New test can help in quick diagnosis of ADHD
ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder usually takes time to diagnose.
A child has to be taken to a specialist for many tests for the signs to be observed.
Now a new technology called Braingaze can make the diagnosis possible within minutes.
It does this by using the eye movements as a way to track the person's attention span. This way it can give an indicator of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder within 10 minutes.
Diagnosing ADHD using regular methods can take up to 10 weeks.