Revolutionary new epilepsy treatment
Charity bosses have announced plans to invest in technology to revolutionise the way children with epilepsy are treated in the north and north-east of Scotland.
The ARCHIE Foundation revealed yesterday that it will use vital funds raised from its tenth year anniversary campaign to buy equipment that will help treat youngsters with complex conditions – and potentially save lives.
The unobtrusive technology – called Trackit – allows children who are showing symptoms of epilepsy to be monitored at home for up to 48 hours by video to get an accurate reading of their brain activity.
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