A message from our CEO on World Stroke Day

Listen to this personal message from our CEO Dr. Merel Boers, sharing our latest innovation at Nicolab​​​​​​ that will help physicians make the first steps towards personalised stroke treatment.

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    Recognising the early signs of stroke is the first step in giving a patient their best chance of recovery. StrokeViewer enables physicians to make informed treatment decisions in a time-critical situation. By reducing time to treatment, patients’ are given the best chances of living their normal life.





    We are excited to continue developing our portfolio to ensure we can provide physicians all necessary information so they can provide the best treatment for each individual patient.

    StrokeViewer Features

    Mobile miniPACS

    This mobile miniPACS is an extension to the familiar hospital PACS , enabling stroke experts to access analyzed patient scans within minutes, anywhere on their device.

    Seamless image sharing

    Rapid image exchange allows stroke experts to forward patient scans to the nearest intervention center with the click of a button, physicians can then plan for patient arrival.

    Certified Diagnostic Viewer

    The certified diagnostic viewer is a unique feature to StrokeViewer. This allows physicians to diagnose patients from their mobile device.

    3D Treatment Planning

    This feature is included in StrokeViewer LVO. It helps neurologists and radiologists visualize the brain vasculature and blood clot.

    Interventional neuroradiologists in particular have reported their use of the 3D Treatment Planning feature for selecting the micro catheters to use prior to patient arrival.

    “It can be really helpful in detecting distal occlusions, because the 3D Treatment Planning can make an occlusion more obvious especially when a vessel goes into another slice or in a different direction. It prevents you from mistaking an occlusion for a loop in the vessel”

    Dr. Bart Emmer, Ph.D.

    Interventional Neuroradiologist, Amsterdam UMC, Netherlands