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Magnetic stimulation against stroke

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Physiotherapy, ergotherapy, logopedics – they all are established treatment methods to get people on their feet again after a stroke. But what happens when the brain does not play along because of damage it has suffered? Transcranial magnetic stimulation can then be a way to activate and stimulate neural cells. Learn in our latest video how this works and which role artificial intelligence plays here.

Stay healthy!

Timo Roth
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Topic of the Month: VitalSky in the ICU
Video: TMS: Stroke therapy of the future
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VitalSky: how an artificial sky improves ICU patient recovery

Topic of the Month

Image: Intensive care unit with VitalSky installation over two beds; Copyright: Markus van Offern
Delirium, also known as acute confusional state, occurs in 30 to 80 percent of patients in intensive care units. This cerebral impairment not only causes mental confusion and emotional disruption but also drastically increases the mortality risk of patients. A controlled circadian rhythm and sleep/wake cycle is the prerequisite for delirium prevention. This is where the new VitalMinds concept from Philips comes in.
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VitalSky: how an artificial sky improves ICU patient recovery
In the Intensive Care Unit: smart solutions for better care
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Stroke therapy of the future: Stimulating entire networks

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The Neurological University Hospital in Tübingen is a world leader in research on TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation). In this report you will learn how the stroke therapy, which is always complemented by physiotherapeutic treatment, is being developed from a punctual to an entire network treatment in the brain.
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Stroke therapy of the future: Stimulating entire networks
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