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Technological Leap for Stroke Patients: First in Israel

Publication Date: 3/28/2017 | by: Rambam

Technology can change lives. Rambam Health Care Campus makes sure that the change is for the better. Their newest acquistion is a first in Israel and will markedly improve care of stroke patients.

Technological Leap for Stroke Patients: First in IsraelTechnological Leap for Stroke Patients: First in Israel

Rambam Health Care Campus recently became the first in Israel to install the Siemens ARTIS Q with Pure Biplane Angio-Suite. The device is used for cardiology, interventional radiology, and image-guided surgery. Installed in the hospital's Angiography Unit, the device is a technological leap forward in terms of the ability to care for stroke patients.

It exposes patients to a markedly reduced dose of radiation, when compared to older systems, while significantly improving image quality and providing advanced 3D imaging tools for the Neuro-Intervention staff exposes patients to a markedly less dose of radiation while significantly improving image quality and providing advanced 3D imaging tools for the Neuro-Intervention staff. The leading medical center in Northern Israel, Rambam Health Care Campus averages 1,000 stroke referrals annually. The new device will markedly improve the treatment options available for stroke patients.