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2018 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Real-Time Schizophrenia Monitoring Using Wearable Motion Sensitive Devices

verfasst von : Talia Tron, Yehezkel S. Resheff, Mikhail Bazhmin, Abraham Peled, Daphna Weinshall

Erschienen in: Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare

Verlag: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Motor peculiarity is an integral part of the schizophrenia disorder, having various manifestations both throughout the phases of the disease, and as a response to treatment. The current subjective non-quantitative evaluation of these traits leads to multiple interpretations of phenomenology, which impairs the reliability and validity of psychiatric diagnosis. Our long-term objective is to quantitatively measure motor behavior in schizophrenia patients, and develop automatic tools and methods for patient monitoring and treatment adjustment. In the present study, wearable devices were distributed among 25 inpatients in the closed wards of a Mental Health Center. Motor activity was measured using embedded accelerometers, as well as light and temperature sensors. The devices were worn continuously by participants throughout the duration of the experiment, approximately one month. During this period participants were also clinically evaluated twice weekly, including patients’ mental, motor, and neurological symptom severity. Medication regimes and outstanding events were also recorded by hospital staff. Below we discuss the general framework for monitoring psychiatric patients with wearable devices. We then present results showing correlations between features of activity in various daily time-windows, and measures derived from the psychiatrist’s clinical assessment or abnormal events in the patients’ routine.

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Metadaten
Titel
Real-Time Schizophrenia Monitoring Using Wearable Motion Sensitive Devices
verfasst von
Talia Tron
Yehezkel S. Resheff
Mikhail Bazhmin
Abraham Peled
Daphna Weinshall
Copyright-Jahr
2018
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98551-0_28

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