Khymeia Telerehabilitation


Khymeia offers the most complete and innovative tele-rehabilitation ecosystem of all time. The Telecockpit workstation in the clinical center manages the VRRS Evo systems of the clinical center, the VRRS TR remote local systems and the VRRS Home Tablet devices in real time, creating a perfect Hub & Spoke network.

TeleCockpit


Khymeia Telecockpit is the innovative technological workstation equipped with a proprietary videoconference codec, dedicated to manage either the remote and home devices either the medical imaging, including streaming activities.
Khymeia Telecockpit allows the therapist to get the full control of the remote device and watch either the patient either the the VRRS Home Tablet simultaneously, so then he can interact with the patient in real time.

VRRS TR


VRRS TR is the device used as the ideal technology for HUB & SPOKE type territorial implementations; typically the VRRS Evo is installed at the clinical centers (HUB), while the TR system at the territorial references such as peripheral sites or family doctor clinics to be used by patients in the area (SPOKE). VRRS TR is equipped with the exclusive magnetic technology, touchscreen monitor, pan/tilt camera and includes all the rehabilitation modules of the VRRS Evo system.

VRRS Home Tablet


VRRS Home Tablet is the device that finally makes possible home tele-rehabilitation, not only cognitive, speech therapy and respiratory, but also motor rehabilitation using the VRRS K-Wand and the VRRS Khymu; the sessions can be performed in 2 modalities:

  • Online, the therapist interacts on line and in real time with the patient, taking full control of the VRRS Home Tablet through a dedicated videoconference tool.
  • Offline, the patient executes on his own the customized session of exercises, assisted by the VRRS ”smart virtual assistant”.

K-Wand


VRRS K-Wand is the innovative device for motor tele-rehabilitation of the upper limb and trunk. K-Wand is equipped with a unique light recognition technology and includes a wide set of sensors that make the device extraordinarily eclectic, effectively managing a wide range of diseases. K-Wand finally makes motor home-based telerehabilitation possible.

VRRS Khymu


VRRS Khymu is the set of sensors used to perform the motor tele-rehabilitation activities of the lower limb. Together with the VRRS K-Wand it is able to allow full body motor tele-rehabilitation.

Telerehabilitation Publications


Telemedicine for Facio-Scapulo-Humeral Muscular Dystrophy: A multidisciplinary approach to improve quality of life and reduce hospitalization rate? – Disability and Health Journal

The aim of the study "Telemedicine for Facio-Scapulo-Humeral Muscular Dystrophy: A multidisciplinary approach to improve quality of life and reduce…


The Neuroscience Network of the Italian Ministry of Health – The Network Projects

At the Congress "Disease mechanisms, new diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines in neurology" held at the Mondino Foundation on November 23, 2017,…


Virtual reality as support for the development of sustainability and efficiency of the NHS – ISTUD Business School

The Project Work "Virtual reality as support for the development of sustainability and efficiency of the NHS" published in the community "ISTUD…


Telerehabilitation Project at Fondazione Un Passo Insieme Onlus

The website of the "Un Passo Insieme Onlus" Foundation explains the project of Telerehabilitation that uses our VRRS systems for the rehabilitation…


Telerehabilitation and recovery of motor function: a systematic review and meta-analysis – SAGE Journals

The paper "Telerehabilitation and recovery of motor function: a systematic review and meta-analysis" on SAGE Journals - Journal of Telemedicine and…


Telerehabilitation in Poststroke Anomia – BioMed Research International

The paper on BioMed Research International "Telerehabilitation in Poststroke Anomia" shows how the treatment of naming deficits from remote using…


Telerehabilitation for stroke patients: an overview of reviews – JACCES

The publication "Telerehabilitation for stroke patients: an overview of reviews" in the Journal of Accessibility and Design for All provides an…


Exercises for Paretic Upper Limb After Stroke: A Combined Virtual-Reality and Telemedicine Approach – Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine

The paper on Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine "Exercises for Paretic Upper Limb After Stroke: A Combined Virtual-Reality and Telemedicine Approach"…


Satisfaction with care in post-stroke patients undergoing a telerehabilitation programme at home – SAGE Journals

The paper on SAGE Journals - Telemedicine and Telecare "Satisfaction with care in post-stroke patients undergoing a telerehabilitation programme at…


Post-stroke arm motor telerehabilitation web-based – IEEE

The paper on IEEE "Post-stroke arm motor telerehabilitation web-based" evaluates the effects of a telerehabilitation program designed for…