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May 3, 2018 – New Pupillometry Study Published in Nature/Scientific Reports


LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – A new pupillometry study was published in the online journal of Nature/Scientific Reports, the world’s largest online peer-reviewed scientific journal.

The study, “Understanding the Relationship Between the Neurologic Pupil Index and Constriction Velocity Values”, was authored by I Shoyombo, V Aiyagari, S Stutzman, F Atem, M Hill, S Figueroa, C Miller, A Howard and D Olson, from University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX, USA and Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA.


The purpose of the analysis is to examine the prevalence of brisk constriction velocity readings in cases with abnormal Neurological Pupil index™ (NPi®) evaluating 27,462 readings from 1,617 subjects. The study can be viewed here.