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Objets connectés ,Alzheimer, pathologies apparentés et autres.

Abstract : Connected objects contribute to the notion of ubiquitous computing and are linked to the sharing of personal digital data. They can provide services to elderly disabled patients and their caregivers. Eight questions should be answered: Does the device meet a need? What technical literacy is required for the user? What are the technical prerequisites in the patient's home? How close is the device to the patient? Is it user-friendly? Can it impact social and family relations? Are there proven benefits? Physicians should identify the dangers and benefits of these devices and prescribe them in accordance with the patient's condition and environment.
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Pierre Rumeau, Frédéric Vella, Nadine Vigouroux. Objets connectés ,Alzheimer, pathologies apparentés et autres.. NPG: Neurologie - Psychiatrie - Gériatrie, LDAM éd, 2020, 20 (116), pp.107-111. ⟨10.1016/j.npg.2020.01.001⟩. ⟨hal-02930527⟩



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