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Wearable Sensors for Heart Rate May Aid in Early Parkinson’s Diagnosis – Parkinson’s News Today

Tuesday, 2 August, 2022

Wearable Sensors for Heart Rate May Aid in Early Parkinson’s Diagnosis – Parkinson’s News Today

People with Parkinson’s disease have less variability in their heart rate than adults of a similar age, and this difference can be detected with noninvasive, wearable sensors, according to a new study.

Because lesser heart rate variability is associated with a greater disease risk, its researchers proposed that measuring such variability may help in diagnosing Parkinson’s at early stages.

The study, “Wearable sensor device-based detection of decreased heart rate variability in Parkinson’s disease,” was published in the Journal of Neural Transmission.

Read more at: https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/news/wearable-sensors-heart-rate-variability-parkinsons-diagnosis/

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