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Stayble- Stay Stable

:מספר הפרויקט
גל קונטנטה, מתן באקבה וליאור חי
:שמות הסטודנטים המציגים
ד"ר בריל גלסנר מיכל
:שם המנחה
ממשקים מוחשיים
:שם הסדנה
מסלול יישומי/יזמי
:מסלול הסדנה
:תקציר הפרויקט

Parkinson's disease is a progressive nervous system disorder, that causes tremors and stiffness.
Treatment with Levodopa, a drug that treats tremors through the release of dopamine, can alleviate these symptoms, but an excessive dose may result in Dyskinesia due to excess Dopamine. Levodopa's short half-life makes it challenging to maintain stable blood concentration and adjust dosages frequently as the disease progresses.
To improve Parkinson's patient's quality of life, we present a bracelet that measures tremors and an application to input medication dosage and time of taking it. By analyzing the data, the user will receive personalized guidance to determine their optimize dose.
In addition, one of the byproducts of the disease is that it makes the patient more prone to falling, so the bracelet will detect a fall and send an alert to a pre-selected contact.

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