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Aster MIMS ties up with Medtronic to raise stroke care by way of telehealth

Aster MIMS ties up with Medtronic to raise stroke care by way of telehealth


Aster MIMS Hospital has partnered with Medtronic India to construct a complete stroke programme in Kerala.

It would kind a hub-and-spoke community of recognized hospitals round Calicut which can be supplied with teleconsultation assist and sources for mobilising stroke sufferers at a essential stage and in pressing want of remedy.

With Aster MIMS on the core of this community, companion hospitals can move on scans and important parameters of suspected stroke sufferers to a workforce of specialists at Aster MIMS for additional analysis. Their situation will then be constantly assessed by way of telemedicine. 

In the meantime, a number of neuro-interventional surgeons can be out there around the clock to carry out mechanical thrombectomy.


Annually, over one million sufferers in India expertise stroke – largely ischemic ones. Attributable to a scarcity of stroke-ready centres within the nation, most sufferers don’t get well timed remedy, stated Dr Jacob P. Alapatt, head of the Neurosurgery division at Aster MIMS Calicut. There are two methods to take away blood clots within the mind which lead to stroke: bodily eradicating the clot by way of mechanical thrombectomy or administering clot-dissolving drugs by way of IV thrombolysis.

Aster MIMS and Medtronic’s partnership seeks to handle the inaccessibility of care and lack of expertise of stroke and its administration. 

“The programme is designed to interrupt down obstacles to remedy and standardise affected person care pathways to scale back the general burden of stroke. By our partnership with Aster MIMS, we intention to extend entry to life-saving therapies for extra sufferers in India,” Madan Krishnan, VP and managing director of Medtronic India, commented.


Indian startup Qure.ai final 12 months unveiled a brand new stroke management platform. It’s powered by Qure.ai’s proprietary AI imaging resolution known as qER, which interprets and quantifies as much as 12 abnormalities on head CT scans and helps spot stroke at an early stage. It additionally comes with a companion cellular app the place specialists can view imaging knowledge, edit findings, and share experiences. 

Additionally final 12 months, Medtronic India partnered with Stasis Health, a unit of Stasis Lab, to advertise the latter’s AI bedside affected person monitoring system in India. 



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