Smart Cap for Better Traumatic Brain Injury Rehab

A cap that facilitates continuous non-invasive monitoring to correct intracranial pressure imbalance to improve rehab and lead to a faster return to productivity


Major/ Severe TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) patients need to undergo a craniectomy procedure in order to treat massive bleeding/elevated ICP (Intracranial Pressure). These patients are then transferred to rehabilitation centers for recovery. However due to the portion of the skull still open, their ICP is imbalanced, causing deterioration in their cognitive and motor state in the interim period (1-3 months until bone defect is replaced). 

Medical experts believe that standard use of a decompression cap would drastically speed up the rehabilitation process, and dramatically shorten hospitalization time. This would have huge benefits for both patients and hospitals/rehabilitation centers.


Dr. Lihi Mansano, Loewenstein Rehabilitation Center

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Avital Pritz, Director of Medical Devices and Digital Health

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A smart cap that provides continuous, non-invasive monitoring to correct pressure imbalance by applying negative pressure over the skin flap

There is currently no commercial solution available in the world.
The few studies that used a decompression cap were using it for only a few days, and ran into operational difficulties, because of cap design issues, and yet they had seen dramatic results within days.

The concept has been developed

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