>> Save time on routine examinations <<
- Simplify and objectify pupillary assessment
- Examiner-independent results
- Accurate measurements under all circumstances
- Follow-up between shift changes
>> QPi Score <<
Quantitative Pupillometry Index
The QPi is the score allowing a quick interpretation of the pupillary light reflex of patients.
>> Automated Quantitative Pupillometry <<
- Precise measurement of pupil size (miosis/mydriasis)
- Quantitative measurement of the Quantitative Pupillary Light Reflex (QPi Score)
- Detection of anisocoria
- Visualisation of trends for early change detection
>> Beyond Pupil Examinations <<
- Neurological diagnosis of critically ill patients
- Monitoring after primary and secondary brain injuries
- Prognosis after cardiac arrest
- Non-invasive Intracranial Pressure Monitoring
- Triage and Assessment Tool
>> Designed for daily practice in ICU <<
The NeuroLight is suitable for use in Intensive Care Units, Neuro-ICUs and Emergency departments.
- Easy-to-use device
- Mobile and rechargeable
- Traceability and data transfer
- No proprietary consumables
>> Video <<
>> Technical Data <<
- Pupillary size measurement
- Photomotor reflex measurement
- Trend curve
- Suggestion for interpretation
- Absolute measurements without calibration
- Wireless charging station
- Patient identification by barcode reading
- Reusable or disposable eyecup
Standards and safety
- EN60601-1 (Medical Electrical Equipment)
- IEC 62471 (Infrared light)
- CE 2a class marking (CE 0459)
- Latex Free
- Real-time measurement
- 320 Lux flash of light
- 0,1 mm precision
- Data transfer
- Eyecup opaque to ambient light
>> References <<
1. Neurological examination of critically ill patients: a pragmatic approach. Report of an ESICM expert panel. Intensive Care Med. 2014 Sharshar T, Bruder NJ, Velly LJ et al.
2. Neurological Complications and Noninvasive Multimodal Neuromonitoring in Critically Ill Mechanically Ventilated COVID-19 Patients Denise Battaglini, Gregorio Santori, et al.
3. Consensus summary statement of the International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring in Neurocritical Care. Le Roux P, et al.
4. Automated quantitative pupillometry for the prognostication of coma after cardiac arrest. Suys T, Payen JF, et al.
5. Quantitative pupillometry and transcranial Doppler measurements in patients treated with hypothermia after cardiac arrest. Heimburger D, Payen JF et al.
6. Correlations Between Hourly Pupillometer Readings and Intracranial Pressure Values. for healthcare professionals from the Neurocritical. McNett M, et al.
7. Noninvasive Intracranial Pressure Monitoring for Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: A Concise Update on Current Methods. 2018. Narayan V, et al.
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