Time marks a significant importance in the life of a patient suffering from stroke as they reach a stage where they start analyzing their life amidst recovery, disability or eventual death. Well, considering the crucial situation and to eliminate the latter results, notable efforts have been taken up by ValleyCare hospital of Stanford by introducing an all-inclusive certified stroke-care program. The highlight here is that the first major step taken up by Stanford Health Care is to acquire TeleStroke Robot, which is highly capable of diagnosing stroke victims at a swift pace.
Stroke Is Time-Sensitive and So Is Beauty of TeleStroke
With this new development, probability of access to experts in Stanford Health Care even on urgent basis becomes pretty much easier. Most of the community hospitals lack the ability of facilitating a vascular trained neurologist on a 24/7 basis, which in turn makes this new program a notable development with the supreme connection and patient-care instantly.
TeleStroke Robot is operated by connecting it with an expert who is capable of diagnosing a patient suffering from stroke, on an instant and accurate manner. What the readers must note here is that this new technology helps in time consumption of a patient, which otherwise would be taken hunting for rapid diagnosis. Now, instead of waiting for specialists to arrive in regional hospitals, the neurologist will be able to analyze the patient by performing necessary visual as well as verbal tests and all these efforts would be taken in order to diagnose the patient’s condition remotely. This in turn helps in saving the crucial time taken in treatment process.
Future of Healthcare Sector
TeleStroke technology is adaptive as well as highly proficient of being equipped with the additional instruments such as stethoscope that would be beneficial for additional testing as well. In the long run, TeleStroke might even be utilized for identifying wide-ranging injuries and ailments, by connecting the patients with experts of each stripe.
Moreover, a recent study by Future Market Insights, projects promising future for the mechanical appendage closure devices. In-depth analysis in the global report showcases high morbidity and mortality rates related to atrial fibrillation, which is a result of embolic events such as stroke. Therefore, increasing need for appendage management devices is expected to create immense opportunities for the manufacturers, in the forthcoming years.
In the long run, there are higher possibilities that the notable technology will be integrated in the mobile phone of the doctor by means of an accompanying app. Apparently, TeleStroke Robot is expected to continue to contribute significantly towards remarkable stroke response time of Stanford.