A better outlook for stroke patients starts today with connected stroke patient management solutions

Teaming up to improve lives for stroke patients

Effective stroke management connects the dots between caregivers at critical moments in stroke care pathways. We're with you, focused on making a life-saving difference for your patients.

Improving access to stroke care

Improving access to stroke care

Pioneering treatments are making a huge difference to the lives of stroke patients – but not everyone has access to them. That’s why we’re working tirelessly with leading experts, clinicians, and governments to bring life-saving care to more people, in more places, around the world.

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Why collaboration matters in stroke care

Saving more patients from the devastating effects of stroke depends on getting them to the operating room quickly. We help you to speed up stroke care collaboration by solving critical bottlenecks in the care pathway, to ensure that your patients get treated faster and have a better chance of returning to their normal life.

    Overcoming the barriers we see in stroke management, together

    Complexity holds back speed in stroke patient management. A network of separate yet highly interdependent workflows must work fluidly together. Gaps in information, communication and access to stroke expertise can cause delays that have tragic consequences for stroke patients. Our innovations are designed to support better teamwork and collaboration, providing the information and tools that help you deliver time-sensitive, life-saving care.

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    Advancing stroke care

    We bridge the gaps between caregivers across the stroke care pathway – at each vital step. By rapidly providing valuable insights at key moments, our integrated stroke solutions reduce the impact of stroke events.

    Helping you connect the dots across stroke management

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    Reduce uncertainty at first contact

    As a first responder, you need to decide if your patient might be experiencing a stroke and needs to be quickly taken to the right care. Our solutions connect you to stroke experts to support timely diagnostic and transfer decision-making.

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    Support faster time to treatment

    Diagnosing a stroke takes experience and time, but it is only the start. Activating the stroke team for appropriate therapy is the crucial next step. Our solutions focus on sharing data across stroke caregivers and improving workflow efficiency to help you get stroke patients to treatment on time. 

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    Improve treatment outcomes

    Most strokes occur early in the morning or late at night.1,2 To make things easier for care teams, day and night, the Azurion Neuro suite starts up fast, simplifies workflow and provides 3D imaging guidance.

    We are pioneering Direct to Angio Suite (DTAS) workflows to drastically reduce time to treatment and improve outcomes

    Discover the potential of DTAS workflows

    Despite a broader window of eligibility for mechanical thrombectomy, one third of stroke patients still become ineligible due to time lost.3

    We are pioneering Direct to Angio Suite (DTAS) workflows to
    drastically reduce stroke treatment time and improve
    outcomes for these patients. Follow our progress during the
    WE-TRUST clinical trial.

    Together we are making a difference in stroke patient management

    Atul Gupta, Chief Medical Officer, Philips Image Guided Therapy
    "The value for the patient is created across the full cycle of care – from their prehospital experience, throughout their time in the hospital, as they are teed-up for discharge, and during their recovery period at home.”

    Atul Gupta

    Chief Medical Officer, Philips Image Guided Therapy

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    No longer do you have to choose between viewing anatomical structures and identifying material composition.

    Philips accelerates stroke diagnosis and treatment with expanded integrated solutions and strategic partnership

    Philips partners with Nicolab

    Philips partnered with medtech firm Nicolab, integrating its cloud based stroke triage and management solution StrokeViewer into Philips’ end-to-end stroke care pathway.

    Carolinas HealthCare System is using the eICU to provide remote clinical support for stroke patients

    Delivering the right stroke treatment fast

    Connect telemedicine resources across the health system to focus on more timely interventions for stroke patients.

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    Challenge the status quo in stroke care

    How can you think differently when managing stroke care? Think about faster access, improved triage, and better clinical and economic outcomes.

    Want to connect your stroke care?

    Let's talk about how we can improve your emergency care, diagnosis and treatment.

    • WE-TRUST

      WE-TRUST Study is a multi-center randomized clinical trial to assess the impact of a ‘Direct to Angio Suite’ (DTAS) workflow on stroke patient outcomes.

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    • Neurovascular care

      Philips image-guided therapy offers the Neurovascular suite with a flexible portfolio of integrated technologies, services, and neuro accessories that puts you in firm control.

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    1. 52% out of office hours: UK study. N = 45000, (Campbell, J. T., Bray, B. D., Hoffman, A. M., Kavanagh, S. J., Rudd, A. G., Tyrrell, P. J., & Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party (2014). The effect of out of hours presentation with acute stroke on processes of care and outcomes: analysis of data from the Stroke Improvement National Audit Programme (SINAP). PloS one, 9(2), e87946. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0087946)

    2. 60% out of office hours: Scotland study N = 52000, (Turner M, Barber M, Dodds H on behalf of the Scottish Stroke Care Audit, et al. Stroke patients admitted within normal working hours are more likely to achieve process standards and to have better outcomes. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 2016;87:138-143.)

    3. Nannoni S, Strambo D, Sirimarco G, et al. Eligibility for late endovascular treatment using DAWN, DEFUSE-3, and more liberal selection criteria in a stroke center Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery 2020;12:842-847.

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