In this paper, a study on the use of ICT support to help therapists and Systemic Sclerosis (SSc) patients in the recovery phase is described. The ReMoVES platform is conceived in the field of assistive computing technologies and delivers engaging exergames to be performed in conjunction with traditional rehabilitation both at home and at clinical centers, thus enabling the continuity of care. The present work refers to the implementation and integration in the ReMoVES platform of standard hand rehabilitative exercises for SSc, that typically involves repetitive movements. Data related to game sessions are collected and analyzed for assessing the patients' conditions.

2020 Exergame for systemic sclerosis rehabilitation: a pilot study In International Conference on Health Informatics and Medical Systems - HIMS 2020 Springer.

Trombini Marco;Morando Matteo;Dellepiane Silvana
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In this paper, a study on the use of ICT support to help therapists and Systemic Sclerosis (SSc) patients in the recovery phase is described. The ReMoVES platform is conceived in the field of assistive computing technologies and delivers engaging exergames to be performed in conjunction with traditional rehabilitation both at home and at clinical centers, thus enabling the continuity of care. The present work refers to the implementation and integration in the ReMoVES platform of standard hand rehabilitative exercises for SSc, that typically involves repetitive movements. Data related to game sessions are collected and analyzed for assessing the patients' conditions.
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