From the sidelines to the battlefield

Objectively assess for concussion at point of care in minutes—at time of injury and longitudinally at baseline, injury, and recovery time points.

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Brain Function Index (BFI)

An EEG based algorithm for the assessment of brain function impairment, obtained from the same EEG recording used to compute the SIC—can aid in early clinical diagnosis of concussion and referrals

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Concussion Index (CI)

 

An objective multimodal AI derived algorithm with EEG at its core—aids in baselining, clinical diagnosis of concussion, and in determination of readiness to return to play/activity

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Digitized Neurocognitive Assessments

Includes assessments commonly used by clinicians to assess head injured patients, including PECARN Decision Rule for pediatrics

 

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  • Currently used assessments are subjective, have poor reliability & can be gamed.
  • Most EDs don’t use these tools as they are inaccurate & time consuming.
  • mTBI patients often leave the ED with no educational information.
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Brain Function Index (BFI) identifies profile of brain function impairment

  • Goes beyond the standardly used concussion assessment tools which are subjective in nature and cannot be easily performed at point of care
  • Scales with severity
  • Can be used in the ED to inform referrals for CT- patients

Concussion Index (CI) provides objective assessment & monitoring

  • Enables use for baselining (optional)
  • Reflects severity at time of injury
  • Tracks recovery over time for return to activity decision-making
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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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