YOUR FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE AFTER A CONCUSSION
Head-neck cooling technology before and/or after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in contact sports may represent a sensible, practical, and effective method to potentially enhance recovery and minimize post-injury deficits.
After motor vehicle accidents, sports are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injuries among kids.
Kids aged 16-19 sustain almost 30% of ALL sports- related concussions recorded every year across every sport and age demographic.
for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)
"Furthermore, although systemic hypothermia remains a potentially valid treatment strategy for moderate to severe TBIs, it is neither practical nor safe for mTBIs. Therefore, selective head-neck cooling may represent an ideal strategy to provide therapeutic benefits to the brain. Optimizing brain temperature management using a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spacesuit spinoff head-neck cooling technology before and/or after mTBI in contact sports may represent a sensible, practical, and effective method to potentially enhance recover and minimize post-injury deficits. In this paper, we discuss and summarize the anatomical, physiological, preclinical, and clinical data concerning NASA spinoff head-neck cooling technology as a potential treatment for mTBIs, particularly in the context of contact sports."
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MEDICAL DEVICE ENGINEER
READY FOR ANYTHING
Zero°Collar™ is designed for instant use to help decrease the effects of mild traumatic brain injury.
Ideally suited for athletics, EMS First Responders, military, community events, families, backcountry & public safety.
Zero°Collar™ is intended for single-use cold therapy immediately following mild head & neck injuries.
Always seek immediate medical attention after any head/neck injury.
FORMER REHABILITATION ENGINEER
Spalding Rehab Hospital Denver, CO
Primary area of focus:
Acquired & Traumatic Brain Injuries