By using a single sensor, advanced algorithms, and signal processing methods, the Holter monitors and records the patient’s Parkinson's Disease motors symptoms. The device contains an accelerometer, rechargeable battery for 7 days, data storage of at least 1 year.
A device with Android or iOS is used to enter patient data and configure some specific values of each person. These data can also be obtained directly from the health platform, where the Holter is integrated.
Once this step is done, the Holter works autonomously. As long as it is carried by the patient, it does not need any type of actuation nor connection.
Since the device is not invasive, the patient might use it in normal life, carrying the sensor in a comfortable and discreet belt, while the holter registers its motor status at every moment of the day.
Then a report of the patient’s motor status is generated.
The Holter does not provide any type of diagnosis, but with the information provided in the temporary charts, health professionals can accurately determine the true state of a patient and determine the best treatment in each case.