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“Smart glove” for central nervous system rehab proven effective

24 Feb '22
The SensoRehab complex from the SensoMed company, a resident of the Skolkovo Foundation (VEB.RF group), will be used in the scientific and practical Center for Medical Rehabilitation, Restorative and Sports Medicine of the Moscow Health Department and the Medical Rehabilitation Center of Sechenov University.

The development consists of three parts: an ultra-precise Senso Glove smart glove, a rehabilitation technique created by practicing rehabilitation doctors, and a set of cognitive games. Sensors in the glove allow you to track the movements of the hand and fingers in any direction, and games restore fine motor skills and speed up the process of rehabilitation psychosomatically.
Alexander Polishchuk, Technical Director of SensoMed: “At the moment, we have reached a stable version of the product with clear competitive advantages over analogues, including: high accuracy of the device, enabling patients with even minimal motor opportunities (from 1 degree) to undergo rehabilitation, three-channel biofeedback and synchronization of patient data between devices.”
Clinical trials and work on improving the product were carried out for three years. Patients got the opportunity to use the product both in clinics and at home: the software can be downloaded to any computer, and the application interface is convenient and understandable.
Irena Pogonchenkova, Director of the Scientific and Practical Center for Medical Rehabilitation, Restorative and Sports Medicine of the Moscow Department of Health: “60 patients of the Center took part in the study. Of these, 36 people with diseases of the central nervous system, 24 patients with diseases of the peripheral nervous system. During the study, improvements in the object-manipulative activity of the hand were noted, as well as an improvement in the cognitive status and emotional state of patients. SensoRehab helps to reduce staff labor costs by reducing operating time per patient.”

Konstantin Ternovoi, Director of the Center for Medical Rehabilitation of Sechenov University, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor: “74 patients took part in the studies at our center, 61 of them with diseases of the central nervous system, 13 with diseases of the peripheral nervous system. After SensoRehab sessions, a pattern was revealed between an increase in rehabilitation potential and a decrease in treatment time. The development also maintains a high level of motivation, which is very important when working with children.”

Yulia Shcheglova, Project Manager of the Biomedical Technology Cluster of the Skolkovo Foundation: “SensoRehab has been tested in leading rehabilitation centers in Russia, and pilot tests have confirmed its effectiveness. We received positive feedback and recommendations from leading experts in the field of neurorehabilitation. This means that the “smart glove” of the SensoMed team has become one step closer to large-scale commercialization. We are proud to be a resident of the Foundation and hope that millions of patients will be able to recover faster with the help of new technology in medical institutions, and, importantly in a pandemic, at home.”
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