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Fully Automatic Fall Risk Assessment Based on a Fast Mobility Test

Wojciech Tylman, Rafał Kotas, Marek Kamiński, Paweł Marciniak, Sebastian Woźniak, Jan Napieralski, Bartosz Sakowicz, Magdalena Janc, Magdalena Józefowicz-Korczyńska, Ewa Zamysłowska-Szmytke
2021 Sensors  
This mobility test has never before been investigated as a sole source of data for fall risk assessment.  ...  This paper presents a fall risk assessment approach based on a fast mobility test, automatically evaluated using a low-cost, scalable system for the recording and analysis of body movement.  ...  The most widely used method for such quantitative evaluations of balance deficit is static posturography, which analyses sways with the subject in a quiet stance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21041338 pmid:33668626 pmcid:PMC7918104 fatcat:htz6d6v7uzbzfklu3bcgogndue

HERMES

Hyduke Noshadi, Foad Dabiri, Shaun Ahmadian, Navid Amini, Majid Sarrafzadeh
2013 ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems  
Hermes monitors walking behavior and uses an instability assessment model to generate quantitative value with episodes of activity identified by physician, researchers or investigators as important.  ...  We introduce Hermes, a lightweight smart shoe and its supporting infrastructure aimed at extending gait and instability analysis and human instability/balance monitoring outside of a laboratory environment  ...  Using these measures posturography [Monsell et al. 1997] can quantify postural control in static and dynamic condition and determine postural sway.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2435227.2435253 fatcat:cp5g3njia5cixily3aslx63drm

PHD THESIS: MOVEMENT ANALYSIS BY MEANS OF INERTIAL SENSORS: FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE Mellone Sabato

Supervisore Chiari, Angelo Cappello, Della Ugo, Croce, Wiebren Zijlstra
unpublished
Smartphone based solution, together or in place of dedicated wearable sensing units, can truly become a pervasive and low-cost means for providing suitable testing solutions for quantitative movement analysis  ...  In this way the sensor based assessment becomes an integral part of the clinical assessment.  ...  It has been verified if inertial sensor-based static posturography can reliably detect LID during kinetic-dynamic Levodopa monitoring in a group of PD patients.  ... 
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Assessment of Foot Signature Using Wearable Sensors for Clinical Gait Analysis and Real-Time Activity Recognition

Benoît Mariani
2012
This thesis presents a new wearable system and algorithmic methods for gait assessment in natural conditions, addressing the limitations of existing methods.  ...  Finally, we have used the proposed system in a large-scale clinical application involving more than 1800 subjects from age 7 to 77.  ...  Method Measurement devices and sensor configuration Ambulatory pressure insoles (Pedar-X, Novel, DE) were used as a reference system to measure the contact time of different regions of the foot with  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-5434 fatcat:d6zgy4ga45hmfjcwjkjw5irny4

Abstracts European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation 2019

EFNR The European Federation of NeuroRehabilitation Societies, Muresanu, D.
2019 Neurologie und Rehabilitation  
The World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation (WFNR) is a partner organization of the European Federation of NeuroRehabilitation Societies and strongly supports the European-wide approach of the EFNR in  ...  Here we report results of a novel wearable device: a pair of sensor insoles equipped with pressure force sensors and 3D accelerometer.  ...  Using the FIM patients had significant results in terms of recovery using a wearable robot.  ... 
doi:10.14624/nr1912001 fatcat:gzw5qlbn5rgfvg26ff5lal5l5q

Rehabilitation Engineering in Parkinson's disease

Martina <1980> Mancini, Angelo Cappello
2009
, and how these mechanism are affected by levodopa; 2) develop and validate a protocol, using wearable inertial sensors, to measure postural sway and postural transitions prior to step initiation; 3) find  ...  Levodopa improves the limits of stability but not the postural strategies used to achieve the leaning.  ...  Evaluation of postural instability in Parkinson's disease Static posturography Static posturography consists in recording the displacements of the center of pression (COP), using a force platform, during  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/1638 fatcat:niyfftqeujbzfm22kosv6tb5l4

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Virtual Conference June 11–12, 2020

2020 Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (JSEP)  
In our project, we used both electroencephalography (EEG) and wearable sensor data to characterize the developmental status of preterm infants.  ...  Kinematic data were recorded via a sensor on the spoon.  ...  As such, emotional regulation may be a novel approach to training self-control among student-athletes.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jsep.2020-0172 fatcat:7ap7mzw3rfcf5f5jfqwzhruj4y

Identifying people based on pressure board measurements

Samarth Lakhatariya
2015
Towards this end, we designed and implemented a system utilizing the Wii Balance Board. When a user steps on the board, we can obtain weight distribution and center of pressure.  ...  These can be used to train our model and based on it, we can identify a user. We tested our system using dataset obtained from 19 volunteers. The presented approach has accuracy of 97%.  ...  They used three sensors inside the shoe sole and a miniature gyroscope attached to the shoe sole. The sensors measures the applied pressure and the gyroscope is used to measure rotational velocity.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3p55qcj fatcat:7o5dyd3odjf25ozctcwdgitz4e

Functional health literacy and health-promoting behaviour in a national sample of British adults

C. v. Wagner, K. Knight, A. Steptoe, J. Wardle
2007 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  
A nationally funded randomized trial, led by Clemson, dgorously examined the efficacy of this novel approach to falls prevention.  ...  This tool was then adapted for use within a care home setting.  ...  Mood states (depression, tension, fatigue, vigour, anger, and confusion) were determined using the POMS-SF questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jech.2006.053967 pmid:18000132 pmcid:PMC2465677 fatcat:6wt4pkden5fqjm3f2vi3agcp4m

Proceedings SIAMOC 2019

Rita Stagni, Lorenzo Chiari, Silvia Fantozzi, Sabato Mellone, Maria Cristina Bisi
2019
Questo ha contribuito, in questi venti anni, a fare avanzare sensibilmente la ricerca italiana nel settore, conferendole un respiro ed un impatto internazionale, e a diffonderne l'applicazione clinica  ...  Il congresso annuale della Società Italiana di Analisi del Movimento in Clinica, giunto quest'anno alla sua ventesima edizione, ritorna a Bologna, che già ospitò il terzo congresso nazionale nel 2002.  ...  (Novel Pedar, 100 Hz) were used.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6260 fatcat:jgvyuuglhbaspgh7pvpnevb3om

Abstracts of The 3rd Asia-Oceanian Conference of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in Conjunction with The XI Annual Scientific Meeting of The Indonesian Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Association

P Tulaar
2012 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
It might be a novel approach in the bone regenerative medicine.  ...  Each of these subjects received intermittent pneumatic compression, using a pressure between 40-60 mmHg, with a pressure phase of 45 s and a relaxation phase of 15 s.  ...  The spasticity evaluation system included a rotational mechanism, an AC servo motor, a motion controller, position sensors, custom-made torque sensors, and a safety device.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0994 fatcat:hq2przzinbbsbb2tullwuq2chu

Exergames as a rehabilitation modality to improve postural control and risk of falls in frail and pre-frail older adults

Hammad Alhasan
2022
First, to summarise and synthesise the evidence related to the use of exergames (Nintendo Wii™) and frail older adults, a systematic review and meta-analysis was conducted.  ...  training protocol for frail and pre-frail older adults using exergames - exercise video games - as a rehabilitation modality, and to test the effectiveness of the protocol on postural control and risk  ...  In contrast, found that using wearable sensors showed significant improvement in COP sway compared to no intervention.  ... 
doi:10.26174/thesis.lboro.19783864 fatcat:h4durlunvfei3n47cbwevb5ytu

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Virtual Conference June 9-11, 2021

2021 Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (JSEP)  
As a result, when the explicit system increases its response, errors are siphoned away from the implicit system, thus reducing its learning.  ...  wearable sensors has given researchers the ability to monitor the development of infant motor control in the home environment.  ...  Infants wore a sensor on each ankle during the daytime for 5-14 days.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jsep.2021-0103 fatcat:6add57uuzja2pcd2qbkc6s5zei

Abstracts of the 2018 AANS/CNS Joint Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves Annual Meeting

2018 Neurosurgical Focus  
A delayed post-treatment testing period was used to assess for durable improvement in function. Results: All subjects demonstrated improvement in hand strength and upper extremity functional metrics.  ...  Methods: A double-blind study protocol was used to determine the effects of cervical electrical stimulation alone or in combination with the monoaminergic agonist buspirone on upper limb motor function  ...  Postural stability was evaluated using a forceplate and computerized dynamic posturography (Neurocom); two tests were selected to assess voluntary static postural control [Sensory Organization Test (SOT  ... 
doi:10.3171/2018.3.foc-aspnabstracts pmid:29517273 fatcat:yyrittpuifdmxlmelipbcvmjry

Play interventions for paediatric patients in hospital: a scoping review

Line Klingen Gjærde, Jane Hybschmann, Daniel Dybdal, Martha Krogh Topperzer, Morten Arnborg Schrøder, Jenny Louise Gibson, Paul Ramchandani, Elisabeth Ida Ginsberg, Bent Ottesen, Thomas Leth Frandsen, Jette Led Sørensen, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository
2021
We thematically synthesised the data from the included studies, and a descriptive analysis, based on a developed framework, is presented.ResultsOf the 297 included articles, 78% came from high-income countries  ...  Play is a non-invasive, safe and inexpensive intervention that can help paediatric patients and their families manage difficult aspects of being ill or hospitalised.  ...  wall), equipped with a large monitor; (3) a mat module with a sensorized mat and three wearable sensors (two bracelets and chest strap) and (4) a tele- rehabilitation module that allows the communication  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.73598 fatcat:n2x3iioo4zcptpjek7vyrrnliu
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