EpiCare@Home

For many people with epilepsy, the path to the right treatment is long and challenging. EpiCare@Home provides a virtual care solution to monitor seizures in daily life. Our integrated solution provides objective and actionable data to assist the decision making of neurology teams for their patients.

A wearable seizure monitoring solution for people with epilepsy

EpiCare@Home builds a bridge between the home and the hospital: objective seizure-related data is collected in the comfort of the user's home and securely shared with the neurologist.

Based on this real-world data, the neurologist can develop a more personalized treatment plan.

Contact us to learn more about using EpiCare@Home in your hospital or medical practice.

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EpiCare@Home brings a whole new tool to the arsenal of things that we can use to help improve the lives of people with epilepsy.

Simon Privett, ambassador for people with epilepsy

Powered by Byteflies

EpiCare@Home is powered by CE-certified Byteflies technology.

Sensor Dots are small wearable devices that can record high fidelity electrographic signals such as EEG, ECG, EMG, and physical motion. The recorded data is transmitted securely to the Byteflies Cloud. EpiCare@Home provides a versatile dashboard for medical professionals that can be used to manage patients, their data and reports, and is integrated with your medical record environment. The configuration of EpiCare@Home can be adjusted to accommodate various seizure types.

Check out our dedicated product page to learn more.

EpiCare@Home Product Page

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If you would like to learn more about EpiCare@Home, take a look at our in-depth blog post.

EpiCare@Home is a procedure pack as defined in the Medical Device Regulation (MDR 2017/745). It bundles Byteflies Kit, ECG Adhesives, EEG electrodes, and EpiCare@Home UI, which are CE-certified medical devices under the MDR. EpiCare@Home is prescribed and operated by appropriately trained medical professionals; any diagnostic decisions are the responsibility of the prescribing physician.