Designed for people after a stroke, accidents or with neuromuscular diseases, a 3D printed hand rehabilitation exoskeleton will help exercise movements of the shoulder and elbow joints. Engineers, programmers and physiotherapists will use artificial intelligence to automatically analyse patient's mistakes.
There is a clear relationship between malocclusion and postural stability and balance, show researchers from three universities in Kraków. Therefore, when treating and diagnosing posture defects, one should approach the patient holistically instead of focusing only on the skeletal and muscular system.
Fanconi anaemia is a very rare genetic disease. Due to the small number of patients, it is difficult to conduct clinical trials on it. Scientists from an international team propose using advanced mathematics to collect large amounts and various types of genetic and health data from a limited number of patients.
Virtual reality applications can be helpful in the therapy and rehabilitation of people who have suffered a stroke. Scientists from the Faculty of Mechatronics of the Warsaw University of Technology have developed three solutions of this type intended for patients with various post-stroke complications.