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Traumatic brain injury test: clinical performance summary of a pivotal study

Introducing a new, high-sensitivity test to detect blood-based biomarkers of mild traumatic brain injury within 12 hours of head trauma, which gives clinicians the power to predict the absence of intracranial lesions in adult patients with suspected mild traumatic brain injury.

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A major focus of recent studies into the assessment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been the application of biomarkers in identification and clinical management. Evidence suggests that biomarkers can have applications far beyond detecting brain injuries, including: i) determining whether a mild TBI patient presenting in accident and emergency (A&E) requires a computed tomography (CT) scan for identification of intracranial pathology; ii) guiding personalised management and helping direct resources for optimising care; and iii) guiding clinical research of targeted therapies for TBI by providing information about the underlying pathologies of the condition.

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