A new, slick and non-invasive medical wearable has been designed to help doctors monitor kids with ADHD in the daily environment. The device is cutting-edge as it is portable, non-invasive and themed after the myth of the unicorn. As a result, the product allows for doctors to seamlessly monitor the P300 wave in kids.
A delayed P300 wave — "a brain mechanism used to evaluate or categorize events that happen," is indicative of a child with ADHD. Anouk Wipprecht's medical wearable is able to monitor the activity in real time which will allow for a more accurate diagnosis, as well as better solutions for addressing the issue. These can come in the form of environmental modification or the administration of medication only based on necessity.
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