These concussion goggles, being developed by University of Miami Dr. Michael Hoffer, can be used to detect head injuries on the playing field or in battle. With a better indication of injury, doctors can decide when a soldier or player should be sidelined or return to action.
These concussion goggles, being developed by University of Miami Dr. Michael Hoffer, can be used to detect head injuries on the playing field or in battle. With a better indication of injury, doctors can decide when a soldier or player should be sidelined or return to action. Picasa Photo Courtesy Neuro Kinetics
These concussion goggles, being developed by University of Miami Dr. Michael Hoffer, can be used to detect head injuries on the playing field or in battle. With a better indication of injury, doctors can decide when a soldier or player should be sidelined or return to action. Picasa Photo Courtesy Neuro Kinetics

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