Infrascanner 2000

Does the Infrascanner 2000 replace the CT or MRI Scanner?

A   No. It enables Hospital staff to prioritise those in need of a CT or MRI scan.  The device enables effective safe post-operative monitoring in ICU / NU.  Not all hospitals have CT or MRI scanners.

Where is the Infrascanner best used?

A  Enables paramedics to determine where to evacuate the patient to:

    • Ambulance / Patient transport including Air Ambulance
    • Hospitals with no CT or MRI facilities
    • Enables Hospitals ED staff to prioritise patients waiting for a CT / MRI scans
    • Military installations / bases & combat field /  Fleet / Ships & Subs
    • Rural & remote communities especially those with no CT or MRI scanners
    • Remote workplaces from Mining sites to Gas & Oil Rigs
    • Major league sports inc Equestrian where high concussion rate exists

Q How does it work?

A  Non-Invasive NIR technology to measure volumes of blood 3.5cm deep from skull surface via 8 points.

Q  How long does it take to scan?

A  3 to 5 minutes depending on hair type and environment.

Q  How accurate is the Infrascanner 2000?

A  Clinical trials & studies resulted in an FDA approval @ 91%

Q  Who can use an Infrascanner?

A  A trained operator. TBID provides training & accredits users  2 hours of training is provided with a support help line.

Q  How do I purchase?

A  $24,750 purchased outright with finance options available.


Q  Is there a competitor to the EyeBOX?

A  No.  The EyeBOX is the only baseline-free test authorised by FDA as an aid in the diagnosis of concussion.

Q  How long does the EyeBOX take to diagnose concussion?

A  In 3 minutes 45 seconds to watch an eye tracking video and the report is generated immediately.

Q  How does the EyeBOX work?

A By watching a video that measures eye movement up to 100,000 data tracking points.

Who can use an EyeBOX?

A  A trained operator. TBID provides training & accredits users  2 hours of training is provided with a support help line.

How do I purchase an EyeBOX?

A  You can purchase outright or with finance options available.  Contact TBID for further information.


Q  Why is the SCAD Deck ahead of any other balance testing device?

A  It has tested over 250,000 athletes for concussion assessment and over 1 million tests in the seniors market for slips, trips and falls.  The advanced sensitivity force plate and software is the most advanced and clinically tested.

Q  Can you use the SCAD Deck to diagnose concussion?

A  The SCAD Deck is used to identify if concussion is present through balance.

Q  What is the SCAD Deck used for?

A  It is used for balance assessment, fall risk analysis, balance improvement programs, concussion management, and vision therapy.

Q  How long does the test take?

A  The concussion balance test is just under 2 minutes.

Q  Are there any other test?

A  Yes there are 5 Assessment Tests being:

  • Balance and Fall Risk Assessment –  is a general balance assessment providing detailed postural sway analysis. After each trial, the centimeters of postural sway are calculated and compared to over 20,000 norms to calculate percentile rankings. In addition, a fall risk assessment of Low, Moderate or High is provided with each test result.
  • Weight Distribution – Accurately determine weight distribution percentages in the left/right and front/back directions as well as the location of body center of pressure as it relates to global postural alignment.
  • CTSIB – Clinical Test of Sensory Integration and Balance is used to assess how the main three sensory feedback systems for balance (i.e. proprioception, vision, vestibular) function relative to one another. Integrated normative data provides percentile rankings for each of the four trials.
  • Limits of Stability – Measure the functional base of support using this biofeedback assessment. Patients stand with feet flat on the plate and lean as far as possible in all directions. The total area, and the area in each quadrant of the plate is calculated in real time.
  • Cervical Challenge – Measure postural sway with the patient’s head in 11 different positions. The different positions expose specific vestibular configurations and performance on each trial can be interpreted and utilised by a trained neurologist.

Q  Can the SCAD Deck help with return to play?

A  Yes there is also training modules that assist with data to determine if the athlete is ready to return to play.  The training modules also assist seniors if they are in the high risk to bring them back to a medium risk and a medium risk back to low risk.

How do I purchase the SCAD Deck?

A  You can purchase outright or with finance options available. Contact TBID for further information.