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Our vision is to become a world leader in imaging software to support clinical decision making, for neurological and cerebrovascular diseases by making imaging accessible.
Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms and working together with a team of specialists including clinicians, stroke neurologists, scientists and business professionals, Brainomix is uniquely equipped to achieve this vision.
e-ASPECTS software uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to provide 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.
e-ASPECTS reduces inter-examiner variability in interpretation supporting a more standardized stroke diagnosis.
e-ASPECTS supports 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
"We have now been using e‑ASPECTS at Northwick Park for over a year. Our radiographers are now asked to send ALL stroke scans to e‑ASPECTS. This can be up to a dozen scans a day. The system works well and easily. It provides an additional layer of decision support which is important as the first line of reporting for us is usually a radiology registrar who may be quite junior. They report the scans without viewing e‑ASPECTS so that the clinican has access to a report and the e‑ASPECTS analysis.
One of the best features is that the scans are easily available on a smartphone: I can download three differently analysed anonymised scans in less than a minute. The software is being updated regularly and seems particularly good at differentiating between old and new infarcts. It can also be used to view haemorrhages rapidly even though the system is not set up to analyse these. I strongly recommend it as an adjunct to routine reporting."
"The use of e-ASPECTS has both decreased time to treatment and made the diagnosis of ischaemic stroke easier, and 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 been incorporated in our imaging pathway for acute ischemic stroke patients. e‑ASPECTS has standardized our ASPECTS scoring.
It has sped up our image interpretation and helped especially our younger physicians to become more confident in image analysis and treatment decisions. It is also a great help for doctors on call to receive an immediate alert email with image files to instantly review a patient’s scan."
“We are keen to start using e‑ASPECTS to augment radiological assessment of acute stroke patients for thrombolysis. It can be difficult to assess the extent of early ischaemic changes in acute ischaemic stroke. e‑ASPECTS may help assess clinical-radiological mismatch to establish potentially salvageable tissue. At times, we have junior radiology registrars or outsourced radiologists reporting scans out of hours. Also, some newly appointed stroke consultants are less experienced in assessing acute CT scans. e‑ASPECTS can help provide confidence in assessing the extent of early ischaemic change. We see e‑ASPECTS as a way to assist thrombolysis decision making.”
"The e‑ASPECTS software has proven to be a very useful tool for indication of intravenous thrombolysis and/or thrombectomy in our centre. We would like to present a case report that confirms usefulness of e‑ASPECTS in the acute stroke treatment phase."
"We started using e‑ASPECTS in our Stroke Center back in 2017. Using the software we have witnessed a significant improvement when evaluating scans. e‑ASPECTS helped us reduce the overall time needed to interpret scans."
"e‑ASPECTS made all the difference in the stroke unit of the Hospital São José do Avaí, providing flexibility and security in the decision-making process, benefiting the patients affected by an acute ischemic stroke.
Today we use e‑ASPECTS on a daily basis, and the fact that it is reliable and accessible for viewing by the entire team has made us quicker in resolving the different cases. I cannot imagine how we could operate without this excellent support tool."
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