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Matt Eagles Aug 16
Do you know of any device which would help with involuntary movements ? I haven’t come across anything yet ?
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Ingentium Parkinson's Disease Aug 9
Imaging SERT Availability in a Rat Model of L-DOPA-Induced .
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Paula Aug 11
My bff of 25 years has young onset . He was diagnosed at 27, he's 42 now & symptoms are worsening. He told me today that he's now considering brain surgery because he can't stand the . Fuck PD for making this the choice he has to make.
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Antidote Aug 14
Do you experience in disease?
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Matthew McCoy Aug 16
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Ingentium Parkinson's Disease Aug 10
New Wearable Device Helps Detect in 's
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David Sangster Apr 11
Before deep brain stimulation I couldn’t keep still because of the crippling Now I am free and able to sleee longer, eat more and move less.
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CME Institute 20 Feb 18
Which of your patients are at risk for developing tardive ? Watch this webcast to learn about how to prevent TD in your patients and emerging treatment strategies for your patients who have already been diagnosed.
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Matt Eagles Apr 2
You know when you have one of those days? Well I had one today Am: pulled living room 🚪off again - got to work , fell over in reception , spilt a whole cup of hot tea ☕️ over my trousers and it soaked through no change of clothes still smiling though 😁
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ClearSky MD Aug 6
Once measurements are complete, data on LID-Monitor devices is uploaded either using a smart phone or through a computer dock. Data is then analysed using to show the extent of any over 24 hours in a simple to read time chart.
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ClearSky MD Oct 26
Lid-Monitor is non-invasive, safe and quick to use •Up to six sensors measuring symptoms •Automatic uploading of data •No need to undertake specific clinical tasks •No reliance on internet •Tailored to clinical need •Patient can be monitored in their own home
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CME Institute Jul 22
Tardive is an involuntary movement disorder associated w/ treatment. Because it is potentially irreversible, accurate diagnosis is crucial. However, early signs of TD can be easily missed. To learn more, read this :
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Matt Eagles 21 Jun 17
is a troubling side effect of ... it can also make you very hungry !
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Renee Brouwers 20 Jan 18
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Shelley Edwards Apr 20
that all the symptoms that we have to deal with on a daily basis, like etc., we still have a sense of humour
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David Sangster 10 Apr 18
Sometime words are not needed, particularly when you can't spit it out because lips didn't get the memo from your leaky brain. Anyway, the school receptionist could see what I was asking to purchase by my body language, "ah..the bunny hop disco." 🕺
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Erwin van Merode 4 Feb 17
Replying to @jordivanzelst
Me after my first shoulder course!
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Sophie Farooque Aug 4
Replying to @DrLindaDykes
Mum’s suffering is not unique. Many of us will watch our parents suffer. I tweet about it to increase awareness of this condition . At the moment watching her flip around on the bed like a scene from the exorcist . Most medics awareness is pitifully low
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ClearSky MD Nov 30
6 small wireless sensors are worn by a patient with known Parkinson’s around the home for up to 24hrs. Movements associated with & the symptoms of are recognised by the LID-Monitor & transmitted electronically to specialists.
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CME Institute 29 Aug 17
NEW! Discover available diagnostic criteria, assessment tips, & monitoring recommendations for tardive .
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