The UK's NHS is now using a new AI called Brainomix e-Stroke which helps specialists respond to strokes faster. Early analysis shows that no- or slight-disability recoveries have tripled to 48%.
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The UK has approved KardiaMobile for use in the NHS. The device drastically reduces the complexity of ECG tests by eliminating sticky electrodes and wires from the procedure and allows for home tests.
Researchers have developed a game using Microsoft's Kinect motion tracking system, which is transforming rehabilitation for patients left partially immobile after a stroke, with incredible results.
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UK-based Nottingham Trent University has been awarded a grant to research how Microsoft's Kinect for Windows might be able to help stroke victims recover from facial paralysis.
Most of us take our many gadgets for granted - but just one piece of technology can make a huge difference to some. One man used Microsoft Kinect to help his mother send email again after a stroke.