Namaste to our valued supporters at Nepal Stroke Projekt (NSP)!

We are excited to share that Ingmar Gergel, CEO of mbits imaging, recently visited Nepal in collaboration with Dr. Christine Tunkl and Patrick Tunkl from NSP to explore new software solutions for stroke care. mbits imaging, a leading medical imaging software company, is already well-established in the field of radiology, and this project marks a new opportunity as we seek innovative approaches to enhance stroke care in Nepal. One potential solution being explored is the development of a telemedicine app to enable remote consultations and management for stroke patients, especially in remote areas with limited access to specialized healthcare.

During the visit, Ingmar, Christine, and Patrick collaborated with local healthcare institutions, including the B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS), which serves as the project’s hub. They also assessed the technical and infrastructural challenges faced in providing stroke care in the region.

While the project is in its early stages and challenges need to be addressed, everyone involved is eagerly looking forward to finding new solutions and making a positive impact on stroke care in Nepal. The partnership between mbits and NSP holds immense potential for leveraging new technology (mStroke) and expertise in medical software to advance stroke care in the country.

We encourage you to visit mbits’ website to learn more about their work in radiology imaging on mobile devices, and stay tuned for further updates on our progress in Nepal.

We are grateful for the continued support of our partners, and well-wishers in our mission to improve stroke care in Nepal.

Dhanyabad (Thank you) for your support!

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