Considerations for development of sensing and monitoring tools to facilitate treatment and care of persons with lower-limb loss: A review. Brian J. Hafner, PhD; Joan E. Sanders, PhD. Aim
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Proposed multidimensional model of rehabilitation that embraces use of sensing and monitoring technologies for communicating information between prosthetic devices, patients, and their healthcare providers.
Presented hypothetical clinical situations to illustrate how information from physical and biological sensors can promote successful outcomes for prosthetic patients.
Although challenges to development of efficient, cost-effective sensor systems for prosthetic applications remain, they can be addressed.
Thoughtfully developing and integrating sensor systems into clinical practice may enhance quality of care provided to persons with limb loss and promote prosthetic users’ function, health, and quality of life.