Keeping a Seizure Diary
About Seizure Tracker
Developed by TSC parents with a son who has intractable epilepsy, Seizure Tracker® has become the world’s largest internet and mobile accessible seizure diary worldwide.
The service is free and easy to use online anywhere in the world. You can easily create a new account at www.SeizureTracker.com.
With the main goal of improving communication between patients and doctors, Seizure Tracker users can easily track and share their seizure information, medication dosages, rescue medication administration, Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) implant settings and magnet swipes, diet therapy and much more. The extensive reporting features include graphs and charts that compare seizure activity alongside the therapy and lifestyle information entered into the system.
Mobile and Voice Access
Seizure Tracker resources are accessible through web, mobile and home voice control systems. The iPhone and Android apps are real-time seizure recorders, offering a timer, video recording, rescue medication administration alerts and VNS magnet swipe recording. The Amazon Alexa skill allows Seizure Tracker users to record seizures with verbal interactions. Seizure Tracker focuses on providing an electronic seizure diary system that is easy to access and use. Providing the most accurate data to your care providers improves their ability to treat more effectively.
Seizure Tracker users contribute to our understanding of epilepsy and help shape their own clinical outcomes. Participation in research is made easy through the Seizure Tracker Data Share system and the de-identified and unlinked population data exports. You can read about resulting research here.
For more information and to sign up online, visit www.SeizureTracker.com.