Known as e-CTA, the software uses artificial intelligence (AI) to automate the assessment of collateral blood vessels on the CTA scans of patients with acute stroke. The e-CTA software works in conjunction with Brainomix's e-ASPECTS software to display the collateral vessels in a vivid color heat map and direct physicians to relevant findings within minutes, according to the company. Clinicians can access the results through email, a web browser interface, or DICOM.
Brainomix will present its e-CTA software at the fourth annual European Stroke Organization Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 16-18 May.
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