April 11, 2019
Wrist-worn Parkinson’s disease monitors developed by Melbourne, Australia-based Global Kinetics Corporations will soon be deployed to UK patients thanks to a new project headed by the University of Plymouth and University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHPNT).
To start, 150 patients in Plymouth City, West Devon and East Cornwall will receive the Parkinson’s KinetiGraph (PKG) wearable as a pilot....
April 11, 2018
Melbourne, Australia-based Global Kinetics Corporation, maker of a wearable Parkinson’s disease monitor, has received a $7.75 million investment from the Australian Federal Government’s Biomedical Translation Fund, according to news from the Australian Financial Review that was confirmed by MobiHealthNews.
The investment came from Brandon Capital, which manages nearly half of the government fund...
September 10, 2014
Yet another clinically-focused, activity tracking wearable has now been cleared by the FDA, this one aimed specifically at the monitoring and treatment of Parkinson's disease. The Personal KinetiGraph, from Melbourne, Australia-based Global Kinetics Corporation, "offers comprehensive, automated reporting of a Parkinson’s disease patient’s movements so that neurologists and other physicians can...