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PRESS RELEASE: Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies Continues Intellectual Property Growth As New Patent Claims Focus On Parkinson’s Device Accuracy And Sensitivity

VIEW PRESS RELEASE 05 MAR 2014: Valley View, OH – Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today they have received a new allowance of claims from the U.S. Patent Office, the company’s fourth in the past eight months focused on technology for Parkinson’s disease diagnostics and treatment.


Clinician Versus Machine: Reliability and Responsiveness of Motor Endpoints in Parkinson’s Disease

D. Heldman, A. Espay, P. Lewitt, and J. Giuffrida Parkinsonism Relat Disord. 2014;20(6):590–5.


PRESS RELEASE: Kinesia ProView Launches to Visualize Parkinson’s Symptom Response to Deep Brain Stimulation Programming

VIEW PRESS RELEASE [PDF] 15 MAY 2013: Valley View, OH – Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today the product launch of Kinesia ProView™ [ http://www.glneurotech.com/kinesia/proview/index.php ] to visualize motor symptom severity response during programming of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Parkinson’s disease. Kinesia ProView provides a standardized platform to quantitatively assess

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Bradykinesia and timed up and go are improved after dynamic cycling in Parkinson’s disease

R. Phillips, K. Wilson, B. Walter, A. Ridgel 3rd World Parkinson Congress. Montreal, Canada, 2013


Quantitative Motor Assessment of Gait and Lower Extremity Bradykinesia Following the Discontinuation of Deep Brain Stimulation

View the poster T. Mera, D. Riley, B. Walter, A. Espay, F. Revilla, J. Giuffrida 3rd World Parkinson Congress. Montreal, Canada, 2013


PRESS RELEASE: Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies’ Kinesia Technology Receives TGA Approval for Parkinson’s Assessment in Australia

VIEW PRESS RELEASE [PDF] 9 JAN 2013: Valley View, OH – Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today that they received TGA approval to market Kinesia technology in Australia. The Kinesia™ product line [ http://glneurotech.com/kinesia/ ] includes patient-worn motion sensors and a tablet computer to quantitatively assess tremor, bradykinesia, and dyskinesia associated

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Active-Assisted Cycling Improves Tremor and Bradykinesia in Parkinson’s Disease

A. Ridgel, C. Peacock, E. Fickes, C. Kim Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012 Nov;93(11):2049-54


Automated motion sensor quantification of gait and lower extremity bradykinesia

D. Heldman, D. Filipkowski, R. Riley, C. Whitney, B. Walter, S. Gunzler, T. Mera Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012.


PRESS RELEASE: GLNT Issued Patent Claims For Technology To Assess Parkinson’s Disease

VIEW PRESS RELEASE [PDF] 6 JUN 2012: Valley View, OH – Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today that the U.S. Patent Office has issued claims under patent number 8,187,209 covering their Movement Disorder Monitoring System and Method for quantitative assessment of motor symptoms associated with movement disorders.  These intellectual property claims

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PRESS RELEASE: GLNT Awarded Patent for Technology to Assess Parkinson’s Disease

VIEW PRESS RELEASE [PDF] 8MAR2012: Valley View, OH – Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today that they have received allowance of claims from the U.S. Patent Office for an application covering their Movement Disorder Monitoring System and Method for quantitative assessment of motor symptoms associated with movement disorders. The claims cover

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