BrainScope Completes Large-Scale Clinical Studies of Concussion in Universities, High Schools and Concussion Clinics
3/28/19: BrainScope reports the purpose of the studies was to create and validate an objective, personalized capability for assessment of concussion and readiness to return to activities in males and females between the ages of 13-25. The studies conducted from 2015 through 2019 at 52 clinical sites included nearly 1,700 patients and healthy controls, with over 4,000 evaluations. Funding sources for the studies included a $9.9 million research contract from the U.S. Department of Defense, award funding from the NFL-GE Head Health Challenge (in which BrainScope was a two-time awardee), and BrainScope private funding.
BrainScope One Demonstrated the Potential to Reduce Head CT Scans By One-Third in Emergency Department Use
BrainScope announced today the release of a white paper authored by physicians at Washington University Barnes Jewish Medical Center in St. Louis, which demonstrated that the FDA-cleared BrainScope One had the potential to reduce the use of...