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REMEDI and Invencer Health to Bring AI-Based Handheld X-Ray Device REMEX KA-6 to India 

Written by : Jayati Dubey

September 15, 2023

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This innovative device promises to deliver top-tier imaging quality and incorporates adjustable settings, low-dose imaging capabilities, and a lightweight, compact design. These features collectively render it an optimal tool for detailed and accurate diagnoses. 

REMEDI, a Korean research and radiology device company, has introduced their latest product, REMEX KA-6, in India with the aim to provide doorstep accessibility to healthcare while improving the patient experience.  

Known for their expertise in radiology solutions, REMEDI has unveiled REMEX KA-6, a handheld X-ray device that promises to redefine medical imaging.  

According to the company, this innovative device not only offers high-quality imaging but also boasts variable settings, low-dose imaging capabilities, and a lightweight, compact design, making it the ideal tool for swift and precise diagnoses. 

Rena Lee, the CEO of REMEDI, and Dr. Kaushal Mehta, CMO of REMEDI, have expressed their excitement about introducing REMEX KA-6 to the Indian healthcare landscape. They consider it a game-changer in the field of radiology.  

Emphasising India's significant role as a trade partner to Korea, they are committed to enhancing healthcare delivery in India. Currently, discussions are underway with Invencer Health, and a collaboration announcement is expected in the near future. 

Anudesh Goyal, CEO of Invencer Health, also commented on the partnership, saying, "We are excited to join forces with REMEDI to launch REMEX KA-6 in India. This innovative device aligns seamlessly with Invencer Health's mission to provide innovative and accessible healthcare solutions to the Indian market." 

With REMEX KA-6, the company believes India can anticipate a significant leap forward in healthcare accessibility and diagnostic accuracy. This cutting-edge X-ray device holds the potential to benefit both patients and healthcare providers by enabling quicker and more precise diagnoses. 

Many more such collaborations for technological advancements have been happening in the field of radiology.  

In May this year, InHealth, a healthcare organisation in the UK, teamed up with, an Indian AI solution provider, to implement advanced technology for chest x-ray classification.'s qXR AI solution, which received EU MDR CE Class IIb certification, was deployed across InHealth's telereporting division. This aims to support radiologists in interpreting scans accurately and efficiently.  

In another development, Telerad Group, a remote radiology service provider, established a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) in Bengaluru, intending to enhance the accuracy and effectiveness of diagnoses for strokes and head injuries. 

This includes using NeuralAssist, a software tool that is rooted in deep learning and powered by AI. NeuralAssist's purpose is to analyse CT scans of the head. Additionally, they leverage RADSpa, an AI-infused radiology workflow platform that seamlessly integrates a Radiology Information System-Picture Archiving and Communication System (RIS-PACS). 


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