When a seizure is detected it will warn the person that it is about to send an SMS message to a carer, in the case of a false alarm the person will be able to cancel the SMS alert. The SMS message contains time, GPS coordinates (if the phone has GPS) and a short message, allowing the carer to raise the alarm and take remedial action or call an ambulance. When the person recovers they press a button to cancel the alarm, which will initiate an end of emergency SMS message.
Epdetect was developed by Kenneth Austin and Robert Dlugosz.
My seizure diary: allows you to record the details of your seizures, including what they are like, what happens and how often you have them.
Export: function means you can package and send your seizure diary by email to your healthcare professionals.
My Medication: allows you record details of the medication you take, including photographs, to help ensure you get the same medication all the time.
My Reminders: allows you to set up a reminder alarm for when to take your medication.
First aid instructions tell you how you can help someone when they have a seizure, and when to dial 999.
Step-by-step recovery guide shows you how to put someone into the recovery position.
About me pages gives you space to record you and your healthcare professionals’ details, information about your diagnosis and tests, a reminder function for questions you might want to ask (with an audio record function).
And Information about epilepsy, medication, managing epilepsy and how to get the best from this app.
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www.epilepsysociety.org.uk Every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct. Please note that information is intended for a UK audience and may change after printing. This information is not a substitute for advice from your own doctors. Epilepsy Society is not responsible for any actions taken as a result of using this information.
However, you can’t have enough information about how to live with this disorder, and this book is written to give you answers to some of the basic questions about epilepsy and its treatments.
For instance did you know that seizures are the only visible symptom of epilepsy?
Did you know that there are different types of seizures and that not everyone displays the same symptoms in the same way?
Finally, did you know that there are other types of seizures that do not necessarily diagnose as epilepsy but are in fact a result of some other disorder?
You need answers to these and the multitude of other questions if you are to be armed with the right ammunition when suspecting epilepsy in yourself or a loved one.
Here is what you will discover inside...
★ The History of Epilepsy
★ What Is Epilepsy?
★ What Are Seizures?
★ Who Is At Risk For Epilepsy?
★ What Are the Causes?
★ Is Epilepsy Genetic?
★ Is Epilepsy Congenital - Will I have it forever?
★ What Is SUDEP (sudden, unexpected death of someone with epilepsy)
★ What Are the Different Types of Epilepsy and Seizures?
★ How Does Epilepsy Affect Thinking and Memory?
★ Epilepsy and Moods, Behavior and Sleep
★ How Is Epilepsy Diagnosed?
★ What Treatments Are Available for Epilepsy?
★ Epilepsy and Diet and Nutrition
★ Living With Epilepsy
★ and much, Much More!
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• how to prevent yourself from epilepsy
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• what are the causes of epilepsy and risk factors
• preparing for your appointment
• tests and diagnosis
• treatments and prevention
• lifestyle and home remedies
• internal medical disorders
• congenital and inherited disorders
• infectious diseases and organisms
• drugs and medication for epilepsy
• easy to read and download & beautiful full screen slideshows
• table of Contents can be used for easy access.
• search option is available for quick search of the topic.
• friendly and easy to use.
• simple uses and indications.
• easy to study, no need to install or keep updating local databases
• important from examination point of view.
• add to favorite option is added.
• always new content will come in regular updates
• internet connection is not required in order to use this app
• 100% Free!!! anyway, this is a great worth app for your heath
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We combined a heart rate monitoring watch (used in fitness) with a specific algorithm in an Android app to detect epileptic seizures which result in tachycardia or bradycardia. The resulting app was made mainly for nocturnal monitoring. This is different than the current technologies which are based on an accelerometer sensor embedded in the phone of the user.
It is a preclinical demonstrator for real-time detection of seizures based on heart rate. The system consists of a body hub ( a smart phone having Bluetooth Low Energy and Android Operating System) and a MIO Alpha Watch which are connected via Bluetooth. The seizure detection application is running on the body hub to classify the data from the Mio Alpha. It can generate a local alarm followed by sending an SMS message in case of a seizure. The user has the possibility to choose where to send the SMS, the amplitude and the temporal thresholds. In addition, the application detects when the system is disconnected or when the sensor is not in contact with the skin.
The application was tested on several mobile phones. We encountered a few problems with the bluetooth connection for older versions. The application worked in the background for a few minutes and after that it disconnected. We eliminated these problems by setting the app to work with its display turned on.
In case of a disconnection please do the following:
-Restart the Bluetooth connection.
-Leave the app to work with the display turned on.
Epilepsy Seizure Detect is a result of a my Erasmus internship at Eindhoven University of Technology (Signal Processing and Systems, Ambulatory Monitoring Group) and Kempenhaeghe Epilepsiecentrum (Netherlands). Epilepsy Seizure Detect was developed by Vlad-Mihai Teohari under supervision of Dr.Constantin Ungureanu, MsC. Vinh Bui, Prof. Dr.Johan Arends and Prof. Dr.Ronald Aarts.
More details including the limitations of the app can be found in the following article "Epilepsy Seizure Detection App for Wearable Technologies" submitted to the "WORKSHOP on Smart Healthcare and Healing Environments" which will take place in Eindhoven, The Netherlands on 11-13 November, 2014. The workshop is in conjunction with AMI'14, European Conference on Ambient Intelligence. You can find them on the following website: http://www.ami-conferences.org/2014 .
This app is not medical certified. We are not liable in any way for any damage or injuries that may occur from the use of this app. If you have any feedback or suggestions to improve the app, please let us know at this email address: vladteohari(at)gmail.com
Here are the things you will find in this app:
- What are the types of Seizures and how to deal with it
- What is Absence Seizures and what are the symptoms
- List of complications of seizure
- List of AED(Anti-Epileptic Drugs) used for Seizure
- How to find out if a person have Seizure and the treatment we can do
- Why Seizure exists and what cause them?
- What is the treatments and medications for Epileptic seizures
- What are the types and symptoms of Partial Seizures
- A detail walkthrough of the stages of Seizure
- What you need to know about seizures in children
This app will help you to understand Epilepsy/Seizure better so that you will
have enough preparation and knowledge to handle it properly.
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The content of this app is for information purpose. It is by no mean a medical advice or anything similar. Everybody is different, so please always consult with your doctor to find the best treatment and solution for your specific situation.
Best comprehensive overview covers the Epilepsy Symptoms. This app has been developed for everyone, all topics has been made to make it useful and interesting.
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Epilepsy Symptoms app feature:
- What Is Epilepsy?
- Epilepsy Symptoms
- Absence Seizures
- Generalized Tonic Clonic Seizures
- Partial Seizures
- Causes of Epilepsy
- Epilepsy in Children
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With the rapid uptake of smartphones, people living with Epilepsy now have a new means to communicate to others immediately prior to, and during a seizure to potentially save their life.
Epilepsy App Alert is a simple "What to do in the event of" guide that a person living with Epilepsy can activate if they sense an aura of an epilepsy about to occur.
It contains simple instructions for other people who discover those having a seizure (sometimes known as a fit) and how to help them.
L'application est prévue à seule fin d'une documentation complémentaire et n'offre pas de conseils de traitement. Vous devez décider vous-même quand vous voulez consulter un médecin. On ne peut pas déduire une prise de comprimés à l'aide de cette application. En achetant et installant l'application vous êtes d'accord avec cettes conditions.
Written by a team of experts from a renowned emergency department and Level 1 Trauma Center, the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook provides the clinical information most frequently used in emergency care -- in a simple, easy-to-use, and portable format.
Emergency Medicine Handbook, 5th Ed. covers:
* Critical care
* Primary care issues, such as hypertension, gastroenteritis, and pharyngitis
*Easy access to critical information.
*Authoritative drug-dosing and disease treatment tables.
*Treatment regimens for scores of common diseases.
*TIMI Risk Score, Nexus Low-Risk Criteria, and CT Grading of Solid Organ Injuries.
*ACLS and PALS algorithms.
*Pediatric and adult visual acuity charts.
Originally a privately-published book intended to serve the needs of a single hospital, the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook has been an overwhelming success. The book's first edition appeared in 1990 and sold almost entirely through word of mouth. This application based on the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook is thoroughly revised and updated, containing the latest treatment protocols, drug dosing guidelines, diagnostic aids, and more.
* Zoom-able images
* Bookmarks & History view
* Searchable index
* Intuitive look-up lists
* Remote content updates
and much more.
* Developed under supervision of a medical doctor.
* We do not sell or otherwise market your personal data to third parties.
Disclaimer: This app is supposed for additional documentation only. It does not make any treatment proposals. You have to decide by yourself, wether you consult a medical doctor or not. A drug intake is expressly not to be deduced from the app. Despite the greatest care during the development of the program, we cannot completely rule out wrong informations, a faulty recording, displaying or a loos of your entered data. For that reason, the use of this app is at own risk. You must agree to that terms to download and install the app.
A key feature of the app is the ability for parents or family members to quickly capture and link videos to a person's seizure record, which will be very useful in helping medical teams diagnose and treat the condition.
Key features (v1.0):
• Record date, time, type and duration of seizures using the calendar
• Record possible trigger factors
• Record features of the seizure, those occurring before, during and after the seizure
• Get quick access to the phone's camera to video-record a seizure and link it later to an entry in the calendar.
• Review seizure details using the customised calendar and seizure log
• Set up a customisable emergency SMS which will then be ready to send with one touch e.g. during aura stage or following a seizure.
• Email your data straight from the app to your email address or to the address of a medical professional
• Create and log your own personalised seizure types, triggers and seizure features
• Key Epilepsy Ireland contacts and services
• Data stored on handset and is password protected.
A range of new features are planned for future releases. For more information on epilepsy and the work of Epilepsy Ireland, see www.epilepsy.ie.