Learn more about CNS Vitals- Cognitive Stress Test
CNS Vital Signs is a non-invasive, in-office neurocognitive testing procedure that efficiently and objectively assesses a broad spectrum of brain function performance or domains under challenge (cognition stress test) and 50+ computerized clinical and quality rating instruments to enable the measuring of important clinical symptoms, behaviors, and comorbidities to:
- Detect and track even slight (millisecond precision) cognitive impairments that can assist clinicians in the evaluation and management of neurodegenerative, neuropsychiatric, neurotraumatic and neurodevelopmental disorders providing immediate clinical insight into a patients current status and level of impairment
- Give patients, family members and caregivers knowledge of cognitive domains that underpin the ability to conduct activities of daily living
- Establish a neurocognitive baseline in each patient to use in later treatment decisions
- Track clinical endpoints to aid in the monitoring and management of many clinical conditions and treatments e.g., measure the response to treatment like AD/HD medication, rehabilitation efforts, cognitive behavioral
therapy and other brain disorders and measure treatment respond and measure clinical outcomes
CNS Vital Signs leading edge neurocognitive and behavioral health assessment technologies efficiently collects valid and reliable brain & behavioral clinical endpoints providing clinicians with valuable clinical endpoints that help inform the clinical relationship between brain function (central nervous system) and neurocognitive / behavioral dysfunction.
Clinicians use CNS Vital Signs as a BRIEF-CORE assessment to get a rapid or immediate read on a patient’s neurocognitive status. Brain and behavioral specialists use CNS Vital Signs in combination with other valid assessments to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of an individual patient’s status and then continue using CNS Vital Signs to guide rehabilitation and patient management, track treatment or intervention outcomes, and disease progression.