Second Derivative

Second Derivative is a wireless, wearable device designed to identify and help quantify potentially threatening head impacts. Sensors are placed on the head and neck to record relative motion. Data can be sent to analytic software in real time. This system is designed to be used in conjunction with the Neurotriage System. READ MORE

Neurotriage System

TxBDC has developed handheld portable device capable of quickly measuring an individual’s visual tracking abilities. Through measuring eye movements, we can detect impairments in brain function that are likely to result in poor performance. The system can capture eye movements in under 2-minutes. READ MORE

Opti Speech


Opti-Speech aims to improve analysis of speech production by enabling visualization of the human tongue. The system tracks a patient's tongue shape and motion in real-time and uses VNS to enhance specific movements. READ MORE

Vagus Nerve Stimulator

This wireless implantable device is used to stimulate the vagus nerve located in your neck. When paired with an external controller, it delivers precise electrical stimulation to the vagus nerve during rehabilitation, causing the release of neurotransmitters critical for learning and memory. READ MORE

RePlay Therapy

Motor Recovery Device and Game System

This device is used to guide recovery of hand function after a brain or spinal cord injury. This at-home therapy allows patients play fun and engaging video games which become more challenging as the patient improves. Hand movements are monitored as patients play the games, triggering stimulation of the vagus nerve. READ MORE

Motor Development Sensor

Patients wear the sensors on their arms or legs during normal daily activities. The sensors alert their smart phone when the patient achieves a good movement. The phone then activates vagus nerve stimulation to enhance recovery of those specific movements.

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