From suspect to detect in minutes

 

BrainScope is the only FDA cleared non-invasive medical device that objectively assesses head injured patients for both brain bleeds & concussions at point of care.

Demonstrated potential to reduce head CT in the ED by 31%image-png-Feb-09-2021-03-09-15-53-AM

 

Patient FDA
  • 8 FDA clearances 
  • 12 years of R&D
  • 31 peer reviewed publications
  • 13,000+ subject evaluations

“Utilizing BrainScope gives me more actionable clinical data to assess concussion than is available to emergency physicians in the ED today."

Marsh Cuttino, MD FAAEM FACEP,  Emergency Physician, Richmond VA

"When BrainScope is used independently or in conjunction with a standard head rule, fewer patients are scanned—resulting in less radiation exposure, less time in the ED, improved patient experience."

David Levine, MD, FACEP, Emergency Physician

“It answers the most pressing question when treating a potential traumatic brain injury...‘Does the patient have blood in his head or not?’  And, if the answer is no, then he can be discharged, and we can treat the next patient who’s waiting for care.”

Chief of Emergency Medicine, Level 1 Trauma

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Designed for accurate, fast & easy assessment of suspected mTBIimage-png-Feb-09-2021-03-09-15-53-AM

 

 

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Accurate

Confirm the likelihood of a brain bleed with 99% sensitivity to the smallest detectable level of blood (>1 mL).

Determine concussion status at same time with same setup and recording.

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Fast

Significantly reduce patient length of stay in the emergency department. thisisatestsoletssee...........
Prep, test, result in under 20 minutes.
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Easy

Integrate easily into busy,
infection-prone environments.  SEOoptimisation.........
Use the disposable headset on masked patients and disinfect device with wipes.
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Clinical performance you can trust

FDA cleared A.I. derived algorithms assess 10,000 EEG features and employ age regression and advanced pattern recognition to determine the likelihood of structural and functional brain injury with high independently validated accuracy.

 

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Assessment of brain injury in the ED with BrainScope

Intended patient population
•  Ages 18 – 85 years for structural brain injury
•  Ages 13 – 85 years for functional brain injury
•  Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) 13 – 15
•  Within 72 hours of injury, at baseline, and over time
•  Suitable for alcohol/drug impaired & patients on blood thinners
 

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