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A Device for Local or Remote Monitoring of Hand Rehabilitation Sessions for Rheumatic Patients

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The different exercises and the related tools (plus the temperature sensor) supported by the proposed device.

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The appearance of the proposed telerehabilitation device.

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Main components of the telemonitoring system for hand kinesiotherapy.

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Deferred telemonitoring operating mode.

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Therapist's real-time control interface.

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Real-time control of the device.

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The monitoring software: a view of the main client monitoring software windows.

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Box plot of the percentage variation of some functional hand parameters at the end of the trial (T2) with respect to the beginning of it (T0). Median is highlighted, crosses represent statistical outliers. ROMf: ROM finger flexo-extension; ROMw: ROM wrist flexo-extension. Subscript dev indicates measurements performed with the device. Statistically significant improvements of the parameters have been marked with asterisks.

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Figure 9
Box plot of the percentage variation of some functional hand parameters at the end of the trial (T2) with respect to the beginning of it (T0). Median is highlighted, crosses represent statistical outliers. All the measurements were performed with the device. CTorque: clockwise rotation torque; ATorque: anticlockwise rotation torque; 1st–4th Force: fingers force in opposition to the thumb. Statistically significant improvements of the parameters have been marked with asterisks.