November 6, 2020

ESO WSO

Join US at the ESO-WSO 2020 Virtual Conference

We look forward to joining the global stroke community tomorrow at the start of the ESO-WSO 2020 Virtual Conference, for what promises to be a highly informative and exciting three days, with nearly 5,000 clinicians expected to join from more than 80 countries.

We invite you to stop by our virtual booth in the Exhibit Hall, where you can learn more about our transformative AI solutions, including the latest version of our e-Stroke platform – a true breakthrough in stroke imaging that enables detection and measurement of both Large Vessel Occlusion (LVO) and hyperdense volumes (which may indicate bleeding) from non-contrast CT scans. We will have representatives available at our booth throughout the conference, who are available to chat virtually and answer any questions you may have.

We also invite you to attend a talk by Dr Bence Gunda (Semmelweis Neurology Clinic, Budapest, Hungary) during the Imaging Session on Monday, 9th November from 10:00 – 10:40am, entitled Improved Stroke Care in a Primary Stroke Centre Using AI-Decision Support, when Dr Gunda will demonstrate the positive impact that e-Stroke has had on his center’s stroke treatment rates.

We are delighted to see our software featured in a number of scientific presentations and posters at ESO-WSO, all of which provide further validation of our technology from some of the world’s leading stroke institutes. These include:

  • AI-Based Automated Detection of Large Vessel Occlusion on Non-Enhanced CT Scans in Acute Ischemic Stroke (Herweh et al, Heidelberg, Germany)
  • AI-Based Automated Detection of Intracranial Hemorrhage on Non-Enhanced CT Scans (Herweh et al, Heidelberg, Germany)
  • Large Vessel Occlusion Identification Using Non-Contrast CT and CTA (Alderson et al, Beaumont Hospital, Ireland)
  • Thrombus Characterisation Using Non-Contrast CT and CTA in Large Vessel Occlusion Stroke (Alderson et al, Beaumont Hospital, Ireland)
  • Prediction of Clinical Outcome in a Cohort of Patients with LVO Using Automated Artificial Intelligence Image Analysis of Multiphase CT Angiography (Alderson et al, Beaumont Hospital, Ireland)

Finally, please be sure to follow us on social media throughout the conference for further highlights and updates, and enjoy the WSO-ESO Virtual Conference!

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