FDA approves handheld device to assess traumatic brain injury

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved Ahead 300, a handheld medical device that helps clinicians diagnose a traumatic brain injury.

The device's electroencephalography technology uses algorithms and machine learning to analyze patient data in various clinically relevant measures. The device then produces a digital report of the patient's results to help clinicians assess the injury.

BrainScope, based in Bethesda, Md., developed the device, which it hopes to launch in the coming months.

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