Seizure Detection and Devices

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The Emfit MM™, Movement Monitor is designed to detect faster, abnormal movements that may occur during the night, and will sound a high-frequency alert if these movements continue past a preset amount of time. https://www.epiusa.net/

SmartWatch Inspyre™ by Smart Monitor detects repetitive shaking motion, it signals the user’s device (iPhone or Android phone) to send text and phone call alerts to whomever the SmartWatch Inspyre™ user designates, such as multiple family members and care providers. https://smart-monitor.com/about-smartwatch-inspyre-by-smart-monitor/

Embrace2 is the only FDA-cleared wrist-worn wearable in epilepsy. It detects possible convulsive seizures and instantly alerts caregivers, whether they’re sleeping next door or are living miles away. Created to offer round-the-clock safety and comfort, to help people with epilepsy get help when they need it most.     https://www.empatica.com/en-eu/ 

SAMi® is a sleep activity monitor for caregivers and individuals who need to watch carefully for unusual movements at night. https://www.samialert.com/

SeizAlarm.com – SeizAlarm is a user-friendly seizure detection app which allows those with epilepsy and other seizure disorders to alert emergency contacts automatically when seizure-like motion or a concerning heart rate is detected.  http://seizalarm.com/

Seizure Tracker  – Record seizure activity as it happens with the Seizure Tracker mobile apps. Having a seizure recorder handy will improve the accuracy of the data you collect and help your care providers make better treatment decisions.  https://seizuretracker.com/ 

Medical Alert Bracelets: Medical bracelets allow first responders to learn that you have epilepsy. There are a few places you can get reliable medical ID bracelets:

Anti Suffocation Pillow: Sleep-Safe pillows don’t require carer intervention in order to ‘work properly’ – they are designed to help prevent fatal suffocation events during sleep seizures occurring in domestic or care settings where 24-hour continuous monitoring is not entirely practical.  https://www.sleep-safe.co.uk/select-usa-canada/

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