Bringing new wireless technology to the care of people with epilepsy, the Epi-Care Free wrist-worn sensor has the ability to detect tonic-clonic seizures while the user is sleeping or awake.
For sufferers of epilepsy, life can sometimes be unpredictable and the fear of seizure is a worry that may affect the freedom and independence of individuals with Epilepsy.
However, this does not need to be the case.
Bringing wireless technology to the care of people with epilepsy, the Epi-Care Free is a wrist sensor with the ability to detect tonic-clonic seizures while the user asleep or awake.
By wearing our Epi-Care Free wrist sensor, you can regain the freedom to live your life independently, knowing that you are in safe hands, should anything go wrong.
The Epi-Care is an easy to use, lightweight, discreet sensor worn on the wrist. The advanced technology is able to detect convulsions and vibrations that occur during tonic-clonic seizures.
It can be configured so that the watch communicates wirelessly with an android smartphone, or, with a control unit that is placed centrally in the home, meaning you are free to move around and live life, whilst the sensor constantly monitors your movements.
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