Pieter Schiepers

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One of the effects of late-stage dementia is the loss of the ability to communicate verbally. Patients become unable to call for help if they feel uncomfortable. The first objective of this article was to record facial expressions of bedridden demented elderly. For this purpose, we developed a video acquisition system (ViAS) that records synchronized video(More)
The authors report the results of a retrospective study of 59 arthroscopic acromioplasties. Objective shoulder assessment was made following the relative Constant score and UCLA rating scale. Subjective satisfaction of the patient was assessed on an analogic scale. The patients were divided into 3 groups, according to the subacromial pathology treated. The(More)
Over the recent years pen-paper observational assessment scales have proven to be useful to monitor behaviour and responses of humans and animals. Observational assessment tools are typically applied for subjects who are not able to communicate directly. For on-site observational assessment however it is hard to record and evaluate timing patterns of(More)
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