Artificial Intelligence to discover nerve blocks faster.

Our unique AI technology allows you to gain peripheral nerve block experience faster by visualizing all anatomical landmarks whilst and after an ultrasound scan.

What is NerveBlox?

NerveBlox is an AI-driven decision support solution to help anesthesiologists practice peripheral nerve block (PNB) faster.

NerveBlox is able to capture real-time images from any ultrasonography (US) device. The captured images are then processed by state-of-the-art artificial intelligence algorithms and all of the anatomical landmarks are automatically labelled for the user. You can inquire about NerveBlox Clinic for a comprehensive solution.

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3. Select a region

Select the peripheral nerve block (PNB) type that you will practice. Nerveblox will show you the associated anatomical landmarks on its screen.

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How to try?

In order to spend our resources effectively, Nerveblox mobile application is available to test only on Wednesdays. Please contact us if you have specific test needs.

Once you download NerveBlox application, you can try it easily on any ultrasound device or by using hundreds of pre-recorded videos on the internet. In addition, we are also preparing a video gallery for you to experience NerveBlox with reliable ultrasound videos recorded by anesthesiologists worldwide.

Block Types

Today, NerveBlox supports the following peripheral nerve block (PNB) types.

interscalene nerve block
supraclavicular nerve block
TAP nerve block
superficial nerve block
infraclavicular nerve block
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axillary nerve block
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Block Types

Today, NerveBlox supports the following peripheral nerve block (PNB) types.

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Our Values

We believe that businesses must follow explicit and concrete ethical standards. In addition to our ISO 13485 compliant medical device development processes, we took an oath that we will always be aligned with these set of ethical principles:

Declaration of Helsinki, Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects

Declaration of Helsinki is a statement of ethical principles for medical research involving human subjects, including research on identifiable human material and data. The declaration was developed by World Medicine Association (WMA) in 1964 and lastly updated at 64th WMA General Assembly in 2013.

Good Clinical Practice (GCP)

Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for designing, conducting, recording and reporting trials that involve the participation of human subject.

Frequently Asked Questions
Nerveblox is most commonly used in medical-training centers, by medical practitioners and anesthesiologists, as well as by those practicing or training in the peripheral nerve block (PNB).

Nerveblox functions in real-time, does not require storing any information for processing or any other purposes. Smart Alpha Inc. has no control in terms of recording, reading or processing of any personal or medical data.

Today, Nerveblox is an expert of

  • Interscalene Brachial Plexus block
  • Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus block
  • Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus block
  • Superficial Cervical Plexus block
  • Axillary Brachial Plexus block
  • PECS I block
  • PECS II block
  • Femoral Nerve block
  • Transversus Abdominis Plane (TAP) block

A significant amount of block types, in the order of popularity, are under development.

You simply need to check whether your ultrasound device provides a video interface or not. Once you know that your device provides a video interface, you may then connect the Nerveblox and start using it with your ultrasound device.

No, you do not require any additional component to run Nerveblox. You simply need to connect your ultrasound device to our Nerveblox screen.

Nerveblox is most suited for those who prefer practicing with well experienced AI-assistant, as opposed to watching endless videos of ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks.

Any type of ultrasound system will work with Nerveblox Clinic. The only requirement is a video output from your ultrasound device in order to capture ultrasound images in real-time.
Once you have Nerveblox Clinic, you have the right to use the latest version. Furthermore, you will be informed regarding the latest release as soon as it is ready to install.
Nerveblox is a real-time solution which means it processes the ultrasound images synch with your device. You still have the chance to run pre-recorded videos on Nerveblox Clinic for educational purposes.

You can raise your requests via One of our team members will be assigned to you and is ready to solve any technical problems as soon as possible.

It’s perfect time to use AI in healthcare.

AI systems are able to learn incomparably faster than human beings. This allows us to develop artificial experts tutored in numerous institutes in a short time.

Our systems are used by healthcare professionals as a training tool to acquire and enhance their ultrasound interpretation skills.

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