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Stroke

Portable MR detects brain abnormalities indicating stroke, neurological disorders
Researchers at Yale use Hyperfine system for bedside diagnostics
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Stroke admissions drop by nearly a third in early pandemic months
Could lead to repeat strokes, development of neurological disabilities
FDA gives nod to RapidAI's stroke analysis system, Rapid ASPECTS
First neuroimaging analysis system in the CADx category
Stroke assessment down by close to 40% during COVID-19
Findings raise concerns regarding risks of death or long-term disability for patients
MR/MEG hybrid scanner improves accuracy for cancer and brain disease detection
Could assess brain neurology, stroke and behavioral disorders
Mobile units speed up and shorten treatment for stroke, says study
Reduces likelihood and severity of disability and death
Reading scans on mobile devices sufficient for clinical decisions for stroke patients
Could lead to remote counseling and mobile-based telestroke services
FDA gives nod to Aidoc's AI tool for large-vessel occlusion detection
Can be offered for stroke assessment alongside Aidoc's hemorrhage AI tool
Is low dose CT the key to better identifying heart disease risk?
Intermountain Healthcare study will evaluate over 90,000 patients
Aidoc releases AI package to identify stroke
Flags vascular occlusions that result in strokes and prioritizes emergency cases
Preparing for the coming increase in stroke and physical therapy patients
As baby boomers enter their 60s patient volume will increase
Staying ahead of the value-based curve with robotics
Physical therapy is a particularly good fit for these emerging tools
University of Cincinnati awarded $3.2 million to study stroke recurrence
CT and MR images will be used to determine risk
Opening blood brain barrier, focused ultrasound is closing therapy gap
Insights from the 6th International Symposium on Focused Ultrasound
Enhancing patient results utilizing robotics and artificial intelligence
A look at how new technology is changing stroke treatment
Viz.ai to extend LVO AI-based platform beyond stroke
Using $21 million from Series A funding to do so
Chicago mobile stroke unit expands to partnering EMS areas
Equipped with a 16-slice Siemens' CT scanner