Development of a new, non invasive absolute Intracranial Pressure (aICP) measurement device based on ultrasound and Doppler technologies

Description

The BrainSafe II project aims to develop innovative technology for non-invasive fast-and-easy, accurate and precise absolute intracranial pressure (aICP) diagnostics. The timely application of the device in the diagnosis of TBI patients will save approximately 9.400 lives, reduce the number of permanently disabled citizens by 30.000 and increase the survival rates and lifespan for an additional 136.000 patients with TBI within the EU annually. The innovative aICP measurement device will completely eliminate all the risks associated with invasive methods of ICP diagnostics.


KEY DATES
  • Status
  • Completed
  • Project Launch
  • 01 October 2009
  • Project completed
  • 01 October 2010
intracranial diagnostics TBI
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