Raunak Singh published their Park It! project on Hackster.io as a way to record and share Parkinson’s symptoms between patient and doctor:
The doctor can use the data displayed on an interactive graph to diagnose the patient’s current stage of Parkinson’s and monitor the patient’s health outside of the clinic and virtually. The doctor can also use the website to communicate with the patient through the inbuilt secure two-way AWS messaging system which lets the doctor communicate with the patient. The patient can communicate to the doctor through the same secure two-way messaging system. The patient can also see information about different Parkinson’s organizations and mental health activities, different physical exercises to help his/her treatment, and useful products related to Parkinson’s for patients to buy eg. Leg Massager, Hand Rehabilitation Ball, Tremor-Resistant Pen.
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