King Divick Test
The King Devick test can be performed in two to three minutes on an iPad or paper-based system and uses correlation between visual tracking and cognition to aid in the diagnosis of concussion.
Numbers are read across a page whilst being time in a series of tests to create a player baseline, and performance is compared after injury and during return to play analysis
The King Devick test has been reported to have significant correlations with the visual motor speed , reaction time , verbal memory and visual memory of the Immediate Post-concussion Assessment Cognitive Test (ImPACT)
The software version of the test provides a comparison with previous tests including initial baseline study help aid decision making