Epilepsy Warning Bracelet Features Technology to Save Lives

More from: | Interesting Engineering |

Smartwatches are the bee’s knees these days. 

Hundreds of thousands of people own them, from Apple Watch to Android ones. But now, scientists have created a first-of-its-kind watch-like bracelet that will save lives.

The Nightwatch, revealed in the Neurology journalreportedly can detect 85 percent of evening epilepsy seizures. No high-tech bracelet has reported numbers even close to that until now.

If all goes well, the Nightwatch can help people with epilepsy by “combining heart rate and movement resulted in reliable detection of a broad range of nocturnal seizures.”

“It is well accepted, is easy to use, and provides accurate measurements over time,” the research states. “The device can also be used to monitor epilepsy treatment.”

How Does It Work?



Read full article » https://interestingengineering.com/epilepsy-warning-bracelet-features-technology-to-save-lives?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=article&utm_content=30122018

About | Interesting Engineering |

Founded on the core mission of connecting likeminded engineers around the globe, Interesting Engineering is now a leading community with more than 7 million+ minds . Every day we share a new idea, a new thought, an upcoming technology OR an engineering breakthrough that will change the way you think about technology and engineering in today’s world and in the near future. Whether it’s a device that can charge your mobile in seconds or it’s the latest model of Boeing that has launched moments ago, we will bring everything up on your screen to view, share and grant you the power to comment. We believe that sharing is the only way that can enrich and empower humans on this earth and we follow this as our core mission and responsibility. If you have something that could entice the world, then Interesting Engineering is a perfect platform to show off your work to the outside world.

»Twitter: @IntEngineering »Facebook: @interestingengineering »YouTube: Interesting Engineering