PKG Wearable Device Objectively Detects Motor Fluctuations, Dyskinesia, Study Shows

PKG Wearable Device Objectively Detects Motor Fluctuations, Dyskinesia, Study Shows
A wearable motion-tracking device called Personal KinetiGraph (PKG) objectively and effectively assesses Parkinson’s-related motor fluctuations, researchers report. The study, “The role of Personal KinetiGraphTM fluctuator score in quantifying the progression of motor fluctuations in Parkinson’s disease,” was published in Functional Neurology. The PKG system, developed by Global Kinetics Corporation, is a wrist-worn movement recording device. It collects data on a ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2019-07-26By Catarina Silva