Medical devices for people’s health.
The PD-Watch, an acronym for Parkinson’s disease watch, is a medical device that allows the processing of data regarding the body movements of adult patients with Parkinson’s disease. It intends to provide information on patients’ motor states, including tremors, bradykinesia, dyskinesia, and ON/OFF states.
The PD-Watch has been designed and developed to provide medical personnel with aid to refine the patient’s treatment plan in order to reduce symptoms and motor complications, ensuring the patient spends more time in a normal motor state.
Clinical trials are essential for the development of new treatments and new diagnostic therapeutic solutions.
Our technology offers a reliable solution for collecting objective information on motor signs related to Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor, and Huntington’s chorea.
Our solution is highly customisable and suitable and has undergone a wide range of research.
It is also possible the integration of our algorithms into other solutions.
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