Turkish medical firm Invamed set to use artificial intelligence, remote connection

Turkish medical firm Invamed set to use artificial intelligence, remote connection

Invamed's innovative approach to medical device industry: AI and remote technologies lead the way

By Tolga Yanik

ISTANBUL (AA) – Turkish medical firm Invamed has decided to utilize artificial intelligence (AI) and remote connection technologies in the medical device sector.

Rasit Dinc, the chief of Invamed, said in the statement on Friday that remote connection and artificial intelligence technologies will lead to revolutionary changes in the medical device sector.

According to the company's statement, Invamed's pilot application will be conducted on an atherectomy (vascular robot) device. In this application, vascular robots produced by Invamed will be controlled through a remote connection system, enabling the removal of plaques within the blood vessels.

Subsequently, artificial intelligence and remote control systems will be employed in stroke and neurovascular procedures.

Invamed has collaborated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for remote connection systems and with Harvard University for AI solutions. Atherectomy is a procedure used to remove hardened or calcified plaques within blood vessels.

Invamed's atherectomy device can effectively remove intravascular plaques using highly precise technology.

Dinc pointed out that AI-supported medical devices have the potential to optimize treatment processes along with providing fast and accurate diagnoses.

"For instance, with AI-assisted imaging devices, doctors can detect abnormalities in specific areas of the body more quickly and accurately," he said.

Dinc added that AI-assisted monitoring devices can "continuously track patients' conditions, provide early warning signals, and help prevent potential complications."

The company aims to produce superior and more effective medical devices by integrating AI models. This approach will enable faster and more efficient treatment processes for patients.

Invamed, serving patients around the world, aims to advance its success with these new technological applications.

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