ORLANDO, Fla. – SeizAlarm has released an update to its seizure detection app for people with epilepsy and other seizure disorders. SeizAlarm: Seizure Detection 3.0 was developed for Apple devices, including the Apple Watch. When a help request is sent to the user’s caregivers, the caregiver receives a text message, email and a phone call to alert them. The user’s GPS coordinates are also sent so the caregiver, so they know exactly where the user is located. The app’s “delayed help” feature can be used for those that frequently have auras (simple-partial seizures) that don’t always lead to a convulsive grand mal seizure, allowing the user to start a time-delayed help request. Users are able to track seizure events, and the app supports multiple emergency contacts, so more than one person can be contacted when help is needed.
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