NightWatch is touting its epilepsy detection wearable at CES 2020.
The device is a bracelet that is worn on the upper arm during sleep and can alert caregivers of possible epileptic seizures that could result in unexpected death due to epilepsy, according to the company. The device detects tonic seizures, tonic-clonic seizures, hyper motion seizures and clustered myoclonic seizures and closely monitors heart rate and motion while users are lying down.
NightWatch features an audio and visual alert system with alarms that can be forwarded to cellphones and call systems. It can be connected to the NightWatch Portal where users can see a readout of a wearer’s heart rate and motion data.
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