Editors' Note: The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This download may not be available in some countries.
The King-Devick Concussion Screening Test is an objective, rapid sideline screening test for concussions which can be administered by parents, coaches, athletic trainers or medical professionals in minutes. With supporting research published in 2011 by a major Neurology journal and as reported on by more than 30 major news periodicals, the King-Devick Test is an accurate and reliable method to help identify athletes with head trauma on the sidelines. It has particular relevance to sports such as football, hockey, soccer, and basketball in addition to all other contact or collision sports and to any situation where a person may suffer head trauma, including accidents at home.The King-Devick Test measures the speed at which a series of numbers are read accurately. The test involves reading aloud a series of single digit numbers from left to right, taking less than two minutes to administer. The King-Devick Test can capture impairment of eye movements, attention span, language, and other areas which correlate with suboptimal brain function and therefore predict worse outcomes in concussion.The King Devick Concussion Screening Test app allows you to test up to three subjects. First a baseline test is measured and then post-injury testing may be carried out as often as needed. It is recommended that a baseline is updated annually. If you need to test more than three subjects you can purchase an inapp annual subscription to add additional subjects.Access to the King-Devick Test Online System is included for the first year. This browser-based system allows you access to athletes data wherever you are, and provides sophisticated data management facilities. The athletes data is automatically backed up to the King-Devick Test Online System when an internet connection is available. The King-Devick Concussion Screening app does not need an internet connection to run the test.Note: Please do not install this app on an iPad Mini as the test cards have only been validated on a normal size iPad.
What's new in this version:
Bug fixes, primarily related to re-baselining.Added Snapshot feature for troubleshooting.