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Traumatic brain injury detection and tracking solution.

We are looking for partners to help us provide a solution for a silent epidemic.

Eyemarker Systems has created the technology and tools for accurate, objective, real-time non-invasive assessment and lifetime concussion tracking of individuals.

The Problem

69 Million people are estimated to suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) each year worldwide.

The Solution

Early, accurate detection of TBI is critical for recovery and prevention of chronic symptoms.

The world is still using a technique developed in the 1800’s that requires seeing the difference of about ½ the size of a single pixel in about ⅕ the blink of an eye.

Sometimes the danger can be hard to see; until now.

Studies show the more concussions you get, the more likely you are to suffer long term consequences, especially if you do not give the brain enough time to heal between injuries. Concussions happen without losing consciousness and you can even experience a concussion without a direct impact to the head with forceful enough blow to the body. Eyemarker systems has created the technology and tools to allow anyone to spot these unseen injuries.

A Concerning Number

As many as 3.8 million sports and recreation-related concussions happen in the U.S. each year.

Looking Closer at the Problem

Concussions and mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) are the hardest to detect and may not always have obvious signs and symptoms.

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Brain Rapid Assessment Device (BRAD)

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Brain Injury Tracker
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EyeMarker Systems Recent Posts

Updates, articles, and industry news.

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ADHD Linked to Kids’ Traumatic Brain Injury Severity

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) severity was tied to post-injury attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, a systematic review and meta-analysis showed. Odds for ADHD…
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The impact of concussions: Blows to the head can have serious effects on an athletes’ mental health

Concussions altered the trajectory of Bennett Gamber’s life. He was on track to potentially become another Olympian out of Steamboat Springs, but two consecutive concussions…
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Latest Wake Forest youth concussion study looks at head impacts during football practice

he latest Wake Forest School of Medicine study on youth football and brain impact has determined that head impacts experienced during practice are associated with…