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Brainomix and Visionable announce partnership to optimise UK stroke care pathway

Brainomix is set to strategically partner with Visionable, a real-time clinical collaboration platform designed to enable virtual healthcare models, in an attempt to transform...

Brainomix awarded tender to roll out AI imaging software across all...

Brainomix has announced that it has been awarded the national tender in Hungary to deploy its artificial intelligence (AI) stroke imaging software across all stroke centres...

Brainomix launches e-Stroke 11 to enhance stroke network communications and workflow

Brainomix has announced the launch of e-Stroke 11, the latest version of the company's AI-powered stroke imaging platform. According to a Brainomix press release,...

New study finds e-Stroke software shortens treatment times and improves functional...

A new study presented at the 13th World Stroke Congress (WSC 2021; 28–29 October, virtual) found that the implementation of Brainomix's e-Stroke software resulted in...
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Brainomix launches AI stroke software across Poland under POLKARD initiative

Brainomix has deployed its flagship artificial intelligence (AI)-based e-Stroke software across the majority of the largest comprehensive stroke centres in Poland, allowing the company...

Stryker partners with Brainomix for AI stroke software

Stryker has announced a new partnership with Brainomix that provides an option for European customers to purchase Brainomix’s e-Stroke software.  According to a press release...
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Brainomix achieves ‘breakthrough’ in stroke imaging with new software release

Brainomix has announced the launch of the latest version of the company's stroke imaging platform, e-Stroke Suite 10.0, which includes clot detection from non-contrast computed tomography (CT) scans and is designed to...
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Although “unperfected”, AI has the potential to accelerate and synchronise stroke...

A recently published systematic review reveals that artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly being used by major medical centres to identify large vessel occlusions (LVO)...