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An interactive intervention training system used for monitoring a patient suffering from neurological disorders of movement or a subject seeking to improve skill performance and assisting their training. A patient (or trainee) station is used in interactive training. The patient (or trainee) station includes a computer. A supervisor station is used by, for example, a medical or other professional. The patient (or trainee) station and the supervisor station can communicate with each other, for example, over the Internet or over a LAN. The patient (or trainee) station may be located remotely or locally with respect to the supervisor station. Sensors collect physiologic information and physical information from the patient or subject while the patient or subject is undergoing training. This information is provided to the supervisor station. It may be summarized and displayed to the patient/subject and/or the supervisor. The patient/subject and the supervisor can communicate with each other, for example, via video, in real time. An expert system and neural network determine a goal to be achieved during training. There may be more than one patient (or trainee) station, thus allowing the supervisor to supervise a number of patients/subjects concurrently.

Title
Remote site medical intervention system
Application Number
8/700976
Publication Number
5810747
Application Date
August 21, 1996
Publication Date
September 22, 1998
Inventor
Gordon Silverman
New York
NY, US
Joseph Brudny
New York
NY, US
Agent
Kenyon & Kenyon
Assignee
Interactive Remote Site Technology
NY, US
IPC
A61B 5/11
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