Advanced Nystagmus System: ANSTM
REVOLUTIONIZING BRAIN HEALTH
The potential of eye and head movement analysis is unlocked with ANS, our cutting-edge solution that provides objective, reliable, and accurate metrics on brain function.
SIMPLE TESTS, POWERFUL RESULTS
ANS enables healthcare professionals to provide the next standard of care for concussions, vestibular problems, and neurological disorders.
Thanks to our proprietary algorithms and models, we can provide industry-leading accuracy and reliability on advanced metrics while providing an excellent patient experience.
DRIVE RESULTS WITH EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTHCARE
Objective information is critical to accurate diagnosis and care. With ANS, you get the information you need to pinpoint patients' problems and tailor treatment plans to their needs. With subsequent tests, you can monitor their progress and adjust their rehabilitation as needed.
HOW IT WORKS
It starts with a 5-minute set of tests in virtual reality, which measure how the patient’s eyes and head respond to basic tasks. Based on this data, our software generates a report of metrics specific to various key systems in the brain.
A simple 5-minute set of tests in VR to measure how the patient's eyes and head follow targets.
The test data is uploaded to our secure cloud service, where it gets processed.
You receive a report of key metrics on the performance of different centres of the brain.
The following publications are selected from independent research not affiliated in any way with Saccade Analytics. They are provided here for reference on the use of eye and head movements in the evaluation of concussion and neurological disorders.
Snegivera et al. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2017
Early vestibular and visual dysfunction predicts prolonged symptomatology following paediatric concussion
Master et al. British Journal of Sport Medicine 2017
Heitger et al. Brain 2004
Impaired eye movements in post-concussion syndrome indicate suboptimal brain function beyond the influence of depression, malingering or intellectual ability
Heitger et al. Brain 2009
Yacovino et al. Otology & Neurology 2017
Daye et al. The Journal of Neuroscience 2015
Johkura et al. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 2008
Parsons et al. Alzheimer's & Dementia 2017
Damilou et al. Psychophysiology 2016
Frazier et al. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2016