Healthcare Decision-Support by Hybrid Simulation – Mobile Stroke Units
18.02.2014 |Rene Reiter
The University of Erlangen-Nuremburg Computer Networks and Communication Systems group specializes in the simulation of large-scaled complex systems such as healthcare, automotive, industry and energy. One of the latest projects concerned the possibility and location of Mobile Stroke Units (MSU’s) due to the increase of stroke victims in an aging population. A stroke is typically caused by Thrombosis and should be treated with thrombolysis. Stroke causes severe disability and produces high costs for care and rehab if not treated quickly.
Read how AnyLogic’s multi-paradigm and Java capabilities increase accuracy and provide a decision support tool. Regulatory agencies, companies, researchers and other decision-makers can use the results to optimize an MSU roll-out in any country and to improve the stroke diagnostics and treatment in the future.