Epilert is a wearable device for epilepsy detection supervised by doctors through artificial intelligence.
Epilert is a smart wearable device which uses advanced sensors along with Machine learning to detect epilepsy seizures, send alerts to caregivers, monitor sleep and physical activities. The device connects to a mobile application to sync data and send alerts. It detects seizures from the electrical activity of the body, the sensors transduce it into stress level. Currently the product is undergoing clinical trials.
Goal 3: Good health and well-being
Health Care providers and epileptic patients
This product is currently in the prototyping phase and not yet manufactured at scale, it is currently in clinical trials in Tunisia.
The designers have not yet selected their user provision model.
Connectivity requirement for the product/service to work (mobile internet, SMS, voice, fixed internet, Wi-Fi, other [specify]).
Coverage required for the product/service to work (2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, broadband, dial-up, other [specify]).
Device features required for the product/service to work (bluetooth, Wi-Fi, camera, IVR, GPS, accelerometers/motion sensors, physiologic biosensors, biometric identifiers, SIM, memory card (e.g microSD), other [specify]).
Device(s) type required for the product/service to work (smartphone, feature phone, computer, tablet, other [specify]).
Connectivity requirement for the product/service to work. Some apps/services can work offline. If no, specify if network connectivity is needed at any point (e.g connectivity needed for download).
Is the product/service able to receive and send back information to the user?
Rates of user vs downloads/subscriptions – Compliance rate for the eHealth service
Support according to the literacy level required from the user. If yes, specify type of literacy support. If no, the user is intended to be literate.
Operating system required and software version (Android, IOs, Windows, other [specify])
Power supply required for the product/service to work (uninterrupted prower supply (UPS), ocassional power supply [minimum time required], other).
Education and behavior change, human resource management, decision support, data collection & analytics, electronic medical records, Healthcare provider- CHW training, telemedicine/remote diagnostic, stock management, disease surveillance and reporting
Epilert is a smart wearable device capable of transducing data in the form of electrical signals to stress level. The device functions with the help of a mobile application that can share the data with the healthcare professionals for the diagnosis.
Provided by manufacturer
Replaceable components include the battery of the wearable device.
Designer specified performance targets include detecting epilepsy seizures, sending alerts to caregivers, monitor sleep, and physical activities.
No testing has been completed
Users must take appropriate precautions when using the electrical wearable band.
A reliable power source is required to charge this product.
Sasikala, R., Asuntha, A., & Indirani, S, 2016, Detection and prediction of seizures using a wrist-based wearable platform. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 9(4), 3208-3215.
Ganesh Raam, K., & Sasikala, R., 2016 Detection and Prediction of Seizures using a Wrist-based Wearable Platform. International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications, 9(37), 193-203.
Fisher, R. S, 2012, Therapeutic devices for epilepsy. Annals of neurology, 71(2), 157-168.
Jory, C., Shankar, R., Coker, D., McLean, B., Hanna, J., & Newman, C, 2016, Safe and sound? A systematic literature review of seizure detection methods for personal use. Seizure, 36, 4-15.
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