Prototype Database for Telerehabilitation. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 10(2), 213-22. Murphy, J. (2004). Care of the Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury: Urban versus Rural Challenges. Topics in Emergency Medicine, 26(3). 231-236. Palsbo, S. E. (2004). Medicaid Payment for Telerehabilitation. Please confirm that you would like to log out of Medscape. If you log out, you will be required to enter your username and password the next time you visit. Mathematical Problems in Engineering is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes results of rigorous engineering research carried out using mathematical tools. Contributions containing formulations or results related to applications are also encouraged.
Telerehabilitation: toward a cost-efficient platform for post-stroke neurorehabilitation ... in a central and secure storage server (database). In this way, each phase of the rehabilitation process has a de- ... to present a prototype system for home-based therapy with the Java Therapy platform. The system used a force- Telerehabilitation in this context means remote rehabilitation--that is, the therapist is conducting the therapy from a remote location, as illustrated in Figure 1 . The enabling technologies are the Internet, which provides the communication link (data and video), and a robot, which allows the user to input motion commands and receive force ...
This paper reports on the development of a prototype of an online rehabilitation support service (“eRehabilitation”). This service will provide long-term support to new users of hearing devices as they undergo the process of aural rehabilitation. The information service will be tailored to the situational and individual needs of patients. The “Rutgers Ankle” is a Stewart platform-type haptic interface designed for use in rehabilitation. The system supplies six-DOF resistive forces in response to virtual reality-based exercises running on a host PC. The Stewart platform uses double-acting pneumatic cylinders, linear potentiometers as position sensors, and a six-DOF force sensor. Multiple Sclerosis, telerehabilitation, web application. 1. INTRODUCTION Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic illness that presents many complications for the affected person; both physical and psychosocial implications, the latter being the ones more disruptive regarding the patient’s psycho-emotional balance on certain occasions [1-5].
To perform comparative experiment to be able to do data analysis on a prototype and Biosway platform. Approbation of the prototype of the platform of the development of balance function and the use of the acquired data for the development of telerehabilitation e-platform. Short description of activities of Project No 2: This chapter proposes three main technical contributions for the development of a telerehabilitation platform, named ePHoRT, for patients recovering from hip surgery. The first contribution is the application of a diffuse 3D model for the detection of rehabilitation exercises after hip surgery. The model applies fuzzy logic, which allows identifying in real time if a patient is performing a ...
PC-based Telerehabilitation System with Force Feedback V. Popescu 1, G. Burdea , M. Bouzit , ... Telerehabilitation workstation: a) prototype developed at Rutgers; b) The Rutgers Master II connected to the Multipurpose Haptic Control Interface ... The database Graphical User Interface (GUI) was designed using Oracle Forms, Reports, ... Vestibular telerehabilitation challenges might be facilitated by proposing an efficient telerehabilitation system ... database with the offered audio-visual, interactive materials, is enabled via e-environment (e.g., computer, ... The prototype is already approbated during several pilots in schools in Latvia. The prototype is aimed to
In home telerehabilitation for older adults after discharge from an acute hospital or rehabilitation unit: A proof-of-concept study and costs estimation. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 1(4), 209-218. Subsequently, a prototype of the telerehabilitation will be developed based on user preferences, available evidence, expert opinion and already existing systems. This prototype will be tested on its usability and technical performance in phase three using the thinking-aloud-method and data logging. KiReS is a telerehabilitation system that offers the users and the physiotherapists innovative features by using Kinect as interaction device. The architecture of KiReS is divided into modules and follows a client-server approach. We give in the following a brief overview of the main (communication and database access modules, although they
Telerehabilitation (telererehab) offers cost effective services that potentially can improve access to care for those with acquired neurologic communication disorders. However, regulatory issues including licensure, reimbursement, and threats to privacy ... This database can be accessed remotely over the Internet. Thus, the Rutgers Ankle Orthopedic Rehabilitation Interface will allow patients to exercise at home while being monitored remotely by therapists. A prototype was constructed, and proof-of-concept trials were conducted at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
E-Bikes in telerehabilitation programs could be a new intervention for more sustainable rehabilitation results. The aim is to design and build a prototype of an E-Bike usable for rehabilitation - a HEALTHeBIKE. ... a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Prototype database for telerehabilitation. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 10(2), 213-22. PMID: 15319051 ABSTRACT: Telerehabilitation is a promising alternative health-care delivery system, but currently lacks broad-based empirical support for the efficacy and cost utility of its interventions.
The software development team continuously redesigned the medium-fidelity prototype. As soon as a new version of the telerehabilitation prototype was available, the software for patients and therapists was updated so they were able to test it in routine care. Telerehabilitation refers to the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to provide rehabilitation services to people remotely in their homes or other environments. By using ICT, client access to care can be improved and the reach of clinicians can extend beyond the physical walls of a traditional healthcare facility, thus expanding continuity of care to persons with disabling ...
Objective: The aim of this article is to describe the development and testing of a prototype application (“The Heart Game”) using gamification principles to assist heart patients in their telerehabilitation process in the Teledialog project. Materials and Methods: A prototype game was developed via user-driven innovation and tested on 10 patients 48–89 years of age and their relatives ... Developing a Multilateral Telerehabilitation System for Patient with Diminished Hand Function Fereshteh Ghasemi 1 + IT Department, Payame Noor University, 19395-4697 Tehran, I.R. of IRAN Abstract. Telerehabilitation or E-rehabilitation is the delivery of rehabilitation services over telecom networks. Training at home through telerehabilitation that is integrated with a VR system. The VR system consists of has the potential to save time and expense for both the patient the Rutgers Ankle prototype robot, a local PC which is connected and the provider .
telerehabilitation applications. A prototype platform for VR-basedtelerehabilitation was defined first. The main component of the platform is the hand force feedback unit. A programming library – the Rutgers Haptic Library – was developed for modeling hand ... Database schema: PATIENT, EXERCISE, FUNCTION_R, FORCE, ANKLE and In this paper we provide an overview over the system architecture for an integrated telerehabilitation system. We describe the needed components for monitoring of therapeutic progress, the exercise editor for configuration of new exercises, the domestic environment for patients training at home and the mobile system of the MyRehab-project. TIP-6: Telerehabilitation for supporting a networked wheelchair Collaborators. Jong-Bae Kim, PhD, Korean National Rehabilitation Center, South Korea. Overview. An advanced networked wheelchair is currently being developed by the Korean National Rehabilitation Center and Seoul National University.
This article describes the development of a database at INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Center (IJTRC) that will link the delivery of telerehabilitation services, reimbursement, and outcomes evaluation. The database is a culmination of the combined efforts of administrators, clinicians, and information technology professionals. Some Reflections on Designing Effective Social Telerehabilitation Services for Older Adults. International Journal of Telerehabilitation, Volume 8, Issue 2, 3-8, DOI: 10.5195/ijt.2016.6195 Web of Science (WoS) Marzano, G., Ļubkina V. (2015). SOCIO-TECHNICAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHALLENGES TO SOCIAL TELEREHABILITATION SERVICES. IT-REHAB – Integral Telerehabilitation System Helena Fernández-López1, Daniel González- ... prototype user interface developed for testing purposes. The cognitive rehabilitation module will ... database," Image and Vision Computing , vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 197-205, 2012.
Prototype database for telerehabilitation. Telemed J E Health 2004;10(2):213-22 Date 08/21/2004 Pubmed ID 15319051 DOI 10.1089/tmj.2004.10.213 Abstract. Telerehabilitation is a promising alternative health-care delivery system, but currently lacks broad-based empirical support for the efficacy and cost utility of its interventions. We're upgrading the ACM DL, and would like your input. Please sign up to review new features, functionality and page designs. A Cardiac Telerehabilitation Application for Mobile Devices . Joanna Jaworek, Piotr Augustyniak. AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland . Abstract . This paper presents a personal system and software architecture dedicated for cardiac telerehabilitation. The key idea of the hardware configuration and the software
Abstract—Telerehabilitation or e-rehabilitation is the ... paper presents a prototype that successfully operates as a multilateral telerehabilitation system. Index Terms—Physiotherapy, ... database and information into a text file, and/or restore from such a file. This text file can be easily backed up to a Dr. Kawaljeet Kaur, MD is an endocrinologist in Mequon, Wisconsin. She is affiliated with Community Memorial Hospital, Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Milwaukee, and Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Froedtert Hospital.
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED TELEREHABILITATION INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . TO SUPPORT REMOTE WHEELCHAIR PRESCRIPTION . by . Andi Saptono . Bachelor of Science, Bandung Institute of Technology, 2000 . Master of Science, University of Pittsburgh, 2005 . Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of . Health and Rehabilitation Science in partial ... with at least one of the words. without the words. where my words occur
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Game’’) using gamiﬁcation principles to assist heart patients in their telerehabilitation process in the Teledialog project. Materials and Methods: A prototype game was developed via user-driven innovation and tested on 10 patients 48–89 years of age and their relatives for a period of 2 weeks. The application consisted of a series of daily Asynchronous telerehabilitation in which computer-based interventions are remotely monitored and adapted offline is an emerging service delivery model in the rehabilitation of communication disorders. The asynchronous nature of this model may hold a benefit over its synchronous counterpart by eliminating scheduling issues and thus improving efficiency in a healthcare landscape of constrained ...
For telehealth to become an accepted component of rehabilitation, a scientific base verifying that telehealth improves outcomes must be developed. A conceptual framework based on theory and empirical findings is necessary for this area of inquiry to flourish. Most academic curricula possess such an educational pillar, which serves to help prepare professionals to practice in the new arena, and ... The “Rutgers Ankle” is a Stewart platform-type haptic interface designed for use in rehabilitation. The system supplies six-DOF resistive forces in response to virtual reality-based exercises running on a host PC. The Stewart platform uses double-acting pneumatic cylinders, linear potentiometers as position sensors, and a six-DOF force sensor. View Arzang Kasiri’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Arzang has 2 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Arzang’s ...
order to evaluate the use of the prototype. Results: The heart patients reported the application to be a useful tool as a part of their telerehabilitation process in everyday life. Gamiﬁcation and gameful design principles such as leaderboards, relationships, and achievements engaged the patients and relatives. The prototype of the orthopedic telerehabilitation system consists of a pair of similar PCs (one at the patient’s home and the other at the clinic),connectedovertheInternet(seeFig.1).Thehomerehabilitation station in turn consists of a force feedback glove called the “Rutgers Master,”  a multipurpose control interface connected to the PC, a
Home-Based Telerehabilitation Using a Virtual Environment System ... DataBase and Recording Capability The system has extensive data recording capability. A Microsoft Access database is used to store information about the patient, sessions, and the specifics of the training that occurred in each session. ... The final prototype system, which ... 1999_PC-based Telerehabilitation System with force feedback_文学_高等教育_教育专区 53人阅读|16次下载. 1999_PC-based Telerehabilitation System with force feedback_文学_高等教育_教育专区。简要介绍医疗康复机械手的有关知识
Prototype Database for Telerehabilitation. ... prototype development, usability tests and object-oriented modeling. As a result of this user-centered approach application, it is possible to reduce ... REVIEW A systematic review of clinical outcomes, clinical process, healthcare utilization and costs associated with telerehabilitation DAHLIA KAIRY1,2, PASCALE LEHOUX1,3, CLAUDE VINCENT4,5 & MARTHA VISINTIN2 1Department of Health Administration, University of Montreal, 2Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR) research ... The objective of the study was to draw on the insights of people with stroke to assist in the development of a telerehabilitation program, using easily accessible technology to deliver an intervention. A qualitative study was conducted with four focus groups of people who were at least 12 months post-stroke and who had completed their ...
Prototype Database For Telerehabilitation © 2020 Prototype Database for Telerehabilitation. ... prototype development, usability tests and object-oriented modeling. As a result of this user-centered approach application, i