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master's thesis
Rehabilitation technology for people with motor disorders

Anđela Bošković (2016)
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TitleRehabilitacijska tehnologija za osobe s motoričkim poremećajima
AuthorAnđela Bošković
Mentor(s)Renata Pinjatela (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Cilj ovog rada je dati prikaz primjene rehabilitacijske tehnologije u rehabilitaciji kod osoba s motoričkim poremećajima. Asistivni uređaji i služe osobi s invaliditetom da bolje funkcionira u svakodnevnom životu te postigne višu kvalitetu života u svom domu i u zajednici u kojoj živi te postigne najviši stupanj samostalnosti. Rehabilitacijska tehnologija koristi se u rehabilitaciji osoba s motoričkim poremećajima u posljednjih 30-ak godina kako bi omogućila izvođenje terapijskih procesa koji zahtijevaju veliki broj ponavljanja. Tradicionalne rehabilitacijske terapije veoma su zahtjevne te ekonomski opterećujuće za zdravstveni sustav bilo koje zemlje, a faktori poput starenja stanovništva i očekivanog nedostatka kadra zdravstvene skrbi, potiču inovacije u području rehabilitacije. Zbog otkrivene i potvrđene neuroplastičnosti mozga razvio se pojam neurorehabilitacije koja podrazumijeva metode i tehnologije koje potiču efikasnost očuvanih struktura, te na taj način unaprijeđuju neovisnost i kvalitetu života osobe s invaliditetom. Danas postoji veliki broj različitih suvremenih sustava za rehabilitaciju od kojih će se u ovom radu predstaviti oni koji su trenutno na tržištu te se primjenjuju u svijetu i u Hrvatskoj. Vjeruje se da će robotski sustavi postati dio standardne rehabilitacijske opreme u bliskoj budućnosti, a dosad provedena istraživanja pokazala su da rehabilitacija pomoću robotskih uređaja može biti barem jednako učinkovita kao manualni oblik terapije, ali su potrebni dokazi o većoj učinkovitosti kako bi se njihova klinička primjena proširila.
Keywordsrehabilitation technology motor disorders neuroplasticity assistive technologies
Parallel title (English)Rehabilitation technology for people with motor disorders
Committee MembersRenata Pinjatela (committee chairperson)
Renata Martinec (committee member)
Damir Miholić (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Education/Rehabilitation Sciences
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeEducational Rehabilitation
Academic title abbreviationmag. rehab. educ.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-15
Parallel abstract (English)
The purpose of this paper is to represent the application of rehabilitation technologies for rehabilitation for people with motor disorders. Assistive technology refers to a variety of devices and services related to their use aimed at helping persons with disabilities and special education/rehabilitation needs to function better within their daily context and achieve independence and a higher quality of life. Rehabilitation technology is used in the rehabilitation of people with physical disabilities in the last 30 years, in order to enable execution of therapeutic processes that require a large number of repetitions. Traditional rehabilitation therapies are very demanding and economically burdensome for the health system of any country, and factors such as population aging and the expected lack of staff of health care, encourage innovation in the field of rehabilitation. Because detected and confirmed, neuroplasticity of the brain developed the concept of neurorehabilitation, which includes methods and technologies that encourage efficiency-preserved structure, and thus enhance the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities. Today there is a variety of modern devices for rehabilitation of which in this paper will be presented those currently on the market in Croatia and worldwide. Robotic systems are believed to be used as standard rehabilitation tools in the near future. Studies conducted so far showed that robotic rehabilitation can be as effective as manually assisted training but a higher benefit should be desirable to spread its use in clinics worldwide.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)rehabilitacijska tehnologija motorički poremećaji neuroplastičnost asistivna tehnologija
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:158:297570
CommitterIvanka Šarić