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WSC 2022 | Wearable technologies in stroke

Wearable technologies have huge potential in stroke, from activity monitoring to support rehabilitation, to real time monitoring for stroke risk prediction, and big data collection for clinical trial conduction. Vinicius V. Montanaro, MD, MSc, PhD, SARAH Network of Rehabilitation Hospitals, Brasília, Brazil, shares his thoughts on the promise of real-world data acquisition via wearable sensors. Wearables enable continuous monitoring of various parameters, meaning large amounts of data can be collected faster and more cost effectively for care optimization, rehabilitation, and risk prediction. Additionally, wearables can be used in clinical studies to assess the effectiveness of a given intervention. This interview took place at the World Stroke Congress 2022 in Singapore.

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