Remote Seizure Monitoring and Tele-Epilepsy using Shimmer Sensors
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  June 20, 2018  
  Neurology / Neuroscience  
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#ALT# Remote Seizure Monitoring and Tele-Epilepsy using Shimmer Sensors

Shimmer offers a wireless sensor platform along with low power connections and host software to enable researchers, whether clinical, applied or academic, to use wearable sensing technologies in many different applications.

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