Aug. 4, 2017
Brainomix’s vision is to become a world leader in imaging software to support clinical decision making, for neurological and cerebrovascular diseases.
The combined specialist knowledge of Brainomix’s team of clinicians, stroke neurologists, scientists, business professionals and engineers offers unique insights to achieve this aim.
e-ASPECTS software provides a rapid and standardized assessment of stroke patients’ CT scans, supporting the fast and consistent treatment decisions of medical professionals, irrespective of their experience or expertise.
It works by automating the Alberta Stroke Program Early CT score (ASPECTS) method, reducing inter-examiner variability in interpretation.
e-ASPECTS ensures the quick and accurate assessment of ischemic stroke damage that is critical in emergency departments. It helps to make informed treatment decisions, as early as possible, optimizing patient outcomes.Learn more about e-ASPECTS
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"One of the best features of e-ASPECTS is that the scans are easily available on a smartphone: I can download three differently analysed anonymised scans in less than a minute. I strongly recommend e-ASPECTS as an adjunct to routine reporting."
"The use of e-ASPECTS has both decreased time-to-treatment and made the diagnosis of ischemic stroke easier. It has thus added significantly to improving time-critical care in this group of patients. I have been impressed by the way in which the software provides results which are consistent with experts in radiology and stroke management, and have been very happy with its use in our stroke management and thrombectomy service."
"e-ASPECTS has sped up our image interpretation and especially helped our younger physicians to become more confident in image analysis and treatment decisions. It is a great help for doctors on call to receive immediate alert emails with image files to instantly review a patient’s scan."
"When we piloted e-ASPECTS it was extremely useful to avoid bias amongst clinicians in making key decisions or choosing eligible patients for thrombolysis and thrombectomy. The decision making was quick and helped us to avoid delay in moving on with the pathway, reduce door to needle times for thrombolysis and door to groin puncture time in patients needing thrombectomy. As soon as the patient was scanned we received e-ASPECTS scores on our emails which was useful."
“e-ASPECTS can help provide confidence in assessing the extent of early ischemic change. We see e-ASPECTS as a way to assist thrombosis decision-making, and it could support use of thrombosis in some off-license scenarios such as wake-up stroke.”