Research Online Tele-Rehabilitation Program in People After a Stroke Living at Home

Terminated

Phase N/A Results N/A

Trial Description

Telerehabilitation refers to the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to provide rehabilitation services to people remotely in their homes or other environments. By using ICT, patient access to care can be improved and the reach of clinicians can extend beyond the physical walls of a traditional healthcare facility, thus expanding continuity of care to persons with disabling conditions. The concept of telecare, when telerehabilitation is used to deliver services to patients in their homes or other living environments, empowers and enables individuals to take control of the management of their medical needs and interventions by enabling personalized care, choice and personal control Research Goal and Objectives
1. To investigate the clinical feasibility and usability of the Gertner Tele-Motion-Rehab system in post-stroke patients, in their homes.
2. To evaluate Gertner Tele-Motion-Rehab system clinical improvement within the patient's home in terms of:
1. function of the weak upper extremity
2. performance of ADL

Trial Stopped: Halted before intervention due to approval of service.

Conditions

Interventions

  • Tele Rehabilitation Device
    Other Names: Gertner Institute Tele Motion Rehabilitation system
    ARM 1: Kind: Experimental
    Label: Single arm study
    Description: The clients will receive tele-rehabilitation treatment via the Gertner Tele-Motion Rehabilitation system with remote online monitoring by the therapist. Treatment feedback is given in the form of Knowledge of results (game scores) and Knowledge of performance (feedback of compensatory movements made while using the upper extremity) to enhance motor learning. The software generates a report which includes the duration and type of exercises performed by the subject.

Trial Design

  • Masking: Open Label
  • Purpose: Treatment
  • Endpoint: Efficacy Study
  • Intervention: Single Group Assignment

Outcomes

Type Measure Time Frame Safety Issue
Primary System usability scale Second assessment (after 6 weeks) No
Primary Short Feedback Questionnaire Second assessment ( after 6 week) No
Primary Fugl-Meyer Assessment upper extremity part (FMA) First assessment (beginning) No
Primary Motor Activity Log First assessment (beginning) No
Primary Change in System Usability Scale between 6th week and 12th week Third assessment (after 12 weeks) No
Primary Change in Short Feedback Questionnaire between 6th week and 12th week Third assessment (after 12 weeks) No
Primary Change in Fugl-Meyer Assessment upper extremity part (FMA)between baseline and 6th week Second assessment (after 6 weeks) No
Primary Change in Fugl-Meyer Assessment upper extremity part (FMA)between 6th week and 12th week Third Assessment (after 12 weeks) No
Primary Change in Motor Activity Log between baseline and 6th week Second assessment (after 6 weeks) No
Primary Change in Motor Activity Log between 6th week and 12th week Third assessment (after 12 weeks) No
Secondary Range of Motion (ROM) of shoulder and elbow First, second and third assessments (beginning, 6 & 12 weeks respectively) No
Secondary Visual Analog Scale (VAS) Second and third assessments (6 & 12 weeks respectively) No
Secondary Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) First and third assessments (beginning & 12 weeks respectively) No
Secondary Functional Independence Measure (FIM) First and third assessments (beginning & 12 weeks respectively) No
Secondary Stroke Impact Scale (SIS) First and third assessments (beginning & 12 weeks respectively) No

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