Seizure Log 12+

Seizure Tracker LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.7 • 267 Ratings
    • Free

Description

Logging seizures and keeping a good diary is an essential skill for managing epilepsy and it has never been easier!

Renowned website, SeizureTracker.com is excited to bring you an innovative way to log seizures that builds on the Seizure Tracker experience. App users can time and videotape seizures simultaneously in this revolutionary and simple-to-use application. When you stop the video and timer, it immediately creates an event log that is stored in a seizure library. You can edit the event at any time to add additional details about triggers, seizure description and what happened afterward. You can also use this app to log seizures without videos attached.

Videos recorded through this app can be synchronized to SeizureTracker.com which allows them to be shared through the extensive website reporting capabilities.

Seizure Tracker was founded by the parents of a child with Epilepsy. We were searching for solutions to ease our own situation and in the process found a way to give back to the community and help others too. Our goal is to empower people living with Epilepsy while redefining the way information about seizures and Epilepsy is collected and shared.

Key Features
- Time and visually record seizures as they happen
- Videotape seizures and upload them to SeizureTracker.com for private sharing
- Record VNS Usages and Rescue Medication administrations
- Automatically add recorded seizure to Library
- Add additional information to seizure entries
- Create seizure entries with manual entry tool
- Store information in Seizure Library
- Record the location of your event and review it within a map on SeizureTracker.com
- Synchronize events with SeizureTracker.com account
- Graph synchronized events (and surrounding information) through the integrated Seizure Tracker system

Please email Info@SeizureTracker.com with comments and suggestions.

What’s New

Version 2.6.3

Added "Dissociative (PNES)" to the seizure type list. Please visit the Seizure Tracker website to learn more about seizure types.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
267 Ratings

267 Ratings

Movie lover 8923 ,

Great app

We love this app to track our daughter's seizures. We use it every time. It's great to be able to look back and remember information about specific events. It's a great tool to be able to show the doctors what her episodes are like or if one is different than her normal ones. My only suggestion to make this app more helpful, is if the videos would automatically save when you end them. Sometimes in the moment you don't have time to save it and then forget to. If you close the app without saving, you then lose the video and all the time/date information. It would be great if the video/quick capture would save episodes automatically when you end the video recording. Then if you need to go back in on a specific seizure episode, you can add extra information later.

Tstarrett ,

Great App! So helpful!

My husband has epilepsy and I keep track of everything. I used to just keep info in a calendar, but this is so much better because I would sometimes forget important things to note about his seizures and this app prompts me to note everything.
I love that the app on my phone and can view/update whenever I am. I love that I can print out the information for his doctor too! I highly recommend this app for anyone with seizure or if you have a loved one with seizures. This is the best app for tracking!!

SDjacaranda ,

Lacks atypical seizure options

For people with praxis-induced, reflexive seizures, you can only list the triggers as “other” rather than identifying coordinated movements, multitasking, and type of sensory stimulus that may have triggered the seizure (type of sound (siren, beeping), smell, visually moving stimulus (car ride, movie).

Some of us have spinal injuries and brainstem injuries which cause muscle tone in both legs or both arms, hemipeligic, or alternating unilateral spasticity. The app only allows marking one leg or one arm at a time, the rest must be explained in the notes section.

Atypical focal spasticity or tonic locations like mouth, jaw, neck, feet/toes, hands/fingers aren’t included.

My seizure threshold is also impacted by rapid changes in barometric pressure—especially drops. I typically track that aspect with a migraine app, though it doesn’t typically cause migraines. it would be nice to have all that data in the same place.

I wish that it would save the video recording to my local phone/iPad in addition to the cloud.

I like that the video automatically times duration and I like that my family, caregiver and doctor can have valet access.

App Privacy

The developer, Seizure Tracker LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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