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eTherapy: A Remote Nutrition Monitoring Solution for Oncology Patients

www.etherapy.at Why? We want to reduce the number of cancer patients that suffer from malnutrition. Nutrition, and particularly malnutrition, is a key concern in cancer management, with...

PAR®OT – Call Me By Your Need

INTRODUCTION With the conventional nurse call button, there is no differentiation between requests. Every alarm has to be...

Dr. BellyWell – keep your belly well

Dr. BellyWell is an application, which assists patients receiving gastric bypass surgeries. The focus is on giving those patients valuable information before their scheduled intervention and to primarily support their recovery after the surgery.

FallTec: Sensor-based fall prevention for patients with dementia

Dementia increases fall risk Many elderly people suffer from the consequences of falls, which cost around 32 billion euros...

Sm@rt WORK(ing)

1          Project “Sm@rt Work” is an up to date project. The time is right for smart developments in the health sector. The aim of our...

Train & Win

As you may remember, the aim of this project is to design a training system for elderly, which uses the Microsoft Kinect as a...

Virtual Reality Therapy

The goal of this project is to create a software solution for Virtual Reality Therapy which gives a therapist the possibility to select from...

NURPHY – Communication tool between NURSES and PHYSICIANS

NURPHY is the prototype of a web-based application for real-time video communication between nurses in nursing homes and emergency care units (ECU)  to avoid...

Usability testing – indirect calorimetry

Usability Evaluation of an calorimetric measuring device Calorimetry measurement Calorimetry means “calor” which is heat (metric) and metran the method (measurement). There two different methods to...

Evaluation of a Kinect-based rehab programme with physiotherapists

Our project is heading towards the final phase! Brand-new, we are able to present the results of our investigation. You just do not remember...