Tremor in Parkinson's disease: 24-hr monitoring with calibrated accelerometry.

Abstract

Monitoring systems enable the long-term registration of tremor in patients with Parkinson's disease This method is useful in the objective measurement of tremor during the course of treatments. Indeed, the symptoms of tremor as well as the aggravating and attenuating influences can be observed under real-life conditions. The methodology of data recording… (More)

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@article{Thielgen2004TremorIP, title={Tremor in Parkinson's disease: 24-hr monitoring with calibrated accelerometry.}, author={Tanja Thielgen and Frederic F{\"{o}rster and G F Fuchs and Ariane Hornig and Jochen Fahrenberg}, journal={Electromyography and clinical neurophysiology}, year={2004}, volume={44 3}, pages={137-46} }