Future Capability Could Aid in Objective Return-to-Activity Decisions
BrainScope®, a medical neuro-technology company focused on concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) assessment, announced today that researchers have published preliminary results related to a multi-modal concussion assessment capability for potential severity and likelihood of prolonged recovery from concussions. Published in the peer-reviewed journal Computers in Biology and Medicine, the paper entitled, “A multimodal biomarker for concussion identification, prognosis and management” describes a study which enrolled 568 concussed and matched control patients between the ages of 13–25 from 29 colleges and 19 high schools. Subjects were tested at the time of injury and at multiple time points during recovery.
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