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Economic evidence on integrated care for stroke patients; a systematic review

Johanneke F.M.M. Tummers, Augustinus J.P. Schrijvers, Anne J.M. Visser-Meily
2012 International Journal of Integrated Care  
Home-based rehabilitation is unlikely to lead to cost-savings, but achieves better health outcomes.  ...  Conclusions: Six out of six studies provided evidence that the costs of early-supported discharge are less than for conventional care, at similar health outcomes.  ...  An extended stroke unit service with early supported discharge, cooperation with the primary healthcare system and more emphasis on rehabilitation at home.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.847 fatcat:rwjoh2v4rnalndyqsv4nlk2le4

Efficacy and Effectiveness of Community-Based Treatment of Severe Malnutrition

Ann Ashworth
2006 Food and Nutrition Bulletin  
Community-based rehabilitation (or community-based management) refers to treatment that is implemented at home with some external input, for example from a health worker, or treatment that occurs at a  ...  The choice will depend on local factors • high energy intakes (>150kcal/kg/day), high protein intakes (4-6g/kg/day) and provision of micronutrients are essential for success • rehabilitation at home with  ...  a parallel system, rather than an integrated one.  ... 
doi:10.1177/15648265060273s303 pmid:17076212 fatcat:k3okvtz6gzhkvjn4nk4gwc7q6y

Active Video Games and Low-Cost Virtual Reality: An Ideal Therapeutic Modality for Children With Physical Disabilities During a Global Pandemic

Marika Demers, Ophélie Martinie, Carolee Winstein, Maxime T. Robert
2020 Frontiers in Neurology  
for at-home rehabilitation in the context of a global pandemic.  ...  This therapeutic modality, incorporated into an at-home individualized treatment plan, provides a means to lessen the impact of an interruption in rehabilitation services while not loosing the pre-pandemic  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We acknowledge the contribution of Karen Fung for proofreading this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2020.601898 pmid:33381077 pmcid:PMC7767913 fatcat:t355acjavvevbbcyvpqepot7v4

Low Cost Device for "At Home" Rehabilitation After a Stroke Event

Mariana Ciorap, Mihai Munteanu, Doru Andritoiu, Radu Ciorap
2018 International conference KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION  
The paper proposes a design solution for a low cost device with feedback for upper extremity rehabilitation after a stroke event.  ...  Today, the use of virtual reality environments allow patients to perform tasks that mimic real life in rehabilitation clinics, but it tends increasingly more in the future these tasks can be done at home  ...  Materials and methods The paper presents a "low cost" device, with feedback, for upper limb rehabilitation at patient's home.  ... 
doi:10.1515/kbo-2018-0132 fatcat:nbgq55p55vccreq6krntnkogyq

Advanced Media Technologies For Stroke Rehabilitation

Emmanouela VOGIATZAKI, Steffen ORTMANN, Peter LANGENDOERFER
2014 Zenodo  
for effective application of the rehabilitation protocol in home settings.  ...  The increased rehabilitation speed as well as the fact that the rehabilitation training can be done at home directly improves quality of life of patients.  ...  3D modelling with Kinect for more accurate motion tracking • Integrate client system on a low-cost embedded platform (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.13118 fatcat:zyzq2vwvjngbpejciemd2wxx2u

Telemedicine System For Game-Based Rehabilitation Of Stroke Patients In The Fp7-"Strokeback" Project

Emmanouela Vogiatzaki, Yannis Gravezas, Nikos Dalezios, Dwaipayan Biswas, Andy Cranny, Steffen Ortmann, Langendörfer Peter, Ilias Lamprinos, Gioula Giannakopoulou, Josy Achner, Jasmin Klemke, Holger Jost
2014 Zenodo  
This paper reports on the results of the FP7-StrokeBack project where game-based training system has been proposed allowing physicians to supervise the rehabilitation of patents at home.  ...  Therefore, there is an urgent need for devising an effective long-term care and rehabilitation strategy for stroke patients, which would actively involve patients in the rehabilitation process while minimizing  ...  It contain a Patient System deployed at home supporting physiological remote monitoring of patient wellbeing, runs the rehabilitation games and offers full integration with online Personal health Record  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.13116 fatcat:g646iecdv5ei7dxkmr4l3o3yuq

Home-Based Programs and Application of New Technologies in Cardiac Rehabilitation

Diogo Soares Sandra Magalhaes
2013 International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  
Despite the cost-effectiveness of the existing programs, the rates of participation and compliance are very low which demand the need of different types of interventions to overcome obstacles, such as  ...  The home-based programs and the integration of technologies of information and communication into models of telemedicine are potentially attractive solutions to increase the participation of eligible patients  ...  The low cost of ICT and its widespread use, make their integration in health services valuable because there is a growing need for monitoring patients with long-term conditions and the unsustainability  ... 
doi:10.4172/2329-9096.1000158 fatcat:4ewebctzhbgmpj72zzpbh2a7ka

RELATIVISTIC RADIATIVE TRANSFER: AN OVERVIEW [chapter]

R. TUROLLA
2002 The Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting  
Within the framework of an EU FP7 project called Integrated Home Care (IHC Grant Agreement no: 222954) we performed an overview of reviews on the telefacilities for the homecare in stroke patients.  ...  A potential application of telemedicine is to provide home care and rehabilitation.  ...  Acknowledgment This study was supported by the FP7 -EU Project "Integrated Home Care"  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812777386_0570 fatcat:5c4rcabskfhebcdc6evr656uti

Designing informed game-based rehabilitation tasks leveraging advances in virtual reality

Belinda Lange, Sebastian Koenig, Chien-Yen Chang, Eric McConnell, Evan Suma, Mark Bolas, Albert Rizzo
2012 Disability and Rehabilitation  
Key messages and implications: Low-cost camera-based systems capable of tracking user behavior at sufficient levels for game-based virtual rehabilitation activities are currently available for inhome use  ...  Home-based activity within VR systems that are low-cost, easy to deploy and maintain, and meet the requirements for "good" interactive rehabilitation tasks could radically improve users' access to care  ...  at a low cost.  ... 
doi:10.3109/09638288.2012.670029 pmid:22494437 fatcat:geb2m525jralxd2raxv2i5ykvm

Systematic overview of economic evaluations of health-related rehabilitation

Stephanie Howard-Wilsher, Lisa Irvine, Hong Fan, Tom Shakespeare, Marc Suhrcke, Simon Horton, Fiona Poland, Lee Hooper, Fujian Song
2016 Disability and Health Journal  
Objectives: To provide an overview of systematic reviews (SRs) on economic evaluations of health-related rehabilitation.  ...  To make clinical and policy decisions about health-related rehabilitation, resource allocation and cost issues need to be considered.  ...  strategies at high-risk groups was associated with best value for money, e.g.: -An individually customized multifactorial programme in those with more than 4 out of 8 targeted fall risk factors -Home-based  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dhjo.2015.08.009 pmid:26440556 fatcat:7iotoruza5bgdpijacxx6q3bqu

A home-based adaptive mixed reality rehabilitation system

Diana Siwiak, Nicole Lehrer, Michael Baran, Yinpeng Chen, Margaret Duff, Todd Ingalls, Thanassis Rikakis
2011 Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia - MM '11  
This paper presents an interactive home-based adaptive mixed reality system (HAMRR) for upper extremity stroke rehabilitation.  ...  Novel design features include creating an over-arching story for the participant, the ability of the system to adapt the feedback over multiple time scales, and the ability for this system to integrate  ...  Rikakis, "A low cost, adaptive mixed reality system for home-based stroke rehabilitation." Submitted to IEEE EMBC 2011.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2072298.2072456 dblp:conf/mm/SiwiakLBCDIR11 fatcat:qn7bbplkibainpebjfogsnygoa

Telerehabilitation in individuals with severe acquired brain injury

Rocco Salvatore Calabrò, Alessia Bramanti, Martina Garzon, Antonio Celesti, Margherita Russo, Simona Portaro, Antonino Naro, Alfredo Manuli, Paolo Tonin, Placido Bramanti
2018 Medicine  
TR will be delivered by means of an advanced video-conferencing system, whereas the patient will be provided with low-cost monitoring devices, able to collect data about his/her health status and QoL.  ...  suffering from SABI and requiring home motor and cognitive rehabilitation.  ...  The system let a remote patient monitoring at home, thus reducing the costs of health care and the length of hospital stay.  ... 
doi:10.1097/md.0000000000013292 pmid:30557976 pmcid:PMC6320067 fatcat:2npjkbqcwvcjvmcazruodyulsy

A low cost, adaptive mixed reality system for home-based stroke rehabilitation

Yinpeng Chen, M. Baran, H. Sundaram, T. Rikakis
2011 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  
This paper presents a novel, low-cost, real-time adaptive multimedia environment for home-based upper extremity rehabilitation of stroke survivors.  ...  This home-based mediated system has low cost sensing, off the shelf components for the auditory and visual feedback, and remote monitoring capability.  ...  Therefore, we develop a Home-based Adaptive Mixed Reality Rehabilitation system (HAMRR) to integrate engaging multimedia feedback, semiautomatic adaptation and evolving task and feedback plan in a low-cost  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2011.6090520 pmid:22254684 dblp:conf/embc/ChenBSR11 fatcat:o4hkvg4wjfcdtoicrwzmgxj5gm

Improvement of Home Portable Rehabilitation Device for Upper-Limbs

So SHIMOOKA, Tetsuya AKAGI, Shujiro DOHTA, Wataru KOBAYASHI, Takashi SHINOHARA
2019 JFPS International Journal of Fluid Power System  
Therefore, as taking account of cost burden for user, it is better to produce the device at low cost so that it can be disposable. In particular, the low-cost actuator unit is desirable.  ...  Conclusions As a home rehabilitation device that can give passive exercise for patient so that the device can be safely used at home without special knowledge, this study aiming to develop a rehabilitation  ... 
doi:10.5739/jfpsij.12.10 fatcat:pyoregd5tfggdp3wpgdhtpb3r4

Gesture therapy: A clinical evaluation

L. Enrique Sucar, Ariel Molina, Ronald Leder, Jorge Hernandez, Israel Sanchez
2009 Proceedings of the 3d International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare  
We have developed a low-cost, computer vision system that allows individuals with stroke to practice arm movement exercises at home or at the clinic, with periodic interactions with a therapist.  ...  The system integrates a virtual environment for facilitating repetitive movement training, with computer vision algorithms that track the hand of a patient and obtain its 3-D coordinates, using an inexpensive  ...  GESTURE THERAPY Gesture Therapy integrates a simulated environment for rehabilitation with a gesture tracking software in a low-cost system for rehabilitation after stroke.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth2009.6090 dblp:conf/ph/SucarMLHS09 fatcat:zzux27wxlbdvzetvki5d4mbvwa
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