MEMORI-net involves medical doctors, specialized personnel experts in the field of the rehabilitation and scientists that are in close contact with the clinical needs of stroke patients.
Moreover, the results the project are directed to the authorities of the health agencies of the transborder region to activate new policies for the integrated motor and cognitive rehabilitation.
This section includes educational materials (documents, papers, videolectures, and so on) translated in diffent languages (Italian, Slovenian, and eventually English) and targeted to medical professionals.
In particular, the videolectures are subtitled and translated in different languages. Instructions to use them are available here.
Finally, to facilitate the communication and the final operation for the amelioration of patients managed in the cross-border region, please see the MEMORI-net ICT platform. The link will be available as soon as possible.
26th October 2018 - Cerebral stroke: MEMORI-net and the new rehabilitation perspectives - Medical Professionals’ Event
On Friday 26th October 2018, at Bibione Thermae, the MEMORI-net consortium organized a medical professionals' event focused on the new rehabilitation perspectives in the context of the cerebral stroke. Great interest and involvement of the participants during the event.
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Experience modulates motor imagery-based brain activity [Reserch report]
Sarah N. Kraeutner, Sean R. McWhinney, Jack P. Solomon, Lori Dithurbide, Shaun G. Boe
First published: 07 March 2018 in European Journal of Neuroscience - doi:10.1111/ejn.13900
Abstract. Whether or not brain activation during motor imagery (MI), the mental rehearsal of movement, is modulated by experience (i.e. skilled performance, achieved through long-term practice) remains unclear. Specifically, MI is generally associated with diffuse activation patterns that closely resemble novice physical performance, which may be attributable to a lack of experience with the task being imagined vs. being a distinguishing feature of MI. We sought to examine ...
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A “noisy” electrical stimulation protocol favors muscle regeneration in vitro through release of endogenous ATP. [Reserch paper]
Alessandra Bosutti, Annalisa Bernareggi, Gabriele Massaria, Paola D'Andrea, Giuliano Taccola, Paola Lorenzon, Marina Sciancalepore
Published: May 2019 in Experimental Cell Research
Abstract. An in vitro system of electrical stimulation was used to explore whether an innovative “noisy” stimulation protocol derived from human electromyographic recordings (EMGstim) could promote muscle regeneration. ...
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Introduction to the ITC Platform MEMORI-net
To facilitate the communication and the final operation for the amelioration of patients managed in the cross-border region, MEMORI-net developed an ICT platform.
The complete manual aims to help the operator in using the ICT platform for data collection within the MEMORI-net project an it is available to the users directly into the platform. This page aims to show most important functionalities available into the platform to collect the data during the clinical experimental protocol proposed by MEMORI-net.
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Neurofeedback induced restoration on sensorimotor rhythm after 24h of hand immobilization. [Reserch paper]
Joanna Jarmolowska, Marco Colussi, Aleksandar Miladinović, Uroš Marušič, Piero Paolo Battaglini
Published: 2018 in Sobodni Pogledi na Mozgansko Kap
Abstract. In this study, we examined the effect of neurofeedback on EEG changes due to immobilization of the dominant hand. Desynchronization of the sensorimotor rhythms during motor imagery was used as a tool to investigate brain activity. The study is based on 8 healthy subjects who underwent immobilization of the dominant hand for 24 hours. ...
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Introduction to the Cognitive Mobile App MEMORI-net
Brain injury (such as Stroke, or TBI) produces a complex constellation of medical consequences including physical, emotional and cognitive deficits. Between them, cognitive impairments are the most critical determinants of ultimate rehabilitation outcome. Therefore, cognitive rehabilitation represents an integral component of brain injury/neuro-rehabilitation and "Neuropsychological Rehabilitation can be described...
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