Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation for PTSD and Depression

External stimulation of the trigeminal nerve (eTNS) is an emerging neuromodulation therapy for epilepsy and depression. Preliminary studies suggest it has an excellent safety profile and is associated with significant improvements in seizures and mood. Neuroanatomical...

G-Tech Medical

As CEO of G-Tech Medical in Mountain View, Ca., Axelrod is spearheading the development of a technology he invented to troubleshoot the human gastrointestinal system. The device, the GutCheck Patch, is a thin, flexible unobtrusive patch (like a smart Band-Aid) worn on...

Tracheal activity recognition based on acoustic signals

Tracheal activity recognition can play an important role in continuous health monitoring for wearable systems and facilitate the advancement of personalized healthcare. Neck-worn systems provide access to a unique set of health-related data that other wearable devices...

Kinetic Gait Analysis Using a Low-Cost Insole

Abstract Abnormal gait caused by stroke or other pathological reasons can greatly impact the life of an individual. Being able to measure and analyze that gait is often critical for rehabilitation. Motion analysis labs and many current methods of gait analysis are...

Quantitative home-based assessment of Parkinson’s symptoms

Background Currently, assessment of symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease is mainly performed in the clinic. However, these assessments have limitations because they provide only a snapshot of the condition. Methods The feasibility and usability of an...

Inertial Sensor-Based Gait Recognition: A Review

Abstract With the recent development of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), inertial sensors have become widely used in the research of wearable gait analysis due to several factors, such as being easy-to-use and low-cost. Considering the fact that each individual...