A Novel Setup and Protocol to Measure the Range of Motion of the Wrist and the Hand

K. Nizamis, N. Rijken, A. Mendes, M. Janssen, A. Bergsma, B. Koopman

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    Abstract

    The human hand is important for the performance of activities of daily living which are directly related to quality of life. Various conditions, such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) can affect the function of the human hand and wrist. The ability to assess the impairment in the hand and the wrist by measuring the range of motion (ROM), is essential for the development of effective rehabilitation protocols. Currently the clinical standard is the goniometer. In this study we explore the feasibility and reliability of an optical sensor (Leap motion sensor) in measuring active hand/wrist ROM. We measured the hand/wrist ROM of 20 healthy adults with the goniometer and the Leap motion sensor, in order to check the agreement between the two methods and additionally, we performed a test-retest of the Leap motion sensor with 12 of them, to assess its reliability. The results suggest low agreement between the goniometer and the leap motion sensor, yet showing a large decrease in measurement time and high reliability when using the later. Despite the low agreement between the two methods, we believe that the Leap motion sensor shows potential to contribute to the development of hand rehabilitation protocols and be used with patients in a clinical setting.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages143-143
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 22 May 2019
    Event3rd Congress on NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair 2019 - Maastricht, Netherlands
    Duration: 22 May 201924 May 2019
    Conference number: 3

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    Conference3rd Congress on NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair 2019
    CountryNetherlands
    CityMaastricht
    Period22/05/1924/05/19

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    Goniometers
    Sensors
    Patient rehabilitation
    Optical sensors
    Time measurement

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    Nizamis, K., Rijken, N., Mendes, A., Janssen, M., Bergsma, A., & Koopman, B. (2019). A Novel Setup and Protocol to Measure the Range of Motion of the Wrist and the Hand. 143-143. Poster session presented at 3rd Congress on NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair 2019, Maastricht, Netherlands.
    Nizamis, K. ; Rijken, N. ; Mendes, A. ; Janssen, M. ; Bergsma, A. ; Koopman, B. / A Novel Setup and Protocol to Measure the Range of Motion of the Wrist and the Hand. Poster session presented at 3rd Congress on NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair 2019, Maastricht, Netherlands.1 p.
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    A Novel Setup and Protocol to Measure the Range of Motion of the Wrist and the Hand. / Nizamis, K.; Rijken, N.; Mendes, A.; Janssen, M.; Bergsma, A.; Koopman, B.

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