Milica Milosevic

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PURPOSE There is a need for a seizure-detection system that can be used long-term and in home situations for early intervention and prevention of seizure related side effects including SUDEP (sudden unexpected death in epileptic patients). The gold standard for monitoring epileptic seizures involves video/EEG (electro-encephalography), which is(More)
Nocturnal home monitoring of epileptic children is often not feasible due to the cumbersome manner of seizure monitoring with the standard method of video/EEG-monitoring. We propose a method for hypermotor seizure detection based on accelerometers attached to the extremities. From the acceleration signals, multiple temporal, frequency, and wavelet-based(More)
Long-term home monitoring of epileptic seizures is not feasible with the gold standard of video/electro-encephalography (EEG) monitoring. The authors developed a system and algorithm for nocturnal hypermotor seizure detection in pediatric patients based on an accelerometer (ACM) attached to extremities. Seizure detection is done using normal movement data,(More)
Epileptic seizure detection is traditionally done using video/electroencephalography monitoring, which is not applicable for long-term home monitoring. In recent years, attempts have been made to detect the seizures using other modalities. In this study, we investigated the application of four accelerometers (ACM) attached to the limbs and surface(More)
AIM Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) is a therapeutic option for individuals with refractory epilepsy. Individuals with refractory epilepsy are prone to dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. Reduced heart rate variability is a marker of dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. Our goal was to study heart rate variability in children with refractory(More)
A video game-based training system was designed to integrate neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) and visual feedback as a means to improve strength and endurance of the lower leg muscles, and to increase the range of motion (ROM) of the ankle joints. The system allowed the participants to perform isotonic concentric and isometric contractions in(More)
OBJECTIVE The Bath Ankylosing Spondylitis Functional Index (BASFI) is the most popular method to assess activity capacity in axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA), to our knowledge. It is endorsed by the Assessment of Spondyloarthritis international Society. But it may have recall bias or aberrant self-judgments in individual patients. Therefore, we aimed to (1)(More)
We investigate the application of feature selection methods and their influence on distinguishing nocturnal motor seizures in epileptic children from normal nocturnal movements using accelerometry signals. We studied two feature selection methods applied one after the other to reduce the complexity and computation costs of least-squares support vector(More)