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C-Eye PRO

The C-Eye System is a medical device being a fully integrated system supporting the evaluation of the state of consciousness of patients suffering from any central nervous system disorder, enabling neurorehabilitation for people with neurological dysfunctions and impaired development. The C-Eye System also supports alternative communication thanks to eye tracking technology. The evaluation and neurorehabilitation of a patient suffering from neurological disorders and impaired development consists in performing special tasks based on multimedia contents. The subject establishes interaction with contents displayed on the screen using their sight, i.e.: graphics, photographs and captions. This way, specific centres of the central nervous system are both evaluated and stimulated, especially centres responsible for sight, hearing, speaking and cognitive functions. 

 

C-Eye has been dedicated for patients after/with:

- traumatic brain injury - TBI (e.g. car accident), hypoxia (e.g. sudden cardiac arrest - SCA), quadriplegia, cerebral palsy, post-comatose state, minimally conscious state, dysarthria

 

C-Eye is helpful for patients in/with:

- unresponsive wakefulness syndrome - UWS, „vegetative state”, aphasia, multiple sclerosis – group of immobilized patients, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis - ALS, developmental disorders / mental disabilities (children), Rett syndrome, muscular dystrophies, neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer Disease

 

The C-Eye is being used by following specialist in rehabilitation centers and hospitals:

  • neurologists
  • speech therapists
  • psychologists (cognitive therapy)
  • physiotherapists
  • nurses