Study published in Nature uses PKG™ and targets to improve patient outcomes

Reported in Nature's npj Parkinson's Disease, the study demonstrates the use of objective targets and measurement with the PKG system significantly improved clinical care and quality of life for people with Parkinson's.

Key findings of the study were that most people with PD (78%) are living with symptoms considered to be outside the target range including excessive bradykinesia, dyskinesia and tremor. Using targets and objective assessment, clinicians were able to improve treatment options in more than half of the study participants.

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