Hypoxic and Anoxic Brain Injury

Hypoxic and anoxic brain injuries occur when the brain either receives no oxygen (anoxic) or not enough oxygen (hypoxic) for a period of time. Without adequate oxygen, the brain cannot function properly and brain cells can perform abnormally or even die.

These types of injuries are difficult to diagnose as they can present a wide variety of emotional, cognitive and physical symptoms. CereScan’s functional brain imaging can provide clarity by identifying and measuring the areas of the brain that may have been damaged due to lack of oxygen.