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AI Technology Tool For Speedy Stroke Recovery: Little-Known Secrets

AI Technology Tool For Speedy Stroke Recovery: Little-Known

Every day the world wakes up to exhilarating discoveries of how AI technology is solving problems for mankind.

Another dimension of the Artificial Technology (AI) tool is its use for administering speedy recovery for stroke patients.

This is indeed cheery news considering the ravaging effects of the stroke disorder.

For example, recent AI administration in England has helped achieve a triple recovery effect on stroke patients.

What Exactly is Stroke?

A stroke is said to occur when the blood supply to the brain is blocked.

This condition is known as an ischemic stroke. A stroke is also recognized in a patient when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures, and this is also known as a haemorrhagic stroke.

In either type, brain cells are caused to die or become damaged.

This situation demands for a quick treatment response if the patient is to stand a better chance of recovery.

The Brainomix e-Stroke

By employing the Brainomix e-Stroke system technology (an AI tool) in several stroke networks, the time between diagnosis and treatment was reduced drastically.

For extremely time-critical health revamping scenarios, this is a considerable window of time for 'miracles' to happen.

It is on record that in England alone, over 111,000 suspected stroke patients have benefited from the system across five stroke networks.

According to NHS England Director of Transformation, Dr Timothy Ferris, “Every minute saved during the initial hospital assessment of people with stroke-like symptoms can dramatically improve a patient’s chance of leaving hospital in good health.”

Considering how a stroke disorder deals deadly blows to individuals lately, there is no better time to have this solution.

How AI Helps Stem the Stroke Tide Through Effective and Fast Reading of Brain Scans

The Brainomix e-Stroke tool is capable of transmitting brain diagnostic results remotely or electronically to specialists in dispersed locations from where e-treatments are also possible.

Thus, using AI, the system will simply diagnose and determine the best treatment for stroke patients and thereby provide real-time decision support that is useful in the interpretation of brain scans.

When the scan and image results are remotely and securely shown to stroke specialists, they are able to conduct their jobs efficiently.

Ultimately, they will support other hospitals in delivering diagnoses and treatments.

These specialists can come from all parts of the stroke pathway.

Consequently, more and more people who suffer from a stroke can now receive specialist care.

This can range from pre-hospital to hospital discharge and as well to aftercare.

Each year, approximately 85,000 people in England alone are affected by strokes each year.

Globally, the number of stroke cases is put at approximately 17 million, according to reports from Safe Stroke EU.


Testimony from a Stroke Patient: Evidence of Strong Hope for Stroke Cases Globally

Carol Wilson was a critical stroke patient who was taken to the hospital in 2021.

She got quickly diagnosed and recommended for a thrombectomy, the surgical removal of a blood clot.

“This technology is just amazing. I was able to sit up and text my family later that day and was back at home and able to walk around two days after having a stroke,” she said.

“I often think about how lucky I am to have made the recovery.

"I have to be able to go back to work and spend time with my grandchildren, especially when you consider not everyone who has a stroke has such a good outcome", she added.

Last year, Brainomix e-Stroke was awarded a national tender in Hungary, for rollout across all the stroke centres in the country.

This five-year program was to be funded by the EU4Health scheme and was the first time a single-stroke AI imaging platform was deployed across an entire country.

In Summary

The era of looking helplessly at a stroke patient around one is now over thanks to the Brainomix e-Stroke AI tool.

If this device is made available at every major health centre, citizens are better off and productivity will rise again globally.

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