Thermamed launches mobile brain haemorrhage test:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Thermamed, a German company based in Hamm, launched a hand-held device for assessing brain haemorrhage at the site of an accident. The mobile phone-sized Smart Scan device uses near-infrared light to assess the presence of blood in the cerebrospinal fluid space in the brain or in the outer layers of the brain. The device was developed with Thermamed's partner Odim, which manufactures the device. Typical users include emergency room doctors, ambulance staff and the military, said Thermamed.
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