Jan Medical’s Nautilus Neurowave Platform Could Be a Game-Changer for Quickly Identifying Stroke and Other Brain Abnormalities

Every 21 seconds, someone suffers a serious brain injury, such as a stroke, which is the third-leading cause of death in the United States and the leading cause of long-term disability. Today, Jan Medical is on the cusp of commercializing its first application of a revolutionary system, Nautilus NeurowaveTM, designed to help doctors quickly identify vasospasm and strokes.

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New Device Uses Submarine Technology To Detect Stroke Sooner

A medical device developed by retired U.S. Navy sonar experts, using submarine technology, is a new paradigm for the detection, diagnosis and monitoring of stroke.

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Jan Medical To Disclose Data Related To Breakthrough Study in Stroke Detection

There is a dire, unmet medical need for timely and precise assessment and monitoring of traumatic brain injuries.

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Ischemic Stroke: Challenging Market, Huge Need

Time is critical when a patient suffers from a stroke.

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No Shortage of Hopefuls in the Multibillion-Dollar Blood Thinner Business

Patients hoping for a new alternative to the blockbuster blood thinner Plavix will have to wait a bit longer for a verdict on a promising candidate.

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PAD Awareness Month Brings Often-Overlooked Cardiovascular Disease to the Forefront

While most people are familiar with the big-name heart problems such as cardiac arrest and congestive heart failure, PAD is often overlooked.

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Giving the Cold Shoulder to Cardiac Arrest Complications

According to a recent Reuters article, a treatment known as therapeutic hypothermia is saving the lives of cardiac arrest patients in hospitals across the U.S.

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Stroke Treatment Puts Clots Up for Grabs

Ischemic stroke, or a stroke that occurs in the brain, is an acutely time-sensitive disease: The longer it goes untreated, the more likely death or severe brain damage will result. Unfortunately, the current standard for treating ischemic stroke is time-sensitive as well.

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[OneMedForum] Micrus Endovascular: Help for Stroke Patients

Micrus Endovascular is the only publicly traded company focused on strokes.

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Fantastic Voyage: Researchers Develop Miniature Surgical Robots

It sounds like something out of a sci-fi film: microscopic robots that can be injected into the bloodstream to perform surgical procedures. This futuristic concept is closer to reality than one might think. Researchers at Australia’s Monash University have created tiny surgical microbots to treat conditions including stroke and arterial blockage.

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