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Cercare Medical Neurosuite
RADIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF BRAIN DISEASE – HELPING DOCTORS MAKE RIGHT DECISIONS
FASTER turnaround through automatic post-processing and optimised workflow in image analysis of brain disease.
BETTER image outputs and automated lesion volume estimations for faster analysis of brain MRI in stroke.
SMARTER decisions with AI-based support for backup, training and extension of treatment hours for hospitals with limited resources.
VIEW LESIONS MISSED BY ANYONE ELSE
SKIP MANUAL CALCULATIONS
Cercare Medical Neurosuite lets you go directly to an analysis of highly detailed brain maps with lesions missed by any other software saving you time and eliminating routine work.
PRIORITISE STROKE PATIENTS
Automated AI-based lesion volume and location estimation allows healthcare professionals to expand treatment window for stroke patients in less acute condition.
USE AI TO BACK UP YOUR ANALYSIS
Trained on thousands of patient studies and outcomes, our AI-based solution is a reliable partner in radiological assessment of brain in ischemic stroke.
RESEARCH & SCIENTIFIC PARTNERS
Cercare Medical was established as a spinout of CFIN/MINDlab center at Aarhus University Hospital IN DENMARK building upon 20 years of research around Associate Professor Kim Mouridsen and Professor Leif Østergaard – two of the world’s leading researchers in neuroradiology.
Eager to accelerate the process of bringing theoretical knowledge into practice, Kim Mouridsen together with
Mikkel Bo Hansen, a software and data engineer, founded Cercare Medical to give hospitals THE ABILITY to offer fast and personalised treatment to patients with brain diseases.
The technologies are based on the numerous studies and are currently used in multiple institutions all over the world for scientific use.
Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark
MGH/Harvard Medical School
University Hospital Heidelberg