Class

CMDyskineticSymptomResult

A result object that contains data about the likely presence of dyskinetic symptoms during a one-minute interval.

Declaration

@interface CMDyskineticSymptomResult : NSObject

Overview

Dyskinesias are uncontrolled, involuntary movements that occur as a side effect of taking Levadopa to control Parkinson’s disease. Dyskinesias can manifest in a single body part, such as the arm, leg, or head, or they can affect the entire body. Particular dyskinesias resemble actions like fidgeting, writhing, wriggling, head bobbing, or body swaying. These symptoms tend to occur during the drug’s peak dosage. Dyskinesias typically occur in patients with advanced Parkinson's disease, who may require higher dosages of Levadopa.

The following equation is always true: percentUnlikely + percentLikely = 1.0.

Topics

Reading the Time Interval

startDate

The result’s start time and date.

endDate

The result's end time and date.

Accessing Dyskinetic Symptom Data

percentUnlikely

The percentage of time when dyskinetic symptoms were unlikely.

percentLikely

The percentage of time when dyskinetic symptoms were likely.

Relationships

Inherits From

See Also

Movement Disorder Manager

Monitoring Movement Disorders

Use Apple Watch’s movement disorder manager to monitor symptoms.

Adhering to the Movement Disorder Data Collection Requirements

Ensure that your users understand and have control over the data your app collects.

CMMovementDisorderManager

A manager for recording and querying movement disorders.

CMTremorResult

A result object that contains data about the presence and strength of tremors during a one-minute interval.