Med Exams On Lien Offers Fast and Accurate Concussion Screening with EyeBOX

Obtain fast and accurate concussion screening with the EyeBOX, an FDA-cleared, non-invasive, and objective tool that can be used to screen for concussions and other T.B.Is.

The EyeBOX uses a proprietary algorithm to analyze eye movements. This algorithm has been shown to be highly accurate in detecting abnormalities associated with concussions and other T.B.Is. The EyeBOX can also be used to track the progress of a patient's recovery from a T.B.I.

The EyeBOX is a valuable tool for any healthcare professional who treats patients with concussions and other T.B.Is. It is a safe, effective, and efficient way to screen for these common and often debilitating injuries.

The EyeBOX is also a valuable tool for attorneys. It can help to quickly and accurately assess a client's condition and make informed decisions about their care.

How EyeBOX Works

The EyeBOX is an FDA-cleared, non-invasive, and objective tool that can be used to screen for concussions and other T.B.Is. It works by capturing 100,000 data points based on subtle eye movements and cranial nerve function. These data points are then analyzed by a proprietary algorithm to generate a BOX score and report indicating the likelihood of concussion. The EyeBOX can be used in a variety of settings, including doctor's offices, schools, and sports facilities. It is easy to use and does not require a baseline for comparison.

The EyeBOX test is a four-step process:

1. The patient sits in front of the EyeBOX
device and watches a video

The EyeBOX device is a non-invasive, portable device that is used to assess eye movement and cranial nerve function. It is a valuable tool for diagnosing and monitoring a variety of neurological conditions, including stroke, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease.

2. The device tracks the patient's eye
movements and cranial nerve function.

The device works by tracking the movement of the patient's eyes as they watch a video. The video is designed to stimulate the different cranial nerves, which control eye movement. The device's sensors track the movement of the eyes and send this data to a computer.

3. The data is analyzed by the proprietary algorithm to
generate a BOX score and report.

The computer analyzes the data using a proprietary algorithm to generate a BOX score and report. The BOX score is a measure of the patient's eye movement and cranial nerve function. The report provides detailed information about the patient's eye movements, as well as any abnormalities that may be present

4. The doctor reviews the report and
discusses the results with the patient.

The doctor reviews the report and discusses the results with the patient. The doctor can use the results of the test to diagnose a neurological condition, monitor the progression of a condition, or assess the effectiveness of treatment.

If you are an attorney, or healthcare professional who is working with clients involved in Personal Injury or Workers Compensation cases, please contact Med Exams On Lien today to learn more about how we can help you with your clients' concussion screening needs.

  • Fast and accurate concussion screening

  • Non-invasive and objective

  • Portable and easy to use

  • Valuable tool for attorneys, and other healthcare professionals
    in the Workers Compensation and Personal Injury fields

To learn more about how Med Exams On Lien can help you with your clients' concussion screening needs, please contact us below

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