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International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
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Mon4t

Target population: Parkinson's Disease, Tremor 

Measures: Tremor, Bradykinesia, Gait / Mobility, Cognition, Speech, Limbs of motion (goniometer), Static balance, Finger tapping test, Affective indicators

Clinical support:  Diagnostic, Monitoring 

Mon4t provides an holistic monitoring of motor, cognitive & affective neurological symptoms. Most of the tests are already cleared by the FDA. There is a Health Professional version, offering any physician, nurse or any other health service provider, an inclusive lab-on-a-smartphone platform for evaluating the patient in the clinic. The  Home version, is being prescribed to the patient according to the needed endpoints, including reminder and instructions for running standard active tests (e.g. TUG, Finger Tapping, voice recording), as well as passive data monitoring to evaluate mobility, activity, seclusion and more. 

The app relies only upon sensors existing in any smartphone (e.g. accelerometers, gyroscope, touchscreen etc) and does not require any external devices. The results are being communicated back to the physician in a simple manner, offering real-world medical insight, used for research, diagnostics, and treatment adjustment.   


Languages: Any language 

Platform: Mobile Phone (iPhone, Android) 

User interfaces: Patients, Caregivers (professional/non-professional), Research study personnel, Doctors, Therapists 

Additional Features:

  • Can generate a database
  • Control data available
  • Data stored in MS Azure
  • Data is co-owned by user and Mon4t
  • Support for usage/test-setting/analysis available. Additional cost.

 


For more information:
Dr. Gilad Yahalom
gyahalom@gmail.com
ziv@mon4t.com

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