A New Era in Intelligent Stroke Care

Stroke is a leading cause of permanent disability, death and healthcare costs in the U.S. and globally.¹ In the U.S., someone has a stroke every 40 seconds and someone dies from a stroke every 4 minutes.¹ Treatment with IV tPA and mechanical thrombectomy are time-dependent, making early stroke identification and notification of a specialist critical.²𝄒³ 

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Identify LVOs Automatically

Artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms automatically analyze CTA images to identify suspected large vessel occlusion (LVO) strokes. 

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Notify Specialists Directly

Notifications for suspected LVOs are sent to neurologists and interventionalists who can view the patient's CTA images on a mobile device. Median time from picture to the notification is under 6 minutes.⁴ 

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Transfer Patients Promptly

Stroke specialists may initiate the transfer of patients to interventional centers through messaging and call capabilities connected with existing emergency and transportation services. 

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Treat IV tPA & Thrombectomy

Earlier involvement of stroke specialists has the potential to improve time to treatment with IV tPA and mechanical thrombectomy while ensuring only appropriate patients are transferred.

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