Infrascanner Clinical Applications Cleared in USA
Hospital & Emergency Room Monitoring
Infrascanner provides mobile brain scanning and bedside monitoring for patients undergoing observation for small or delayed hematomas.
Since approximately 20% of trauma-related hematomas do not appear for more than 12 hours following an accident, Infrascanner can be used effectively as a bedside monitoring tool for hospital patients undergoing observation.
Traumatic brain injury diagnostic tool for mass-casualty events.
Objective adjunct tool for expedited evacuation decision-making.
The Infrascanner has a very specific application in detecting Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on the battlefield and in routine military settings where timely triage is critical. Recognizing its battlefield potential, the United States Navy’s Office of Naval Research and the United States Marine Corps have invested significantly in Infrascanner’s mobile brain scanner’s development and have successfully field tested it for traumatic brain injury diagnosis. Early hematoma detection is life saving technology that also supports prioritized evacuation of injured military personnel. The USMC has now fully deployed Infrascanner at all its battalion aid stations.
Screening in Remote Areas
Rapid initial evaluation with our mobile brain scanner enables critical decisions on whether to leave a traumatic brain injury patient in a local hospital or evacuate to a trauma center.
Head trauma patients can now be diagnosed at the site of injury by first responders. Infrascanner can be used in remote villages, small towns, islands, mines, sport clubs, skiing sites, hospitals and other locations that lack convenient access to CT scanners or neurosurgeons.
Infrascanner can aid in the decision to evacuate injured athletes to a trauma center or observe locally.
The growing recognition of sports-related brain trauma creates an ideal application area for Infrascanner. In contact sports like football, rugby, soccer, boxing and others, Infrascanner can provide sideline accuracy and help aid in the decision to evacuate injured athletes to a trauma center.