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Microwave system can aid early point-of-care diagnosis by showing localization and size of intracranial haemorrhage after stroke or trauma

https://youtu.be/jpbE6R5e2OI -We believe that such information about localization and approximate size of bleedings, provided by the microwave device in a point-of-care situation, is an important development, says Mikael Elam. It can facilitate the clinical acceptance of a microwave-based diagnosis, by enabling a direct comparison to the clinical symptoms of the patient.    Principles for microwave…
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ESOC 2018- this year in Gothenburg

The European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) for international stroke specialists is about the latest clinical trials and developments in all areas of stroke management, treatment and prevention. This year´s conference, the 4th European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC 2018), took place here in Gothenburg on 16-18 May and gathered more than 4000 delegates at the Swedish…
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Sahlgrenska and Chalmers- a never ending story celebrated during the Engineering Health Days

Some pictures from the mingle at Chalmers on Day 1 The initiative seminar Engineering Health – The Legacy of William Chalmers on 8-9 November 2017 gathered a large number of engineers and clinicians (and others!) with one strong interest in common: to bring medicine and engineering closer together. ​The programme stretched from the past, to…
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The microwave helmet can be used for rapid detection of intracranial hematomas in patients with traumatic brain injuries

In a recently published scientific article, researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, and the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, present results from the initial patient studies that were completed in 2016. The study shows a new application for microwave technology in health care. Microwaves have previously been used to…
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