The article highlights the impact of e-Stroke on a network, enabling faster detection of stroke to allow more patients acces to thrombectomy, resulting in the prevention of stroke-related disability and death.
Brainomix's e-Stroke technology featured in the Department of Health's recent showcase of “most promising AI imaging and decision support tools” as part of the roll-out of the £21M AI Diagnostic Fund.
Oxford & Chicago facilities to accommodate growing team of specialists at company focused on treatments for stroke, lung fibrosis and cancer
Oxford-based AI-powered medtech solutions company Brainomix has announced its move to a new head office at the Seacourt Tower in Botley.
Artificial intelligence (AI) software developer Brainomix has expanded into new headquarters in Oxford, U.K.
National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging video explaining how our e-Stroke software is reducing door in door out time for stroke patients
Research will analyse how Huawei’s wearable technology detects atrial fibrillation in post-stroke patients
This major study will look at how effective a wearable device and Brainomix AI software are in the detection of atrial fibrillation
Brainomix e-Stroke system supporting cut in waiting times and reducing disability
Prof Kevin Moore advocates for the wider adoption of e-Stroke as a way of improving outcomes for stroke patients.
Brainomix featured as part of a 'Rising Stars' piece on fast-growing UK health and life sciences companies, with an interview with CEO and Co-Founder Michalis Papadakis.
Brainomix featured in The Times, highlighting the impact that the e-Stroke platform has had on stroke care in the NHS.
Use of cutting-edge AI technology is associated with a tripling of the number of patients recovering and able to perform daily activities from 16% to 48%.
Visionable’s digital healthcare collaboration platform, used with Brainomix’s e-Stroke software, will allow more stroke patients to get appropriate treatment.
A partnership between two UK digital health companies – Brainomix and Visionable – aims to overcome stroke care bottlenecks.
Link up will take on bottlenecks in time-sensitive stroke care pathway across the UK.
Visionable and Brainomix use AI-powered solutions to address time-sensitive stroke care.
AI stroke imaging will be deployed across centers in Hungary after Brainomix was awarded a national tender.
Brainomix claims first national contract – from Hungary – for its AI platform for improved diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
The segment showcases how Brainomix's e-Stroke software is helping the Royal Berkshire Hospital stroke team deliver best-in-class care.
Saving time in delivering thrombectomy services could be the difference between a good outcome and someone facing a life with a serious disability.
Article highlights the value of e-Stroke in helping physicians identify stroke and optimize treatment
Announcement of New Chairperson and Expanded Board Featured in FT
Brainomix awarded NHSX grant for AI software
University Hospital Milton Keynes NHS FT has adopted AI technology from Brainomix into its Stroke Practice
Dr Kiruba Nagaratnam discusses changes to the thrombectomy pathway and assesment during COVID-19
e-Stroke Suite was showcased as part of a Sky News segment on how AI solutions are helping stroke teams
Clinicians are making swift, accurate decisions around stroke care thanks to AI-enabled imaging software
Article focused on the role of AI solutions in healthcare
e-Stroke Suite has been deployed at Royal Berks
e-Stroke Suite is being rolled out across one of the largest stroke networks in Slovakia
Awards recognize companies with greatest potential to change the way healthcare is delivered
Brainomix CEO and Co-Founder, Dr Michalis Papadakis, discusses the role of AI in healthcare
The collaboration will enable Trusts in the network to introduce intelligent AI algorithms into existing radiology workflows
Results showed that treatment rates for stroke patients improved and treatment times were reduced following the installation of Brainomix’s e-Stroke Suite
Brainomix were recently featured in a BBC News Technology segment focused on AI in healthcare
" Summertown firm's Brainy idea will help stroke victims across Europe..."