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Home Monitoring Musculo-skeletal Disorders with a Single 3D Sensor

Ruizhe Wang, Gerard Medioni, Carolee J. Winstein, Cesar Blanco
2013 2013 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops  
We address the problem of automated quantitative evaluation of musculo-skeletal disorders using a 3D sensor.  ...  This enables a non-invasive home monitoring system which extracts and analyzes the subject's motion symptoms and provides clinical feedback.  ...  Conclusion and Future Work To summarize, we address the following problems: A non-invasive home monitoring and evaluation system for patients with musculo-skeletal disorders using a 3D sensor; A methodology  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvprw.2013.83 dblp:conf/cvpr/WangMWB13 fatcat:c5wg2nng3nf2vhbiyye7b4sdfq

Gait Analysis Using Accelerometry Data from a Single Smartphone: Agreement and Consistency between a Smartphone Application and Gold-Standard Gait Analysis System

Roy T. Shahar, Maayan Agmon
2021 Sensors  
Sixty community-dwelling healthy adults equipped with a smartphone and an application for gait analysis completed a 2-min walk on a marked path.  ...  Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) are one such method of gait analysis, with smartphone IMUs serving as a good substitute for current gold-standard techniques.  ...  Exclusion criteria included (1) acute illness; (2) musculo-skeletal disorder or neurologic conditions affecting mobility; and (3) pregnancy.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21227497 pmid:34833576 pmcid:PMC8622042 fatcat:zhuohocygng7thqmmo5gikz3hi

A discussion on the validation tests employed to compare human action recognition methods using the MSR Action3D dataset [article]

José Ramón Padilla-López, Alexandros André Chaaraoui and Francisco Flórez-Revuelta
2015 arXiv   pre-print
A review of all the papers that make reference to MSR Action3D, the most used dataset that includes depth information acquired from a RGB-D device, has been performed.  ...  So, a direct comparison among works cannot be made. However, almost all the works present their results comparing them without taking into account this issue.  ...  - Home Monitoring Musculo-skeletal Disorders with a Single 3D Sensor, Wang et al. [45] 2013 - - - 81.9?  ... 
arXiv:1407.7390v3 fatcat:zrkuxuwfj5b7hlkctphqswtsje

Visual and Human-Interpretable Feedback for Assisting Physical Activity [chapter]

Michel Antunes, Renato Baptista, Girum Demisse, Djamila Aouada, Björn Ottersten
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The core of the proposed approach is the analysis of the motion required for aligning body-parts with respect to a template skeleton pose, and how this information can be presented to the user in form  ...  In order to support the physical activity of stroke patients at home, this paper presents a system for guiding the user in how to properly perform certain actions and movements.  ...  [23] tackle the problem of automated quantitative evaluation of musculo-skeletal disorders using a 3D sensor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-48881-3_9 fatcat:vts3kinvizcsfbgpmlnihkangq

The E-Textile for Biomedical Applications: A Systematic Review of Literature

Giuseppe Cesarelli, Leandro Donisi, Armando Coccia, Federica Amitrano, Giovanni D'Addio, Carlo Ricciardi
2021 Diagnostics  
The use of e-textile technologies spread out in the scientific research with several applications in both medical and nonmedical world.  ...  studies on larger cohorts of subjects since the majority of the research only focuses on developing and testing the new device without considering a further extended validation.  ...  a sensing platform constituted by wearable sensors for musculo-skeletal rehabilitation 5 HC Knee and scapular flexion angles Tao et al. (2018) [30] Presenting a novel system-made up of a washable and wearable  ... 
doi:10.3390/diagnostics11122263 pmid:34943500 pmcid:PMC8700039 fatcat:brjd6mevmbaypdmuxeo32jxwie

CIR-Myo News: Abstracts of the 2015 Spring Padua Muscle Days

The Editors
2015 European Journal of Translational Myology  
The purpose of this study is to generate a 3D-model of the skeleton and the intrinsic laryngeal muscles with the segmentation and finite-element generation and 3D-analysis-software Amira®.  ...  Low back pain is the most common health problem of musculo-skeletal system of today's population. It is a big social and economic problem in developed countries and in developing countries.  ...  Lack of HDAC4 in skeletal muscle anticipated body weight loss and induced more pronounced muscle atrophy in late stage SOD1G93A HDAC4 mKO mice, compared with age-matched SOD1G93A mice, indicating a protective  ... 
doi:10.4081/ejtm.2015.5150 fatcat:7iarqkarjvfzhkzrql2ezlnsqq

PREVIRNEC: A cognitive telerehabilitation system based on Virtual Environments

Dani Tost, Sergi Grau, Maria Ferre, Pedro Garcia, Josep Maria Tormos, Alberto Garcia, Teresa Roig
2009 2009 Virtual Rehabilitation International Conference  
Our system allows personalized treatments by means of 2D and 3D exercises that can be built according to single patient's characteristics. Patients realize their exercises remotely.  ...  In this paper, we describe PREVIRNEC, a distributed system for cognitive telerehabilitation based on virtual environments.  ...  The former group includes musculo-skeletal recovery after bone or muscle injury and post-stroke treatments [5] [6] [7] [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icvr.2009.5174211 fatcat:uv54ao44dzcg3dhz2jj67gsmpe

AI and IoT-Enabled Smart Exoskeleton System for Rehabilitation of Paralyzed People in Connected Communities

Sunil Jacob, Mukil Alagirisamy, Chen Xi, Venki Balasubramanian, Ram Srinivasan, R Parvathi, NZ Jhanjhi, Sardar M. N. Islam
2021 IEEE Access  
The casualties of a paralyzed person are reduced by commissioning the IoT platform to exchange data from the intelligent sensors with the remote location of the caretaker to monitor the real time movement  ...  them intelligently and generates the desired commands via Internet of Things (IoT) for rendering rehabilitation and support with the help of caretakers for paralyzed patients in smart and connected communities  ...  Non-critical old age patients should be monitored remotely at home instead of a hospital.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3083093 fatcat:ozcixfpa7rf4zgxtdf75lawpqa

IMU Sensor-based Electronic Goniometric Glove (iSEG-Glove) for clinical finger movement analysis

James Connolly, Joan Condell, Brendan O'Flynn, Javier Torres Sanchez, Philip Gardiner
2017 IEEE Sensors Journal  
The developed glove is fitted with sensors to overcome these issues. This glove will help quantify joint stiffness and monitor patient progression during the arthritis rehabilitation process.  ...  This paper presents the development and testing of a next generation wireless smart glove to facilitate the accurate measurement of finger movement through the integration of multiple IMU sensors, with  ...  Clinical manifestations of RA can be confused with similar unrelated musculo-skeletal and muscular disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsen.2017.2776262 fatcat:7s3kyk4pyrfrfdured37jrvv3m

Romanian Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine and Balneology, Galați, 4-6 September 2019 - Congress Abstracts

Constantin MUNTEANU, Gabriela DOGARU
2019 Balneo Research Journal  
Link L22 Dorin-Gheorghe TRIFF, Simona POP - 12 minutes MONOGENIC DISEASES WITH MUSCULO ARTICULAR LAXITY.  ...  OF LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION IN YOUNG ADULT POPULATION: A PRACTICAL APPROACH Poster 13 Călin Corciovă, Cătălina Luca, Robert Fuior, Flavia Corciovă Development a Monitoring Device for Arm Rehabilitation  ...  Monogenic diseases with musculo articular laxity represen a group of heritable connective tissue disorders which in clinical manifestations associate primarily articular hypermobility, besides other signs  ... 
doi:10.12680/balneo.2019.276 fatcat:ridtpbz2wnbxzjwhjkvxdtm5om

Human motion component and envelope characterization via wireless wearable sensors

Kaitlyn R. Ammann, Touhid Ahamed, Alice L. Sweedo, Roozbeh Ghaffari, Yonatan E. Weiner, Rebecca C. Slepian, Hongki Jo, Marvin J. Slepian
2020 BMC Biomedical Engineering  
These sensors allow motion assessment while mobile, free of a fixed laboratory environment, with utility in the field, home, or hospital.  ...  Each of the three motion regimes studied had a distinct pattern - with identifiable qualitative and quantitative differences.  ...  This can be due either to day-to-day inconsistency in musculo-skeletal features, such as flexibility and muscle fatigue, or due to ongoing adjustment in perceptions of current and target positions [38  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42490-020-0038-4 pmid:32903362 pmcid:PMC7422588 fatcat:w4i2uzzwjvaa5he35apez7dnze

Sensor Technologies to Manage the Physiological Traits of Chronic Pain: A Review

David Naranjo-Hernández, Javier Reina-Tosina, Laura M. Roa
2020 Sensors  
daily activity monitoring or facial expressions, which can be acquired with diverse sensor technologies and multisensory approaches.  ...  As the assessment and management of pain are essential issues for a wide range of clinical disorders and treatments, this paper reviews different sensor-based approaches applied to the objective evaluation  ...  or chronic pain of musculo-skeletal origin in patients and workers [146, 147] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20020365 pmid:31936420 pmcid:PMC7014460 fatcat:u74tfa6kf5h7lllurwrfpvavrq

Patient-physician discordance in global assessment in early spondyloarthritis and its change over time: the DESIR cohort

Carole Desthieux, Anna Molto, Benjamin Granger, Alain Saraux, Bruno Fautrel, Laure Gossec
2015 Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases  
Author information Abstract A pattern of excessive hip adduction and internal rotation with medial deviation of the knee has been associated with numerous musculo-skeletal dysfunctions.  ...  The point prevalence of MTrPs in different muscles of other disorders (e.g., whiplash-associated disorders, non-specific low back pain) was extracted from single studies with low methodological quality  ...  Comparison of different treatment strategies Effect of stretching with and without muscle strengthening exercises for the foot and hip in patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled single-blind  ... 
doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2015-208251 pmid:26493818 fatcat:wrq4wiuw2jacdpopofiobgmpp4

Oral Presentations

2021 Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology  
Introduction: Physiotherapists prescribe exercise programmes for children with cerebral palsy (CP) to optimise balance and walking, and to minimise musculo-skeletal changes during rapid growth.  ...  walking adaptability task on the C-mill (as single task and combined with a motor or cognitive secondary task).  ...  Single-pulse TMS evaluated cortical excitability of each hemisphere. Paired-pulse TMS assessed interhemispheric inhibition/facilitation. Hand-strength asymmetry was measured with a dynamometer.  ... 
doi:10.1111/dmcn.14881 pmid:33997965 fatcat:xgrjybqspzf7tkwzynxj55v5uu

Empowering and Assisting Natural Human Mobility: The Simbiosis Walker

Anselmo Frizera-Neto, Ramón Ceres, Eduardo Rocon, José Luis Pons
2011 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
The device is equipped with a set of sensor subsystems to acquire user-machine interaction forces and the temporal evolution of user's feet during gait.  ...  This technique allowed isolating the components related with the navigational commands and developing a Fuzzy logic controller to guide the device.  ...  The main idea is to provide a complete system to help the elderly in the normal problems of the senility, such as loss of memory, disorientation, musculo-skeletal weakness, lack of stability during gait  ... 
doi:10.5772/10666 fatcat:faiygodk2vgmloohfnlxnv66uq
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