On-line Computer Test System for Remote Assessment of Neurological Patients: Part A Standard Computer Interface Application
Peter Dabnichki1, Dilshat Djumanov2
1Peter Dabnichki, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, School of Engineering, Melbourne Australia
2Dilshat Djumanov, Richmond Pharmacology Ltd, London, UK, St George’s University London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE, United Kingdom.
Manuscript received on December 12, 2016 . | Revised Manuscript received on December 27, 2016 . | Manuscript published on January 05, 2016 . | PP: 35-41 | Volume-5 Issue-6, January 2016 . | Retrieval Number: F2767015616 /2016©BEIESP 
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Abstract: The work presents a development of an on-line system for neurological tests. A variety of congruent, noncongruent and bradikinesia tests are described. The system is aimed at patients with a variety of neurological disorders and has been tested on Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson Disease sufferers. The current implementation uses standard PC/laptop/tablet interface and is considered appropriate for conducting unsupervised in house tests. The main aim of this development is to facilitate a link between patient, personal clinician and specialist neurologist to allow speedy assessment of treatment effectiveness and on-time interventions. The main achievement is improved accuracy of time measurement allowing for the better differentiation in the disease progression assessment and/or earlier diagnosis.
Keywords: Presents, development, disease progression assessment and/or earlier diagnosis.