Take the Offensive Against Brain Injury
The United States Marine Corps’ decision to deploy Infrascanner as a standard component in trauma kits for all battalion aid stations marks a significant milestone in the application of the world’s only portable brain scanner. Now, for the first time ever, the revolutionary application of infrared technology can be applied in a portable, handheld, FDA-cleared, CE Marked assessment tool that empowers physicians to know what’s happening inside the human skull, even before head injury symptoms appear. There is no faster way to assess and triage subdural, epidural, and intracerebral hematomas. The Infrascanner portable brain scanner puts the power to heal in the palm of your hand.
Infrascanner© 2000Is a portable screening device that uses Near-Infrared (NIR) technology to screen patients for intracranial bleeding, identifying those who would most benefit from immediate referral to a CT scan and neurosurgical intervention. LEARN MORE
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InfraScan, Inc. is a medical device company that focuses on developing, commercializing, and distributing our portable brain scanner for head injury and stroke assessment based on near infrared (NIR) technology. The Infrascanner enables clinicians to detect effectively, conveniently, and accurately intracranial bleeding in patients with head trauma.
Intracranial hematomas are an important treatable cause of secondary brain injury in patients with head trauma. Recent statistics from Iraq shows that 30% of all wounded in action have head injuries; of them 40% have brain hematomas. Dr. Britton Chance (University of Pennsylvania) and Dr. Claudia Robertson (Baylor College of Medicine) invented a NIR system for detection of brain Hematomas and tested it successfully in 305 patients in Baylor. Read More