Improved care resulting from new research and a persistent effort to improve outcomes is driving wireless enablement into yet another medical device. This one, from Cleveland Medical Devices, provides continuous monitoring and tracking of symptom fluctuation patterns to provide better insight into how patients respond to therapeutic interventions. The Kinesia quantitative motor assessment system is intended to improve physicians diagnostic capabilities by capturing data over longer periods of time outside the hospital of office. (Press release in pdf) Here's how it works:
Pictured right is the Kinesia in use. Very cool.