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Exercisers, Computer-Aided Training, Upper Limb, Hand/Wrist

Definition : Computer-aided training exercisers designed to train and assess patients during rehabilitation of the hands, particularly of the wrist and finger joints. These exercisers usually consist of a computerized unit with detachable sensors (e.g., a dedicated glove) that detect the wrist and finger joint movements and appropriate software. The computerized units measure, monitor, assess, and provide feedback of the user's performance while moving the wrist and finger joints, including the assessment of the accuracy of movement and exerted pinch forces. Hand/wrist computer-aided exercisers are intended for functional and motor rehabilitation of the hand; they are used for physical therapy and rehabilitation after neurological and orthopedic trauma or disease.

Entry Terms : "Finger Joint Training Computer-Aided Exercisers" , "Wrist/Finger Joint Training Computer-Aided Exercisers" , "Wrist/Hand Training Computer-Aided Exercisers" , "Hand/Wrist Training Computer-Aided Exercisers" , "Wrist Training Computer-Aided Exercisers" , "Hand Training Computer-Aided Exercisers"

UMDC code : 27728

   

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