The device, based on technology developed at Florey Neuroscience Institute, records data every two minutes on a patient's movement disorders
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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