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Serious Games for Wrist Rehabilitation in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis [article]

Fabrizia Corona, Rocco M. Chiuri, Giovanni Filocamo, Michaela Foa', Pier Luca Lanzi, Amalia Lopopolo, Antonella Petaccia
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Rehabilitation is a painful and tiring process involving series of exercises that patients must repeat over a long period. Unfortunately, patients often grow bored, frustrated, and lose motivation making rehabilitation less effective. In the recent years video games have been widely used to implement rehabilitation protocols so as to make the process more entertaining, engaging and to keep patients motivated. In this paper, we present an integrated framework we developed for the wrist
more » ... tion of patients affected by Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) following a therapeutic protocol at the Clinica Pediatrica G. e D. De Marchi. The framework comprises four video games and a set modules that let the therapists tune and control the exercises the games implemented, record all the patients actions, replay and analyze the sessions. We present the result of a preliminary validation we performed with four poliarticular JIA patients at the clinic under the supervision of the therapists. Overall, we received good feedback both from the young patients, who enjoyed performing known rehabilitation exercises using video games, and therapists who were satisfied with the framework and its potentials for engaging and motivating the patients.
arXiv:1805.00901v1 fatcat:q3yhclqzn5bwriy6giisitrata

Lower Limb Rehabilitation in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis using Serious Games [article]

Fabrizia Corona, Alex De Vita, Giovanni Filocamo, Michaela Foa, Pier Luca Lanzi, Amalia Lopopolo, Antonella Petaccia
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Patients undergoing physical rehabilitation therapy must perform series of exercises regularly over a long period of time to improve, or at least not to worsen, their condition. Rehabilitation can easily become boring because of the tedious repetition of simple exercises, which can also cause mild pain and discomfort. As a consequence, patients often fail to follow their rehabilitation schedule with the required regularity, thus endangering their recovery. In the last decade, video games have
more » ... come largely popular and the availability of advanced input controllers has made them a viable approach to make physical rehabilitation more entertaining while increasing patients motivation. In this paper, we present a framework integrating serious games for the lower-limb rehabilitation of children suffering from Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). The framework comprises games that implement parts of the therapeutic protocol followed by the young patients and provides modules to tune, control, record, and analyze the therapeutic sessions. We present the result of a preliminary validation we performed with patients at the clinic under therapists supervision. The feedback we received has been overall very positive both from patients, who enjoyed performing their usual therapy using video games, and therapists, who liked how the games could keep the children engaged and motivated while performing the usual therapeutic routine.
arXiv:2006.02187v1 fatcat:f7zicqnfmnfqdbzwccq7jjkvne

Multiple Breath Washout for Early Assessment of Pulmonary Complications in Patients With Primary Antibody Deficiencies: An Observational Study in Pediatric Age

Teresa Secchi, Lucia Augusta Baselli, Maria Chiara Russo, Irene Maria Borzani, Federica Carta, Maria Amalia Lopopolo, Michaela Foà, Adriano La Vecchia, Carlo Agostoni, Massimo Agosti, Rosa Maria Dellepiane
2022 Frontiers in Pediatrics  
BackgroundIn primary antibody deficiencies (PADs), pulmonary complications are the main cause of morbidity, despite immunoglobulin substitutive therapy, antibiotic treatment of exacerbations, and respiratory physiotherapy. Current Italian recommendations for surveillance of PADs respiratory complications include an annual assessment of spirometry and execution of chest high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) every 4 years.ObjectiveThis study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the lung
more » ... arance index (LCI) as an early marker of lung damage in patients with PADs. LCI is measured by multiple breath washout (MBW), a non-invasive and highly specific test widely used in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF).MethodsPediatric patients with PADs (n = 17, 10 male, 7 female, and age range 5–15 years) underwent baseline assessment of lung involvement with chest HRCT, spirometry, and multiple breath nitrogen washout. Among them, 13 patients were followed up to repeat HRCT after 4 years, while performing pulmonary function tests annually. Their baseline and follow-up LCI and forced expiratory volume at 1 s (FEV1) values were compared, taking HRCT as the gold standard, using logistic regression analysis.ResultsLung clearance index [odds ratio (OR) 2.3 (confidence interval (CI) 0.1–52) at baseline, OR 3.9 (CI 0.2–191) at follow-up] has a stronger discriminating power between altered and normal HRCT rather than FEV1 [OR 0.6 (CI 0.2–2) at baseline, OR 1.6 (CI 0.1–13.6) at follow-up].ConclusionWithin the context of a limited sample size, LCI seems to be more predictive of HRCT alterations than FEV1 and more sensitive than HRCT in detecting non-uniform ventilation in the absence of bronchiectasis. A study of a larger cohort of pediatric patients followed longitudinally in adulthood is needed to challenge these findings.
doi:10.3389/fped.2022.773751 fatcat:klzhin65mvd75ndx4ooxwzxen4

Clinical impact of small subclones harboring NOTCH1 , SF3B1 or BIRC3 mutations in chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Silvia Rasi, Hossein Khiabanian, Carmela Ciardullo, Lodovico Terzi-di-Bergamo, Sara Monti, Valeria Spina, Alessio Bruscaggin, Michaela Cerri, Clara Deambrogi, Lavinia Martuscelli, Alessandra Biasi, Elisa Spaccarotella (+6 others)
2016 Haematologica  
SF3B1 OR BIRC3 MUTATIONS IN CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA Silvia Rasi, 1* Hossein Khiabanian, 2* Carmela Ciardullo, 1 Lodovico Terzi-di-Bergamo, 1 Sara Monti, 1 Valeria Spina, 1 Alessio Bruscaggin, 1 Michaela  ...  Cerri, 1 Clara Deambrogi, 1 Lavinia Martuscelli, 1 Alessandra Biasi, 1 Lorenzo De Paoli, 1 Valter Gattei, 3 Robin Foà, 4 Raul Rabadan, 2 Gianluca Gaidano, 1 § Davide Rossi 1 § *S.R. and H.K. equally contributed  ... 
doi:10.3324/haematol.2015.136051 pmid:26819056 pmcid:PMC5004398 fatcat:cpgi2tkxyfdgvctz2cw7ol6qae

Severity and the stressor criterion in post-traumatic stress disorder

Michael A. Simpson
1994 British Journal of Psychiatry  
They MICHAELA.  ...  Foa), pp. 37-54. Washington: American Psychiatric Press.  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjp.164.5.704b pmid:7921735 fatcat:sgxzlqg6uffzjebdm5sdr52zcm

Recombineering inVibrio natriegens [article]

Henry H Lee, Nili Ostrov, Michaela A Gold, George M Church
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
For M9-FOA media, 1 mg/ml FOA (EZSolution, BioVision) and 20 µg/ml uracil were added to M9.  ...  FOA counterselection depends on the conversion of the uracil analog, 5-FOA, into a highly toxic compound by pyrimidine metabolic enzyme Orotidine-5'-phosphate decarboxylase, encoded by S. cerevisiae URA3  ... 
doi:10.1101/130088 fatcat:lgfowqcfobd67het2vvmdb6fqm

Author Index

2020 2020 IEEE Conference on Games (CoG)  
', Michaela 336 Fuchs, Zachariah 176, 511 Gaina, Raluca 375 Gaina, Raluca D. 367 Gatzidis, Christos 724 Giannakos, Michail 17 Gisslen, Linus 600 Gladwell, Toby 724 Glenn, James 760 Gomes  ...  Drachen, Anders 120 Elmqvist, Rickard 152 Engström, Henrik 328 Evey, Alana 519 Fairbank, Michael 439 Fan, Changjie 9, 104, 144, 184 Fang, Meng 65 Feng, Andrew 463 Filocamo, Giovanni 336 Foa  ... 
doi:10.1109/cog47356.2020.9231714 fatcat:qe3g7nb4czgiriklbsv6i5kjgi

Diogenes syndrome by proxy

Denis O'Mahony, J. Grimley Evans
1994 British Journal of Psychiatry  
Foa), pp. 37-54. Washington: American Psychiatric Press.  ...  the results of eye-movement desensitisation were not significantly different from those of control conditions, and â€oe¿ possibly less efficacious than having subjects stare at a dot on the wall.†MICHAELA  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjp.164.5.705 pmid:7921736 fatcat:eygke23frfalrp7gtxrzguhqe4

Core Schemas and Suicidality in a Chronically Traumatized Population

Lissa Dutra, Kelley Callahan, Evan Forman, Michaela Mendelsohn, Judith Herman
2008 Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  
A cutoff score of 28 on this scale is reflective of symptom severity at a level that is consistent with a diagnosis of PTSD (Coffey et al., 1998; Foa et al., 1997) .  ...  The PDS has demonstrated good sensitivity and specificity, internal consistency and test-retest reliability, and concurrent and convergent validity (Foa et al., 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.1097/nmd.0b013e31815fa4c1 pmid:18195645 fatcat:idrhvr5zbberdmr7ashlajedh4

Table of Contents

2020 2020 IEEE Conference on Games (CoG)  
Foa', Amalia Lopopolo and Antonella Petaccia JUSTIN: An Audience Participation Game With A Purpose for Collecting Descriptions for Artwork Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ...  Engström and Shuichi Kurabayashi Lower Limb Rehabilitation in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis using Serious Games . . . . . . . . . . 336 Pier Luca Lanzi, Fabrizia Corona, Alex De Vita, Giovanni Filocamo, Michaela  ... 
doi:10.1109/cog47356.2020.9231623 fatcat:gxvdthpvsbandb7wcwv7e7h56q

Vivaldi's Bohemian Manuscripts

Paul Everett
2013 Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland  
The present article was originally published in Czech translation by Michaela Freemanová: 'Vivaldiho bohemikální rukopisy', Opus musicum, 44/3 (2012), 14-25.  ...  Freeman, The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton von Sporck, Studies in Czech Music, 2 (Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1992). 6 7 TABLE I I RV 82I-Tn; Foà 40, fols 6-9.  ...  Tn; Foà 40, fols 2-5. Trio in G minor, for lute, violin and basso continuo. Autograph score, superscribed Trio P[er] Leuto, Violino, e Basso 5[?]. [space] Originale del Viualdi / P[er] S[ua].  ... 
doi:10.35561/jsmi08123 fatcat:gyrrboszwfhipjz7dfp25e5qfm

Page 4807 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 85, Issue 11 [page]

1998 Psychological Abstracts  
Amin, Nader; Foa, Edna B. & Coles, Meredith E. (Al- legheny U, Dept of Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA) Negative inter- pretation bias in social phobia.  ...  .; Honeder, Michaela; Krem- ser, Christian; Kemmler, Georg et al. (LNK Salzburg, Dept of Psychiatry, Salzburg, Austria) Hippocampal volume reduction in male schizophrenic patients.  ... 

Page 1651 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 90, Issue 5 [page]

2003 Psychological Abstracts  
Allan, 12912 in, Michaela N., 12020 Geller, Barbara, 13348, 13353 Gennetian, Lisa A., 14325 Gentile, J.  ...  ., 11976 Foa, Edna B., 13445 Fogarty, Gerald J., 12100 Foitzik, Susanne, 12303 Folkard, Simon, 14851 Folkes, Valerie S., 147 Foikins, J.  ... 

Versatile Genetic Tool Box for the Crenarchaeote Sulfolobus acidocaldarius

Michaela Wagner, Marleen van Wolferen, Alexander Wagner, Kerstin Lassak, Benjamin H. Meyer, Julia Reimann, Sonja-Verena Albers
2012 Frontiers in Microbiology  
To enforce the "pop out" by a second single crossover recombination event, cells were then streaked on second selection plates that contained 5-FOA as only pyrEFcells are resistant to 5-FOA.  ...  After transformation the cells were streaked on gelrite plates containing uracil and 5-FOA.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2012.00214 pmid:22707949 pmcid:PMC3374326 fatcat:qyhft3spojeehcu5ptugn7qjxi

The Threatening Troika of Populism, Nationalism, and Neoliberalism

Tanya Voss, Jo Daugherty Bailey, Jim Ife, Michaela Köttig
2018 Journal of Human Rights and Social Work  
For example, B[I] n Poland and Hungary, populist strongmen have begun to put pressure on critical media, to violate minority rights, and to undermine key institutions such as independent courts (Foa and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41134-018-0072-5 fatcat:bgc4famkqvfvfad4ypej3y7hry
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