epilepsy

Wearables can help assess of myoclonic jerks

Wearables can help assess of myoclonic jerks

A study shows that wearable sensor technology can be used to reliably assess the occurrence of myoclonic jerks in patients with epilepsy also in the home environment.

A conductive hydrogel for medical applications

A conductive hydrogel for medical applications

Researchers have developed a method to produce graphene-enhanced hydrogels with an excellent level of electrical conductivity.

Wristband predictings pediatric seizures

Wristband predictings pediatric seizures

Researchers have evaluated whether data derived solely from these wristbands could accurately predict various types of seizures in pediatric patients.

A smart port for the brain

A smart port for the brain

Researchers are creating a smart port to the brain that will use artificial intelligence to selectively stimulate tissue regrowth and seizure intervention.

A microrobot for brain disease research

A microrobot for brain disease research

Researchers have developed a neural cell delivery microrobot that connects neural networks by accurately delivering neurons to the intended locations under the in vitro environment.

Monitoring sleep positions for a healthy rest

Monitoring sleep positions for a healthy rest

Researchers have developed a wireless, private way to monitor a person’s sleep postures using reflected radio signals from a small device mounted on a bedroom wall.

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