The objective of this patient registry is to collect and analyze physiological data
associated with baseline and brain injury identified in standard clinical practice (Normal
Values, Recovery Curves, Correlation between Symptoms and Other Tests, NCI Index), and to
assess health economics.
The key aims of the VARIA Registry are to determine the real-life testing patterns and
clinical outcomes of newly diagnosed patients with brain injury.
In accordance with the primary objective, the study will collect and analyze physiological
data associated with brain injury identified in normal clinical practice with specific
- Patient demographics, symptoms, NCI Index, and other test results,
- Baseline ranges by demographic group,
- Post-injury patients presenting without a baseline test to be assessed in the context
of the norms for similar patients,
- Recovery curves by demographic,
- Health Economics.
This registry will be a prospective observational study to collect data to describe the
real-life testing patterns and clinical outcomes of newly diagnosed patients with brain
- Any patient receiving a Transcranial Doppler for a brain injury
- Adolescents and Adults
- Written informed consent obtained by the clinician (may not be required for
- Alcohol/substance abuse within the past 6 months, patient reported
- Serious mental illness that might preclude subject's ability to comply with treatment