A New Era in Intelligent Stroke Care

Stroke is a leading cause of permanent disability, death and healthcare costs globally. In the U.S., someone has a stroke every 40 seconds, and someone dies from a stroke every 4 minutes. Early identification and intervention by a specialist are critical.

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Viz.ai LVO Stroke System

Identify LVOs Automatically

Deep learning algorithms automatically analyze CTA images to identify suspected large vessel occlusion (LVO) strokes.

Notify Specialists Directly

Notifications for suspected LVOs are sent to specialists who can view the patient's CTA images on a mobile device. Median time to the notification is under 6 minutes.1

Transfer Patients Promptly

Specialists can initiate transfers to interventional centers using the care team communication and transport optimization platform that is integrated with emergency and transportation services.

Treat with IV tPA & Thrombectomy

Earlier notifications can decrease the time to treatment by empowering specialists and physicians to intervene in acute ischemic stroke by providing IV tPA and endovascular treatment sooner.2


Viz.ai LVO Stroke System in Traditional Stroke Workflow

The Viz.ai LVO Stroke System uses deep learning artificial intelligence algorithms to analyze CTA images of the brain and notify a specialist of a suspected large vessel occlusion in parallel to the standard of care for image interpretation. 

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1 Barreira C, Bouslama M, Haussen D, Grossberg J, Baxter B, Devlin T, Frankel M, Nogueira R. ALADIN Study: Automated Large Artery Occlusion Detection IN Stroke. International Stroke Conference. 2018.

2 FDA. FDA News Release - FDA permits marketing of clinical decision support software for alerting providers of a potential stroke in patients. 2018. Retreieved from http://bit.ly/vizaifda