Personal KinetiGraph for Parkinson Disease Shown to Capture Novel Information for Physicians

New study results have shown that the Personal KinetiGraph (PKG), is able to provide novel additional information about patients with Parkinson disease beyond what is regularly captured in routine clinic visits.1

The PKG, a wearable monitoring device which detects, quantifies, and reports movement disorder symptoms in these patients, provided information significant enough to result in a change in the medical management of almost one-third of patients in the study. Ultimately, 41% (n = 46) of physicians surveyed indicated that the device provided relevant additional information considered sufficient enough to consider a therapeutic management plan adjustment.2 Read full article here

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