Efforts toward Solving Stroke Treatment Challenges
By MedTech Outlook | Thursday, March 28, 2019
Imperative Care is accelerating new treatments to stroke by developing a portfolio of innovative solutions to address the vast and emergency unmet needs in stroke care. The company is dedicated to enhancing the way stroke is treated by advanced medical technologies, equipping healthcare providers to evolve best treatment practices and elevate the standard of care for stroke patients.
Imperative Care aims specifically to find meaningful answers to unresolved stroke problems. The company founded by experienced medical professionals and clinical counselors is aware of the vast, urgent needs of strokes. Their focus is on medical technology to accelerate and enhance treatment efficiency and offer patients the opportunity for excellent regeneration.
Imperative Care has specially announced that it is devoted to finding answers to unresolved stroke problems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) shall clear their first family of catheters to provide interventional treatments with aneurysm, stroke and other brain vessel conditions during minimally invasive neurovascular procedures. Incept LLC, the company that successfully innovated different healthcare technologies and has treated more than a million patients worldwide a year has co-founded Imperative Care.
The company’s first set of products are neurovascular access catheters that are designed to permit smooth and consistent deep-seated navigation into the brain's blood vessels, a challenge due to the highly complex and twisted structure of the brain. The catheters are designed to allow doctors to sail to the site with more control and flexibility–essential for successful neurovascular treatments where it is necessary every minute–without sacrificing aid or stability. In the coming months, these catheters will be introduced in selected centers in the United States. Today, both the quality of care and outcomes of care are attained by the U.S. medical system. Such shortcomings can be seen in areas as diverse as patient security, proof of care, coordination of care, access to health care, and disparities in health. In order to realize its potential, the health care system must work together to learn and improve on each of these dimensions.
Imperative Care also develops a technological pipeline aimed at helping clinicians to improve acute stroke treatment, with effectiveness and speed, toward the goal of achieving better patient outcomes. The short-term pipeline of the firm comprises a suction treatment catheter for quick removal of coagulation. Imperative Care re-imagines how technology can solve the unmet needs of stroke, enabling providers to raise the standard of patient care.