Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Comparative study of Wearable Devices for Detection, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Nikita Gautam, Amit Shrivastava
Abstract
This comparative study paper summarizes the recent development in area of the hand wearable electronic devices for the rehabilitation and monitoring of the carpal tunnel syndrome. These devices mainly focus on the hand wearable system to supervise the posture and working pattern of repetitive hand movements during performing tasks on computer or other devices. This study main summarizes criteria is the application of electronic systems working for assessment rather than growth of new wearable sensor systems. There is a brief explanation about the biosensors sensors and data acquisition technology that benefits researchers to instrument wearable systems. A detailed description of various methods of evaluation for CTS is explained for application of wearable technologies. This system can be implemented in various areas like health and wellbeing, care, homebased therapy, valuation of treatment usefulness, and early sighting of disorders. A system can be developed by combining wearables with sensors to achieve home monitoring of humans and subjects with risky circumstances. Forthcoming works mandatory to development the system to clinical disposition of biosensors.
Keywords
arpal tunnel syndrome, Orthosis, inertial, Prevention, Work-related musculoskeletal disorders, Muscular fatigue, Rutgers Master, Tele-rehabilitation
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