You’ll report when seizures were correctly detected, when they weren’t detected, and when daily activities were recognized as a seizure by Embrace, when in fact they were not.
As a participant or parent of a participant we’ll ask that you report:
(1) True Detection: Confirm if you have a Generalized Tonic Clonic (aka “Grand Mal” or “shaking seizure”) and the system reports it correctly.
(2) False Alarm: Tell us if the system reports that you have a seizure when you do not (this might happen if you are dancing, riding a bike, or exercising).
(3) Missed Detection: Tell us if you have a Generalized Tonic Clonic (aka “Grand Mal” or “shaking seizure”) and the system does not report it. You can do this via the Mate app [link to the article on how to add missed seizures]
Reporting the above should take only seconds per week.