Frequently Asked Questions

How can I start using the Maxwell technology in my clinic?
Maxwell MRI's prostate cancer detection and diagnosis tool is currently under development. Interested in working with Maxwell MRI to trial, validate and improve the model in a non-clinical capacity? Get in touch on +61 459 493 730 or hello@maxwellmri.com.

How does it integrate into my workflow? Maxwell integrates seamlessly with existing PACS systems and any workstation/viewer that supports DICOM-SR or DICOM Secondary Capture.

How do I view results?
Maxwell can provide results via DICOM-SR, DICOM Secondary Capture or similar formats - just like existing CAD systems. Reports can also be reviewed via a zero footprint web client, or provided in PDF form.

How long does Maxwell take to generate results?
Depending on the speed of your internet connection Maxwell can take anywhere between 10 seconds and 10 minutes.

I'm a researcher. How can I work with Maxwell?
We're always interested in hearing from researchers who are interested in collaborating with the Maxwell MRI team. Contact us to discuss more.

How secure is Maxwell?
Maxwell takes the security of customer and patient information very seriously. Our processing platform encrypts the images and results at all points throughout the process. Images can also be anonyimised or de-identified before being processed by Maxwell.

Where is data stored?
Maxwell can store and processes all images in your local health regulatory area, state or country.

Is Maxwell currently approved for clinical use?
Maxwell is currently working through the approval process with local regulators. We are partnering with leading clinics trial Maxwell in a preclinical enivornment. Contact us to find out more.

Why is prostate important?
In the western world prostate is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer related deaths. Current methods of prostate cancer screening and diagnosis such as the PSA test or TRUSGB have been shown to be ineffective or are expensive and uncomfortable. Multi-parametric MRI (mpMRI) has emerged as alternative for prostate cancer screening - and is fast gathering support as the preferred method.

Can you apply your technology to other cancers?
Prostate is only the first of many models. Maxwell is also working on deep learning based diagnostic models for lung and breast cancers.

Any other questions? Let us know via hello@maxwellmri.com or on +61 459 493 730.