Youth with Epilepsy

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If you are a young person with epilepsy, your everyday life is probably dependent on whether you live at home with your parents or if you have moved to your own place.

If you live with your parents or with a boy- or girlfriend or just a friend you have the opportunity of letting EDDI monitor you so your relatives will be notified if you have a tonic-clonic epileptic seizure. You wear Senses and your relative can have the A-Unit.

EDDI can help to provide both you and them with a new freedom and safety:

  • Your Freedom as EDDI offers you to have some time on your own instead of close monitoring
  • Your Safety in terms of you knowing, that EDDI will notify your relatives if a tonic-clonic epileptic seizure sets in, so that you are not alone during and after your seizure.
  • Their Safety in terms of your relatives knowing if a seizure occurs and their Freedom not having to monitor you all the time for “just in case”

IMPORTANT. EDDI is NOT able to replace a person. EDDI is a helping aid, which can make the day and the part about notifying (and in a later version writing down) in relation to tonic-clonic epileptic seizures much easier.

 

Perspective of a future version of EDDI:

If you live alone, EDDI will help you keep track of your tonic-clonic epileptic seizures, and thereby make sure that you have all the right information for the physicians, which means your medication can be adjusted accordingly. Visiting the physician you bring the diary information with a track record of your tonic-clonic epileptic seizures. Additional you are able to monitor seizure during the night and keep track of events the day before looking into a pattern.

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Brain Sentinel Inc. acquired IctalCare A/S’s assets including the
EDDI epilepsy alarm on December 2, 2017.
Questions regarding the availability of the product can be made directly to Brain
Sentinel Inc. The press release may be found here and Brain
Sentinel can be found online at www.brainsentinel.com.