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KEEPING AN EYE ON BRAIN INJURED PATIENTS

THE PRODUCT

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OUR VISION

Bringing Pupillary Monitoring to 21st Century standard;

assisting the medical staff in improving outcomes for brain injured patients

THE NEED

Pupillary reflex assessment is a fundamental and crucial part of the neurological examination. It is a direct indication to brain stem condition, and irregular pupillary response in brain injury cases is an indication that requires immediate clinical attention.

Despite its clinical importance, pupillary examination has not changed in over 100 years, and it is still conducted manually with a conventional light source.

The Need is for an automatic pupil reflex monitoring; assessing neurological status of brain injured patients.

BRAINWATCH

BrainWatch has developed an automatic monitoring system of the pupillary light reflex through closed eyes.

The system is constructed as a head unit and a bedside monitor, using computer vision and AI to continually monitor brain injured patients’ pupillary light reflex without opening their eyes.

The non-invasive system monitors this key indicator automatically, continually, and accurately, the data is analyzed, tracked, and communicated to healthcare professionals.

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MEET THE TEAM

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Health-tech & high-tech

professional, B.Sc. Mechanical

Engineering & MBA from

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Ilan Carmel

CEO

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Head of Endovascular

Neurosurgery unit Hadassah

Ein-Kerm University Hospital,

Jerusalem, Israel

Prof. Jose Cohen

Medical

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PhD in Applied Chemistry

from Hebrew University

Jerusalem, Israel

Dr. Yousef Farraj

Project Manager

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B.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ben Gurion University,

Negev, Israel

Nir Chechik

Algorithm Engineer

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Team

NEWS

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BUSINESS NEWS

THE TIMES OF ISRAEL
18 January 2021


Startup hopes to track coma patients’ condition with goggles that monitor pupils.

Israel’s BrainWatch Tech is working on prototype of device that will automatically measure and record pupillary reactions to light in patients with severe brain injury.

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IP NEWS

BrainWatch patent

is granted in the US and in Japan

1 January 2022


 

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CLINICAL NEWS

First in Human clinical study

1 June 2022

BrainWatch starts FIH clinical study at Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem Israel




 

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