The Infrascanner is approved for sale in International markets and in the United States for the following applications

Emergency Rooms

  • Patient screening during peak time: Fast screening to determine urgency of imaging and proper prioritization for CT scan.
  • Screening patients who can’t be neurologically evaluated or patients sensitive to CT radiation to determine the urgency of CT scan: Alcohol or drug intoxicated patients, pregnant women, etc.
  • More efficient use of hospital resources.


Intensive Care Units

  • Bedside monitoring for patients left for observation for small or delayed hematomas and post neurosurgery patients.
  • Saving administrative and logistic costs for the hospital.


Military Field Hospitals

  • Screening tool for mass-casualty events (like blast victims and others).
  • Objective adjunct tool for a decision on urgency and way of evacuation.


Remote Locations

  • Hospitals without Neurosurgeons: Fast initial evaluation enables better decision on whether to leave the patient in the hospital or to evacuate to a trauma center.
  • Triage tool allowing objective decision on the method of evacuation.
  • Low cost solution for regional TBI coverage: Reduce unnecessary evacuation expenses & pressure on regional trauma centers and upgrades local abilities.



  • Number of sports types has a high rate of brain trauma: American football, Rugby, Soccer, Cycling, Boxing and others.
  • Shortly after trauma it can aid in the decision on whether to evacuate injured athletes urgently to a trauma center of just observe locally, and evacuate later.


For the following applications the Infrascanner is approved for sale in International markets but not in the United States and is limited by federal law to investigational use in the US in those applications


Ambulance Services

  • Fast triage of trauma patients by making the right decision on where to evacuate the injured.
  • Improving patient outcomes and saving time and money on transportation to the correct facility and alerting ER while providing vital information on patient status, including the presence of hematoma, its location and development dynamics.



  • Triage of little children (where GCS is not reliable).
  • Objective adjunct tool for a decision on further investigation for light trauma patients.
  • Reducing the frequency for high radiation CT based procedures for monitoring of delayed or small hematomas.