A triaxial accelerometer-based device to quantify static and dynamic balance deficits in patients with cerebellar ataxias. This is a smartphone application that allows you to measure the static and dynamic balance of patients with cerebellar ataxias. It is based on a triaxial accelerometer, which measures the acceleration of the device in three directions: front, back, and side. These are the main features offered by this app:
Measurement of static and dynamic balance in patients with cerebellar ataxias. Record data through graphs or text files. Data can be stored in the cloud for later analysis. Graphs show both axes simultaneously. Graphs can be exported as CSV files. Graphs can be displayed on Google Drive or Dropbox. The app shows an alarm when there is a change in posture. It includes a history function to record all data recorded since the last start up. Includes a calibration function for different devices (such as those used by physical therapists).
The authors state that it has been validated using clinical tests, such as the Timed Up and Go test (TUG), and that it reproduces results obtained from other similar devices available on the market today, such as BalanceMetrics (BM). However, they have not published any study where they have compared their results with others methods used to quantify balance disorders in cerebellar ataxias such as TUG or BM. Therefore, we cannot say if this method is more accurate than these other methods or not until there is some independent validation study published that compares its results with those obtained using other methods such as TUG or BM. This does not mean that it does not work well; it means that we need to wait for an independent validation study before we can make any conclusions about its accuracy compared to other methods used to quantify balance disorders in cerebellar ataxias such as TUG or BM. In summary, this tool works very well but we do not know if it is more accurate than other methods used to quantify balance disorders in cerebellar ataxias such as TUG or BM because no independent validation study has been published yet comparing its results with those obtained using these two methods for measuring balance disorders in cerebellar ataxias. If you want to help out with this important research project you will have to download the APK file of APP-Coo-Test right now! What's new in the latest version? No changelog available
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Usefull tips on how to use the APP-Coo-Test
1. Download APP-Coo-Test from the APKzest Store or the Apple App Store.
2. Enter the patient's name, age, sex, and cerebellar ataxia diagnosis in the app's main screen.
3. Place the triaxial accelerometer on the patient's shoulder and head, and wait for the app to start measuring data.
4. View the balance deficit results graphically on the app's main screen.
5. To export balance deficit data to a text file, tap on the "Export Data" button on the app's main screen.
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