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RapidAI™ has the most advanced cerebrovascular imaging platform available. We’re continuing to redefine stroke care and help healthcare professionals achieve better patient outcomes.

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CTV NEWS TORONTO/October 29, 2019

Hamilton hospital uses AI to help stroke victims

A 77-year-old stroke patient received life saving treatment at Hamilton Health Sciences where physicians are using the Rapid stroke imaging platform. Learn More
THE BALTIMORE SUN / October 18, 2019

Rapid data, rapid results

GENERAL HOSPITAL OF PHU THO / October 2, 2019

Artificial intelligence for stroke has been first implemented in Vietnam

NBC WDTN - DAYTON, OH / September 30, 2019

Miami Valley Hospital is first to integrate Rapid with the Pulsara communication app

PREMIER HEALTH / September 25, 2019

Miami Valley Hospital First in World to Integrate Two Stroke Technologies

LEESBURG REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER / June 7, 2019

Local Hospitals Utilize iSchemaView Rapid Imaging Platform, Supporting Expanded Treatment Window Guidelines for Stroke Patients

NEURO NEWS / May 31, 2019

Rapid imaging platform expands options for speedy stroke treatment at Atlantic Health System Neuroscience

CBS 6 WTVR - RICHMOND / May 7, 2019

How Rapid technology helped save woman who had stroke driving home from church

CBS 58 WDJT - MILWAUKEE / March 8, 2019

Milwaukee woman saved by new stroke technology

KETTERING HEALTH NETWORK / February 20, 2019

Kettering Health Network Uses Artificial Intelligence to Benefit Stroke Patients

EMOL / December 11, 2018

Rapid is featured as revolutionary technology by Chile's largest daily newspaper, El Mercurio.

MDEDGE NEWS / November 1, 2018

CT Opens Extended Window for Stroke Thrombolysis

ALLEGHENY HEALTH NETWORK / August 27, 2018

Stroke Survivor Credits Life-changing Rapid Software

BUSINESS WIRE / May 15, 2018

iSchemaView Introduces Rapid™ ASPECTS

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGES / May 14, 2018

Rethinking the Six-Hour Rule for Stroke Victims

STANFORD HEALTH CARE / May 11, 2018

Young Woman Survives Massive Stroke as a Result of Stanford Stroke Study

NEURONEWS INTERNATIONAL / April 13, 2018

DEFUSE 3 Shows Favourable Outcomes for Late-window Patients and Triggers Expanded Guidelines for Treatment Eligibility

STANFORD HEALTH CARE / February 22, 2018

Technology Developed at Stanford Allows for Treatment up to 24 Hours After Stroke

JOHNSTON-WILLIS HOSPITAL / February 19, 2018

New Technology at Johnston-Willis Hospital Allows Doctors to Expand Stroke Treatment Window from 6 to 24 hours

AHA STROKE JOURNAL / February 9, 2018

Dr. Greg Albers on DEFUSE 3 and its Implications for Systems of Stroke Care in the U.S.

AUSTIN-AMERICAN STATESMAN / January 31, 2018

New Technology Allows Doctors to Reverse Stroke Damage Hours Later

STANFORD MEDICINE / January 24, 2018

Stanford-led Clinical Trial Shows Broader Benefits of Acute-stroke Therapy

THE WASHINGTON POST / January 24, 2018

New Research will Radically Change Response to Strokes

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NEWS / January 24, 2018

Brain-scan Guided Emergency Stroke Treatment Can Save More Lives

BARWON HEALTH / January 20, 2018

Rapid: Revolutionary Stroke Scan Software

NEURONEWS INTERNATIONAL NEWS / September 14, 2017

DEFUSE 3 Terminated Early with High Likelihood of Benefit in the Endovascular Group

9NEWS DENVER (NBC) / October 28, 2016

New Technology to Treat Strokes Debuts in Colorado

LOCAL 10 NEWS / May 6, 2016

iSchemaView Rapid for Stroke at Memorial Regional

STANFORD HEALTH CARE / April 20, 2015

Stanford Pioneers New Brain Imaging to Improve Stroke Care