detecting heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions in their early stages. The scanner is available at several locations in Michigan, and Dr. Mehana hopes to expand its availability to other states. Early detection of heart disease is crucial for preventing serious complications and saving lives.