Foto: Illustration: Boid En slags hjälm som mäter mikrovågor kan användas för att snabbt påvisa blödning efter skallskador. Det visar resultat från en patientstudie vid Sahlgrenska sjukhuset i Göteborg. Mikrovågsmätningar har tidigare… läs mer
Dr. Starkman, a top Neurologist in NYC, is the Medical Director and founder of New York Neurology Associates: Introducing Strokefinder: Microwave Helmet That Identifies Stroke Type. Read full article here:… läs mer
The Hunter region is set to trial world-first technology that could revolutionise stroke diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Click here to read the full Newcastle Weekly article.
Microwave helmets may be used to monitor patients affected by traumatic brain injury. Credit: Boid. PRESS RELEASE FROM CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SAHLGRENSKA ACADEMY AT UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG AND… läs mer
There’s new artillery in the fight against stroke, which claims 23 Australian lives each day. The “stroke finder” fits like a helmet and is being developed as a faster and… läs mer
THEY say “time is brains” after a stroke, and a new device to be trialled in the Hunter could improve patient outcomes by fast-tracking their diagnosis and treatment. Read full article at: http://www.theherald.com.au/story/4483133/helmet-trial-could-be-a-head-start-for-stroke/
People suspected of having a stroke could soon be accurately diagnosed and prepped for treatment by paramedics, with a new device being trialled by Australian researchers. Read the full article… läs mer
Stroke researchers in the Hunter have an opportunity to test a portable microwave device that takes diagnostics into the field aboard ambulances.