Pros of King-Devick Test:
- Quick administration
- Integrated vision and balance measures (as separate products)
Cons of King-Devick Test:
- No FDA clearance
- No normative data available in the absence of a baseline
- Evaluates only eye movements
- Lack of consistency in studies of reliability and validity
What is King-Devick Test?
King-Devick Test (commonly referred to as the KD test) is a number naming assessment, created by King-Devick Technologies, that measures eye movements, attention, and language in order to identify deficits.
Is King-Devick FDA cleared?
King-Devick Test is not FDA cleared for assessing concussions. Here’s a list of FDA products cleared for assessing head injuries.
Before making any decisions, read through the Buyer’s Guide for 8 questions you should be asking before choosing a concussion assessment tool.