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WHAT IS THE SEIZURELINK SYSTEM?

The SeizureLink algorithm is muscle activated, not motion activated. It recognizes an electrical muscle signal. Since we recognize this signal on the surface of your skin, it is more properly known as surface electromyography, or sEMG. Because it is recognizing sustained tonic muscle signals, the SeizureLink algorithm can sense when the muscle clenches and tightens. And it does it fast — on an average of 9 seconds versus 30 seconds or more for other alerting watches and devices that rely on waiting for the body to shake. Measuring sEMG is what accounts for its high accuracy of 94%, low false alarm rate of 0.67 per day and only 1 false alarm per 82 nights.* The Monitor alarms and sends out a real-time alert to the app on a mobile device. This alert goes out to your selected caregivers so that you can get help as soon as possible. The event gets logged into a seizure diary on your phone so that you can add details to it later and share with your caregivers.

WHAT DOES SEIZURELINK HELP DETECT?

HOW BIG IS IT? CAN IT BE WORN BY KIDS?

HOW DOES SEIZURELINK WORK AND WHY IS IT DIFFERENT?

DOES IT HAVE TO BE WORN ON THE BICEPS?

WHEN WILL IT BE AVAILABLE?

WILL INSURANCE COVER IT?

CAN I PRE-ORDER

WHAT IS THE AGE FOR WEARERS?

DOES THE SYSTEM HAVE STATUS ALERTS TO HELP ME BETTER MANAGE IT?

HOW DO CAREGIVERS GET NOTIFIED ON THE SEIZURELINK APP?

HOW IS THE CAREGIVER NOTIFIED AND WHAT DOES THE APP DO?

WILL THIS WORK ON MY PHONE?

WHAT IS THE BLUETOOTH RANGE FOR THE MONITOR?

IS IT FDA APPROVED?