Florey Neuroscience Institutes neurologist Professor Malcolm Horne said one of the problems for Parkinson’s sufferers was that symptoms varied from day to day. The device is worn by patients for 10 days, which allows neurologists to get a broad picture of what is happening most of the time.
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The device, based on technology developed at Florey Neuroscience Institute, records data every two minutes on a patient's movement disorders
Researchers have developed a wristwatch-like system that will allow the movement of Parkinson’s patients to be accurately monitored.
The Global Kinetics Team presented at the 2013 International Congress on Mental Dysfunction and other Non-motor related features in Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders in South Korea in April.
The symposium “What happens when we are not there? Ambulatory assessment of motor and non-motor features of PD” chaired by Prof Ray Chaudhuri and Prof Mal Horne with presenters Dr Kate Kotschet and