Our Research : Interactive Telehealth and Biofeedback Sensor System for Pressure Ulcer Prevention after SCI

Interactive Telehealth and Biofeedback Sensor System for Pressure Ulcer Prevention after SCI

Principal Investigator: Diana Cardenas, MD, MHA

Abstract:

The purpose of this study is to test a new activity monitoring device placed under the wheelchair cushion that measures pressure relief techniques performed by persons who have a SCI. The study includes 4 to 5 visits to research center.

Inclusion Criteria

1.Must be between 4 months and 1 year post injury.
2.Must have the ability to perform pressure relief techniques independently.

Contact: Zachary Abdo, (305-243-3860)