TELEMONITORING SYSTEM FOR PATIENTS WITH TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT
The subject of this project is to design and implement a home monitoring system for patients with knee rehabilitation recovering after surgery. Usually they go to hospital for exercising and they are monitored by physicians to assure that their knee performs enough degree of flexion (i.e., they can bend their knee and improve it over the exercise course).
TELEMONINTORING SYSTEM FOR PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
Remote chronic illness management is a growing need in Colorado as the general population ages. Through the Urban Health Initiative, a team of researchers at the University of Denver and the Denver Health Medical Center are launching a pilot study focused on Congestive Heart Failure which is the second largest chronic illness in the U.S. The goal of this investigation is to reduce hospitalization by 25% through the use of a home monitoring system.