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Developing the Skeleton Avatar camera technique as a rapid, valid and sensitive measurement of mobility in COPD patients treated in primary care

The main objective for this seed project within Linnaeus University Centre for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA) is to investigate if image visualization with the Skeleton Avatar of moving patterns could be viable and valid for early indication of impairment in mobility and health in COPD patients treated in primary care.

Title
Developing the Skeleton Avatar camera technique as a rapid, valid and sensitive measurement of mobility in COPD patients treated in primary care
Applicants
Cecilia Fagerström, Anders Halling, Linda Askenäs, Olof Björneld, Amanda Hellström, Mirjam Ekstedt
Project period
Dec 2018–Nov 2019
Core research areas
eHealth
Proposal
Skeleton avatar proposal 1812.pdf

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