Infrascanner Detects Brain Trauma At the Scene of Accidents

A portable wand that uses Near-Infrared (NIR) technology can detect hemorrhaging in the brain and help medical professionals assess if a person needs a CT scan or surgery.

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About Mark J. Ashley

Providers of brain injury rehabilitation services.
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1 Response to Infrascanner Detects Brain Trauma At the Scene of Accidents

  1. DaveB says:

    This is a very good news. In this post about Traumatic Brain Injuries Caused by Auto Accidents they say that the largest percentage of TBI deaths (31.8 percent) is caused by motor vehicle accidents. I do have some one in my family suffering from TBI and I know how important a fast diagnostic tool can be when used at the right moment.

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