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(King Devick test)
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  • Performance Times for the King-Devick Test in Children and Adolescents. [Journal Article]
    Clin J Sport Med 2019; 29(5):374-378Gubanich PJ, Gupta R, … Logan K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The KD test performance was reported in a cohort of youth aged 8 to 18 years, allowing for comparison of performance in individuals who may not have a baseline assessment. If baseline testing is desired, at least yearly intervals seems to be appropriate through childhood and early adolescence.
  • A Reliability and Comparative Analysis of the New Randomized King-Devick Test. [Journal Article]
    J Neuroophthalmol 2019Nguyen MQ, King D, Pearce AJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The "randomized" version of the K-D test, using different sets of numbers, demonstrates good reliability that is comparable to the traditional K-D testing protocol that uses the same number sets. However, similar to the "traditional" K-D test, learning effects were also observed in the "randomized" test, suggesting that learning effects are not because of content memorization, but rather familiarity of the test. As a result, although either test format is suitable for sideline concussion screening or return to play decisions, comparison of data should be made to the individual's baseline rather than to normative data sets.
  • Effects of Exercise on EEG Activity and Standard Tools Used to Assess Concussion. [Journal Article]
    J Healthc Eng 2019; 2019:4794637Devilbiss DM, Etnoyer-Slaski JL, … Simon AJ
  • A variety of cognitive assessment tools are used to determine the functional status of the brain before and after injury in athletes. Questionnaires, neuropsychological tests, and electroencephalographic (EEG) measures have been recently used to directly assess brain function on and near the playing field. However, exercise can affect cognitive performance and EEG measures of cortical activity. T…
  • Chokes in mixed martial arts. Comment on Hubbard et al. Brain Injury (2019; 33: 349-354). [Journal Article]
    Brain Inj 2019; 33(7):959-960Stellpflug SJ, LeFevere RC
  • This letter to the editor is in response to "The King-Devick test in mixed martial arts: the immediate consequences of knock-outs, technical knock-outs, and chokes on brain functions" by authors Hubbard et al., published in Brain Injury (2019; 33: 349-354). This study explored the impact of events significant enough to end mixed martial arts training sessions or matches, with "event" meaning a kn…
  • Evaluation of the Commercial, Off-the-Shelf (COTS) King-Devick Eye Tracking System. [Journal Article]
    Mil Med 2019; 184(Suppl 1):571-578Onge PS, Temme LA, … Byrd BK
  • Concussion biomarkers are important guides for diagnosis and return-to-duty decisions. Recent literature describes the King-Devick (KD) test as a sensitive sports-related concussion screener. This test involves timing an individual reading aloud 120 digits printed on three test cards. The test is commonly considered to evaluate the effects of concussion and other factors on reading-related eye mo…
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