The company has developed a minimally invasive medical device, called the Appligator™ that aims to reduce stroke risk in patients suffering from atrial fibrillation (AF).
Hadassah has been struggling to pay its expenses in the aftermath of the coronavirus crisis.
The AI technology "uses deep learning to automatically look at every head CT before a patient has even left the imaging room."
“This is only the beginning of the developing of treatments for strokes,” Einav told the Post. “I think in the next years we are going to see more and better treatments.”
“It is amazing,” says Eichel, “that in just three years, we have been able to develop a center that provides nearly all the neurological services."
It became clear, for the first time, that one of the drugs given to AIDS patients contributes to improving the cognitive ability of patients suffering from stroke and traumatic head injuries as well.