A patent for the Apple Watch would help Parkinson's patients

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The patents thing is something that never ceases to amaze us and in the case of Apple we find patents of all kinds. In this case, a new patent approved for Apple adds what could be a breakthrough for users suffering from Parkinson's disease, it is a functionality that would allow to monitor the symptoms of tremor to help both the doctor himself and the patient to control the symptoms.

The representation of the patent shows a user with a watch and thanks to the sensors that are added in the wrist device they could collect and store some of the pre and post symptoms before this attack of tremor and dyskinesia that causes Parkinson's disease in patients.

Apple Watch patent

Logically, this patent will not prevent the disease from progressing or solving, but obviously new treatment guidelines can be achieved thanks to the constant monitoring of the disease in patients. patients who have an Apple Watch. Every time we see a patent that can bring improvements to health issues we are very happy, but unfortunately we already know what happens with patents and it is that not all of them end up being implemented in devices at least in the short term.

In this case, the constant monitoring that the Apple smart watch can give thanks to this patent could help doctors and patients with this chronic disease, although it is true that each case is different these data would be of great help. Let's hope that one day this type of important patent in people's health will be implemented.

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