In the course of eSHOE’s development a number of research projects were carried out. Below, the three most important cornerstones can be found.
Partial weight bearing
eSHOE insoles can be implemented to provide patients with feedback during the early mobilization process after lower body operations to improve their compliance with partial weight bearing limitations.
Mobile gait analysis & therapy progress monitoring
The detection of standard gait parameters in eSHOE’s raw data was a basic requirement. These results have been validated against golden standard methods. From there on out
a proof-of-concept for the monitoring of the therapy progress of hip fracture patients was attempted.
eSHOE was expanded into a distributed system to support the rehabilitation process of stroke patients at home after they left inpatient care in the nationally funded (FFG) research project ‘MISTRAAL’.
Find out about eSHOE’s next public appearances, latest scientific publications, information about funding and eSHOE’s future.
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This website will provide insights into the research project “eSHOE”, including public appearances, application areas and current research activities.
Lange Nacht der Forschung 2018
Meet us at “Lange Nacht der Forschung” on friday, April 13th, between 17:00 and 23:00 at the Medical University of Vienna, Hörsaalzentrum AKH Wien.
eHealth 2018 conference
We will present a scientific poster at the eHealth conference 2018, 8.-9. May 2018, Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria.
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Funding & Cooperation
eSHOE’s results could on the one hand be achieved by the voluntary commitment of a lot of people. Many students put in their time and effort in the courses of their PhD, Master’s and Bachelor’s theses. On the other hand the project was partially funded by the Austrian research promotion agency (FFG) in the form of two cooperative research projects. These projects would not have been possible or successful without these valuable partners.