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Video: Games and telemonitoring for stroke patients
Video: Games and telemonitoring for stroke patients
The EU-funded REWIRE project has developed an innovative rehabilitation platform for stroke patients based on an intelligent game engine. This system will be a big help for hospitals which are being saturated by the large number of stroke victims each year.
Thanks to a patented game engine (called IGER system), patients discharged from the hospital can continue doing their intensive rehabilitation at home, under remote monitoring by clinical staff. Thanks to REWIRE (www.rewire-project.eu), health service providers will be able to assess more people, without increasing costs.
Rewire game
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