HOW IT WORKS

OWN YOUR HEALTH

The future of medicine won’t just be about what doctors can do for patients, but what patients can do as the captains of managing their own health. PATI makes having a seizure a little easier wherever and whenever a seizure occurs. 

STEP 1

Place PATI in a container that is easily portable and accessible. Wear a PATI wristband that alerts others you are a PATI user in case you need help administering PATI before your seizure starts.

STEP 2

Prior to seizure onset or upon experiencing an aura, remove PATI from the portable container and insert into your mouth.

STEP 3

During the seizure, PATI will protect you from oral injury and choking on your saliva.

STEP 4

After the seizure, simply remove PATI from your mouth, discard it, and restock your container with a new one.

PATI can also be used as an emergency medical supply intervention by paramedics/EMTs and by healthcare providers in hospitals and clinics during an EEG.

There are 12 million seizure-related 911 calls per year in the US. PATI will also be an emergency medical supply intervention for EMTs to use. After a medication is given to stop an active seizure, PATI can be administered by the paramedic in the event that another seizure occurs during hospital transport.”

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seizure-related 911 calls per year in the US

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a monitoring method used to record electrical activity of the brain while certain triggers or stimuli are presented to the patient to induce a seizure. It is often used to diagnose epilepsy. There are roughly 25 million EEGs performed every year in the US. PATI can be used in hospitals and clinics during EEG’s to prevent oral injuries that are often caused during the test.”

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150,000 newly diagnosed cases of epilepsy in US each year

65 million people worldwide have epilepsy; nearly 80% of them live in low- and middle-income countries.

Auras or Signs it's time to insert your PATI

  • 'rising' feeling in the stomach or déjà vu (feeling like you’ve ‘been here before)
  • getting an unusual smell or taste
  • a sudden intense feeling of fear or joy
  • a strange feeling like a ‘wave’ going through the head
  • stiffness or twitching in part of the body, (such as an arm or hand)
  • a feeling of numbness or tingling
  • a sensation that an arm or leg feels bigger or smaller than it actually is
  • visual disturbances such as coloured or flashing lights or hallucinations (seeing something that isn’t actually there)

If you don't experience signs or auras, talk to your doctor about keeping a seizure diary or using wearable technology that can detect a seizure.

IT'S EASY TO GET STARTED

  • GET A PRESCRIPTION FROM YOUR DOCTOR
  • VISIT PHARMACY
  • GET YOUR PATI KIT

The PATI Kit comes with a set of PATIs, a portable container, and a wristband. When you run out of PATIs, simply refill your prescription.