Fewer visits to outpatient clinics and intensive therapy. Internet of things to help people in rehabilitation.
Distance therapy and telerehabilitace at home. How do see the future of modern technologies the president of the Czech Association of Robotics, telemedicine and Cybernetics (ARTAK) Jakub Pětioký?
After the release of the client from intensive inpatient rehabilitation in the home environment, the client may be in a therapeutic vacuum: either not at home therapy available, absent or Specialist, or. uss long wait for term specialized therapy. This situation is much more serious, If the client can not occur separately for therapy, It is dependent on help of another person. To overcome this global problem, ie. ensuring the availability of care for clients at home, For the past few years developed a means of distance therapy telerehabilitace. Thanks to advances in technology development, miniaturization of sensors, ensuring the stability and strengthening of data and implementation of Internet goods by road1 the current means for providing distance therapy at home much cheaper and become more accessible. Some of these technologies are already used by clients NF REGIBASE in the pilot testing.
NF REGIBASE is co-founder of the Czech Association of Robotics, telemedicine and Cybernetics (ARTAK), Association for the dissemination and promotion of robotics applications, telemedicine and cybernetics in the field of rehabilitation, medical and assistive technologies in clinical, home and community care, among professionals and the public and other professional associations.