SeizAlarm: Seizure Detection Mobile/Watch Application

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Updated: 03/11/2022

Device Description

SeizAlarm is a user-friendly iPhone and Apple Watch app which allow those with epilepsy and other seizure disorders to alert emergency contacts automatically when seizure-like motion or elevated/low heart rate is detected. Help requests can also be sent manually if immediate help is needed or if help might be needed soon.

Company or Institution

SeizAlarm, LLC

Team Description

Co-founders: Greg Pabst and Bryan Heitman

Monitoring Categories

Accelerometer

How is the device worn?

External Wearable

Body Placement

Apple Watch (on wrist) or Apple iPhone (on arm using an arm band is recommended)

How is data transmitted?

Bluetooth connection between Apple Watch and iPhone. iPhone securely sends requests to cloud servers via the internet to send out the help requests via phone call, text message and email.

How is data stored?

How is data from the device stored (e.g., cloud storage)?

Log data is stored securely in cloud storage.

Device Action

Alert System for Caregiver
Alert System for Person Wearing the Device

Development Stage

On Market
Preclinical Testing

Publications

Yes

Looking for Collaborations

Yes

List of Publications

Neurology Now

Is the device inter operable with other devices?

No

Does the device have a time stamping component?

Yes

Point of Contact

Greg Pabst ([email protected])

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