2022 CNS Annual MeetingOctober 10-12 in San Francisco
Stop by and see us at Booth #509
How do you know who to treat and who to transfer?
And how quickly can you make those decisions?
When patients enter your facility with stroke symptoms, every second counts. Unfortunately, diagnostic inefficiencies can cost valuable time that can negatively impact patient outcomes. Making faster and better-informed triage decisions is mission-critical.
Unnecessary transfers are costly, force your facility to lose treatment revenue, and can negatively impact patient outcomes. Furthermore, travel distances can place extra stress and financial strain on patients’ families. But, when you have access to faster and more accurate data, you can provide potentially life-saving initial acute care — and ensure you’re not transferring patients you and your team can treat.
Hospitals without local stroke expertise available 24x7 should explore building relationships with stroke centers to facilitate more timely evaluation, decision-making and treatment. Many hospitals have found telehealth solutions for image interpretation or clinical evaluation critical to building successful acute stroke teams.
Of course, it takes more than just the right technology to drive better patient outcomes — you also need to develop the right processes.
The most advanced and only clinically proven software platform for cerebrovascular disorders, our artificial intelligence-based Rapid® platform empowers clinicians to make faster, more accurate treatment decisions for stroke patients.
Powered by leading-edge AI technology, Rapid ICH quickly triages NCCT cases and automatically notifies clinicians of possible intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) in three minutes or less.
This technology automatically processes CTA scans and assesses regions of reduced blood flow to identify, locate, and notify stroke teams in the event of an LVO or distal occlusion.
The only clinically validated software with an FDA indication to aid in the selection of patients for acute stroke therapy, Rapid CTP quickly equips physicians with quantified and color-coded CT perfusion maps to enable faster clinical decisions.
Based on the Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score (ASPECTS), Rapid ASPECTS uses validated machine-learning to automatically identify regions of the brain and scores to help physicians quickly assess areas of irreversible injury on non-contrast CT (NCCT) scans.
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This technology helps hospitals improve patient outcomes while increasing operational efficiencies. The Rapid Mobile App gives stroke team members fast access to results and an easy way to align on patient care.
Rapid U is an advanced role-based training and certification program for the RapidAI platform. It enables all members of your stroke care team to use RapidAI technology effectively to positively impact patient outcomes.