Is there any way to prevent the next brain aneurysm rupture?

Vast medical studies show that ~3% of the population are prone to develop a brain aneurysm through their lifetime, resulting in hundreds of thousands of victims worldwide every year, consequently creating a high rate annual economical burden which exceeds $10B in US only.

The main concern with the presentation of an aneurysm is the potential rupture, which mostly results in a massive traumatic hemorrhagic event, leaving no chance to the brain. Although most of the aneurysms do not tend to rupture, the part that ends up with a rupture causes a devastating outcome; to put into numbers, 25% will not survive the rupture and will immediately die, another 25% will die during the six weeks following the event, leaving the rest of survivors with moderate to severe neurological disorders, increasing the overall morbidity and mortality.

Nowadays, no exam is available to predict or classify an individual with a risk for developing an aneurysm. Due to the fact that pre-symptoms are not presented with an aneurysm development, aneurysm "carriers" are not aware for the timebomb they are carrying, till it reaches a point of no return and a rupture has already occurred.

Most of the aneurysms will grow over time and will put at risk of rupture. Only "lucky ones" that underwent a brain imaging scan involving vascular demonstration have the chance to be diagnosed with an already existing aneurysm and be saved. Once an aneurysm is inspected, a follow-up period will be scheduled to further examine the growth rate, and determine whether there is a place for intervention, thus eliminating the risk of a rupture.

Here Aneuscreen provides the answer and the ultimate solution, a revolutionary "once in a lifetime" cost-effective, and highly accurate diagnostic exam, for predicting the future formation of intracranial aneurysms.

Supporting all angiography brain imaging scans, our proprietary patented algorithm will scan the complete vessels configuration while analyzing morphological aspects of the brain arterial tree, and will assess whether the individual is at risk and needs to be followed.

The solution also enables Neuroradiologists with the ability to spot small aneurysms (less than 3mm in diameter), as it highlights the locations along the arteries which are prone to aneurysm development, these small aneurysms tend to be missed due to their small size, leaving patients unaware for the existence of an aneurysm and keeping them vulnerable to a future rupture.