Epi Care Mobile
Epi-Care Mobile is designed to detect seizures associated with tonic clonic epilepsy. Bringing
new wireless technology to the care of people suffering with epilepsy the Epi-Care Mobile provides second to none safety features.
The sensor,which is paired with an Android smartphone (provided with the sensor), will not
only detect seizures during the night when the wearer is in bed but also when the wearer is going about their normal daily routine.This allows great freedom to not only the wearer but also to family and caregivers.
The Epi-Care sensor is worn around the wrist in much the same way as a watch would be worn. The sensor makes ongoing and very precise measurements of any movement in the wrist and is
able to recognise the difference between epileptic and normal movements.
For information please visit the Sensor page here.
The Epi-Care Mobile App.
The Epi-Care Mobile App.,which is constantly running on the Android smartphone,monitors the sensor at all times. Warnings will be given, via text messages, if the phone loses contact with the sensor, if the sensor battery is low or
if a fault is detected with the sensor. A warning will also be sent if the battery on the phone needs recharging.
There is a log function built into the App.which keeps a record of events.This log,which can be viewed on the phone or emailed directly from the phone,is a very useful diagnostic tool as it allows medical staff to get precise information
on the frequency of seizures.
For additional information about the Epi Care Mobile, please read the datasheet here.
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