Epilepsy care boosted by wearables and machine learning

Dr Page Epilepsy is one of the most common, most serious and most unpredictable neurological conditions. According to the Epilepsy Society, one in 20 people will have a one-off epileptic seizure at some point in their life – but this doesn’t necessarily mean that they will go on to have epilepsy. One in 50, meanwhile, will have epilepsy for some period of their life – but not its entirety. People who do have epilepsy, meanwhile, may get little warning of an imminent seizure – of which there are around 40 different types. Afterwards, they may forget it ever happened.It is in part this unpredictability that not only makes it very hard to live with epilepsy – social anxiety and isolation are common problems – but also tricky for medics to…

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