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We will establish the first public anti-stroke medical network in the Republic of Donimica with Join and JoinTriage to support the creation of a system that enables stroke patients to receive appropriate treatment within a short time from the onset of stroke. The project aims to reduce the time it takes for ischemic stroke patients to receive thrombolytic therapy to less than four hours. Destacan plan para prevenir accidentes cerebro...

The first 5G network-based telemedicine demonstration in breast cancer in Latin America has been launched in Chile. Telemedicine will be realized by uploading mammograms taken in “mobile mammographs (mamógrafos móviles),” which are used for mobile examinations in rural areas, to Join and sharing them with specialists in remote locations. This will demonstrate the potential of 5G networks in the field of telemedicine. Learn more

We will provide Join to Ribeirão Preto, a city in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, to establish a regional medical information network for acute stroke prevention. Join will be installed in ambulances owned by Mobile Emergency Care Service (SAMU), and will support efficient emergency medical care by enabling communication between medical personnel in the ambulance and in the hospital. SAMU recebe doação de equipamentos de telemedicina para atendimentos de...

Allm S.A. partnered with the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging (CBR) . The purpose of this partnership is to support radiologists who are on the front line against COVID-19, working in hospitals and care centers in the public health system to have a second opinion on the clinical images of the chest, via tomography Computerized and / or X-ray through Join. Learn more

A clinical research to study the safety and efficacy of thrombectomy was conducted in Brazil and its paper has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine (impact factor 70.670). Join and JoinTriage were used as a telemedicine platform, allowing medical image sharing, teleconsultation, and patient triage. Martins Sheila O, Mont’Alverne Francisco, Rebello Letícia C, et al., Thrombectomy for Stroke in the Public Health Care System of Brazil. New England Journal...

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