Median Technologies announces completion of the Q-submission phase with the FDA for its iBiopsy® Lung Cancer Screening CADe/CADx Software as Medical Device

Sophia-Antipolis, France

Press release – For immediate release – 5:45 pm CET

Median Technologies announces completion of the Q-submission phase with the FDA for its iBiopsy® Lung Cancer Screening CADe/CADx Software as Medical Device

  • The Q-submission phase was initiated on May 2, 2022 with the FDA.
  • The Q-submission phase aims at clarifying and implementing the FDA’s expectations on key topics including pivotal study protocols.
  • Further to the Q-submission phase completion, Median’s iBiopsy® LCS CADe/CADx SaMD pivotal study protocols are now finalized and ready for study execution.
  • Median Technologies aims at starting the execution of the iBiopsy® LCS CADe/CADx SaMD pivotal studies by the end of Q2, 2023 and obtaining 510(k) clearance in the first half of 2024.

Median Technologies (ALMDT) announces today that the Company has received feedback from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding the Q-submission phase initiated on May 2, 2022 for its iBiopsy® Lung Cancer Screening (LCS) AI/ML tech-based CADe/CADx[1] Software as Medical Device (SaMD) and announces completion of this phase.

The Q-submission phase is a major regulatory step which allows regular and in-depth discussions with the FDA on key topics such as pivotal study protocols. Further to this Q-submission phase, Median’s SaMD is better tailored to fit the FDA’s expectations and market needs.

As next steps, Median Technologies, having finalized its pivotal study protocols, is now getting ready for pivotal study execution by the end of Q2 2023, as planned, once all imaging and clinical data collection and preparation as well as reader training are completed. Likewise, Median still targets obtaining the FDA 510(k) clearance for its iBiopsy® LCS CADe/CADx SaMD in the first half of 2024, subject to FDA review requirements.

The Q-submission phase allowed us to have frequent and fruitful interactions with the Agency in order to better tailor our medical device software to the US market”, Fredrik Brag, CEO and Founder of Median Technologies said. “But more than that, we had the opportunity to present to the FDA the vision we have for our product, the cutting edge performance we aim for, and our ambition to change the paradigm in the early diagnosis of lung cancer patients”, Brag added.

About iBiopsy®: iBiopsy® is based on the most advanced technologies in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science (DS), benefiting from Median’s expertise in medical image processing. iBiopsy® targets the development of  AI/ML tech-based Software of Medical Devices (SaMD), to be used in several indications for which there are unmet needs regarding early diagnosis, prognosis and treatment selection in the context of precision medicine. iBiopsy® currently focuses on Lung Cancer, Liver Cancer (HCC) and Liver Disease (NAFLD/NASH).


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[1] A radiological CADe device is “intended to identify, mark, highlight or otherwise direct attention to portions of an image that may reveal abnormalities during interpretation of images by the clinician.” A CADx device is “intended to provide information beyond identifying abnormalities, such as an assessment of disease.” Source: FDA

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