Head Case Mobile App
The Head Case Mobile App works with the Head Case Impact Sensor as a field-side tool when a large collision results in a potential injury. The Head Case Mobile App serves as a diagnostic tool that walks parents and coaches through a step-by-step field side test to help detect symptoms of a potential concussion.
The first set of questions is incident-related, reviewing what happened in the collision; while the second set of questions involve patient response. Once an athlete has completed the field-side concussion symptom detection test, the data from the test is relayed to the user's profile on the Head Case Website where it is paired with impact data collected from the sensor.
If an athlete fails the concussion test, the test results are automatically uploaded to the Head Case Website, and an alert is sent out to the designated emergency contacts. In that alert, information on local medical treatment facilities is immediately provided via the Head Case Mobile App.
How It Works
If a player receives a questionable hit, the Head Case Mobile App provides a field-side test which coaches and parents can use to detect symptoms of a potential concussion.
The Head Case Mobile App asks 30 questions designed to help detect symptoms of a potential concussion.
Concussion test results help users make informed decisions about whether they should continue play, suspend play, or seek treatment.
If an athlete fails a concussion test, the test results are automatically uploaded to the Head Case Website, and an alert is sent out to the designated emergency contacts
The Head Case Mobile App then assists users in finding the best treatment facilities in the athlete’s current area.