FEATURED NEWS ITEMFormer Lundbeck CNS Executive, Patrick Cashman, Appointed Vice President, Neurosciences of blinktbi, Inc.
Blinktbi, Inc., a medical device company exploring non-invasive blink reflex technology for a variety of neurological states and conditions, today announced the appointment of Patrick Cashman as Vice President, Neurosciences.Read More
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Blinktbi Accelerates Expansion of EyeStat Platform Technology with Appointment of Jeff Riley as Chief Executive Officer
Charleston, SC, August 27, 2020 – Blinktbi, Inc., a medical device company pioneering blink reflex technology intended to promptly test for and identify a variety of neurological states and…
PressBlinktbi's portable EyeStat device measures blink reflex
EyeStat, cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, delivers data about the blink reflex in less than a minute. It stimulates and measures the blink reflex using light puffs of air, high-speed videography and a proprietary algorithm. A news release from the Medical University of South Carolina said the FDA clearance enables the company to market EyeStat as a measuring tool that displays the mechanically induced blink reflex, though it cannot yet market it as a diagnostic device.
Portable device to monitor the blink reflex cleared by Food and Drug Administration
EyeStat (blinktbi, Charleston, SC), a portable, lightweight device for measuring the natural blink reflex, received clearance by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2019.
NewsBlink reflex parameters in baseline, active, and head-impact Division I athletes
Abstract: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1.6–3.8 million concussions occur each year. Research cites that 21% of traumatic brain injury in children/youth results from…
NewsIEEE Measurements of Brain Reflexes Using a Blink Reflexometer
Abstract Qualitative assessments of the blink reflex are used clinically to assess neurological status in critical care, operating room, and rehabilitative settings. Despite decades of literature…
PressJCSU Testing Device to Gather Data for Concussion Research
The Johnson C. Smith University athletic training staff is using a new technology to help gather data involved in a study to assist in the diagnosis of concussions in collegiate and local high school athletes.