Army awards $2.5M for work on TBI screening device

03/11/2013 | MedCityNews.com

The Army has awarded NeuroWave Systems $2.5 million to develop SeizTBI, a wearable device that medics can use to detect traumatic brain injury among troops in combat. The system is a miniaturized model of the firm's NeuroFAST brain monitor, cleared by the FDA, and will be used to automatically capture electroencephalogram data to identify early TBI signs.

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