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Nous utilisons les avancées
de la recherche sur les AVC

 

Pour nous, l'innovation est bien plus qu'un simple terme à la mode. Disposant de notre propre laboratoire de recherche et grâce à de nombreuses collaborations scientifiques, nous ne nous contentons pas de développer le plus rapidement possible des technologies innovantes, nous évaluons également leur efficacité thérapeutique.

Manual movement therapy stroke research

La recherche au service de la réadaptation neurologique

Notre clinique de réadaptation neurologique possède son propre laboratoire de recherche en la matière, le cefir. Nos spécialistes y étudient les nouvelles approches thérapeutiques et mesurent leur efficacité.

Doctor and scientist working together in stroke research

Toujours à la pointe de la recherche

Nous encourageons et motivons notre personnel. En offrant la possibilité de se former de manière approfondie et continue, nous assurons un excellent niveau d'expertise à nos équipes, qui sont par ailleurs à votre disposition. Ainsi, nos équipes de médecins, thérapeutes et infirmières bénéficient des dernières avancées de la recherche sur les accidents vasculaires cérébraux. Grâce à des formations professionnelles en interne et en externe régulièrement organisées, nous veillons à ce que notre personnel puisse mettre cette expertise en pratique lorsqu'il le souhaite.

Teamwork for a better recovery after stroke

Favoriser le travail d'équipe pour de meilleurs résultats

Seul un esprit d’équipe exceptionnel permet d’obtenir les meilleurs résultats. C'est pourquoi nous nous réunissons très souvent en équipe et que nos infirmières, thérapeutes et médecins travaillent en étroite collaboration au quotidien.

Collaborations scientifiques

 

En collaboration avec l'ETH de Zurich (DHEST, sciences et technologies de la santé, Prof. Gassert, Prof. Riener), cereneo conçoit une nouvelle technologie de capteurs destinée à assurer le suivi des patients victimes d'un AVC au quotidien.

 

 

En collaboration avec Hocoma, cereneo développe de nouveaux appareils d'entraînement et des robots pour exercer les bras et les jambes, et teste leur utilisation dans le cadre d'études cliniques.

 

 

En collaboration avec l'université de Twente (Biomedical Signals and Systems, Signaux et systèmes biomédicaux, Prof. Peter Veltink), cereneo développe une technologie de capteurs et de restitution des informations pour les patients victimes d'AVC.

 

 

En collaboration avec l'ETH de Zurich (DHEST, sciences et technologies de la santé, Prof. Gassert, Prof. Riener), cereneo conçoit une nouvelle technologie de capteurs destinée à assurer le suivi des patients victimes d'un AVC au quotidien.

 

Programmes de recherche en cours sur les AVC

Nous sommes convaincus de la valeur de notre approche innovante en matière de réadaptation neurologique et nous voulons partager ces connaissances. En collaboration avec l'Institut de recherche pluridisciplinaire cereneo (cefir) et l'université de Zurich, nous menons en permanence des études et nous publions des articles scientifiques régulièrement.

Function after strokes through intensive training 2 – smarts 2

SMARTS 2 is a randomised, blind, multi-centric study that investigates the effect of intensive robot therapy on the arm after a stroke.A stroke often leads to limitations in arm movement that does ...

Interaction – observation of stroke patients in the clinic & at home

Interaction is an observational study, whereby the movements of stroke patients are observed using a sensor-based whole body suit at cereneo and then at home after their release.The aim of the study ...

Increased motivation and optimised intensity in stroke rehabilitation

During stroke rehabilitation it is important that the affected patients train intensively and actively during their stay in the rehabilitation clinic. When it comes to optimising the patient's ...

Dernières publications

An Unusual Cause of Pseudomedian Nerve Palsy

Zina-MaryManjaly, Andreas R. Luft, and Hakan Sarikaya (2011). Case Reports in Neurological Medicine Volume 2011, Article ID 474271, 3 pages doi:10.1155/2011/474271

Dopaminergic Projections from Midbrain to Primary Motor Cortex Mediate Motor Skill Learning

Jonas A. Hosp, Ana Pekanovic,Mengia S. Rioult-Pedotti, and Andreas R. Luft (2011). The Journal of Neuroscience, February 16, 2011 • 31(7):2481–2487 • 2481

Cortical Plasticity during Motor Learning and Recovery after Ischemic Stroke

Jonas A. Hosp, and Andreas R. Luft (2011). Neural Plasticity Volume 2011, Article ID 871296, 9 pages doi:10.1155/2011/871296

Brain activation induced by dentine hypersensitivity pain–an fMRI study

Meier ML, Bru¨gger M, Ettlin DA, Luechinger R, Barlow A, Jäncke L, Lutz K. Brain activation induced by dentine hypersensitivity pain–a fMRI study. J Clin Periodontol 2012; 39: 441–447. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-051X.2012.01863.x.

Neurofeedback-mediated self-regulation of the dopaminergic midbrain

James Sulzer, Ranganatha Sitaram, Maria Laura Blefari, Spyros Kollias, Niels Birbaumer, Klaas Enno Stephan, Andreas Luft, Roger Gassert (2013). J. Sulzer et al. / NeuroImage 83 (2013) 817–825

Royal College of Physicians Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party evidence-based guidelines for the nutritional support of patients who have had a stroke

F. Gomes, C. Hookway & C. E. Weekes (2013). Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics- The British Dietetic Association Ltd

A Full Body Sensing System for Monitoring Stroke Patients in a Home Environment

Bart Klaassen1, Bert-Jan van Beijnum, Marcel Weusthof, Dennis Hofs, Fokke van Meulen, Henk Luinge, Alessandro Tognetti, Federico Lorussi, Rita Paradiso, Jeremia Held, Jasper Reenalda, Corien Nikamp, Jaap Buurke, Hermie Hermens and Peter Veltink (2014). 

Royal College of Physicians Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party evidence-based guidelines for the secondary prevention of stroke through nutritional or dietary modification

C. Hookway, F. Gomes & C. E. Weekes (2014). Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics- The British Dietetic Association Ltd

What can the monetary incentive delay task tell us about the neural processing of reward and punishment?

Kai Lutz, Mario Widmer (2014). Neuroscience and Neuroeconomics 2014:3

Assessment-Driven Arm Therapy at Home Using an IMU-Based Virtual Reality System

Frieder Wittmann, Olivier Lambercy, Roman R. Gonzenbach, Mark A. van Raai, Raphael Höver, Jeremia Held, Michelle L. Starkey, Armin Curt, Andreas Luft and Roger Gassert (2015). IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR)

Detection and treatment of medical inpatients with or at-risk of malnutrition: suggested procedure based on validated guidelines

Bounoure L, Gomes F, Stanga Z, Keller U, Meier R, Ballmer P, Fehr R, Mueller B, Genton L, Norman K, et al. (2016). Detection and treatment of medical inpatients with or at-risk of malnutrition: suggested procedures based on validated guidelines. Nutrition. 32(7-8): 790-8

Risk of Malnutrition is an independent predictor of mortality, lenght of hospital stay, and hospitalisation costs in stroke patients. Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases

Gomes F., Emery P. W., Weekes C.E. (2016). Risk of Malnutrition Is an Independent Predictor of Mortality, Length of Hospital Stay, and Hospitalization Costs in Stroke Patients. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 25(4): 799-806

Processing of Motor Performance Related Reward After Stroke

M. Widmer, A.R. Luft, K. Lutz (2016). In J. Ibáñez et al. (eds.), Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation II, Biosystems & Biorobotics 15, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-46669-9_165

Separable systems for recovery of finger strength and control after stroke

Xu, J., Ejaz, N., Hertler, B., Branscheidt, M., Widmer, M., Faria, A. V., ... & Kitago, T. (2017). Separable systems for recovery of finger strength and control after stroke. Journal of neurophysiology, 118(2), 1151-1163

Thermodilution-determined Internal Jugular Venous Flow

Rasmussen, P., Widmer, M., Hilty, M. P., Hug, M., Sørensen, H., Ogoh, S., ... & Lundby, C. (2017). Thermodilution-determined Internal Jugular Venous Flow. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 49(4), 661-668

Elderly adults show higher ventral striatal activation in response to motor performance related rewards than young adults

Widmer, M., Stulz, S., Luft, A. R., & Lutz, K. (2017). Elderly adults show higher ventral striatal activation in response to motor performance related rewards than young adults. Neuroscience letters, 661, 18-22

ESPEN Guideline Clinical Nutrition in Neurology

Burgos R, Bretónb I, Cereda E, Desport JC, Dziewas R, Genton L, Gomes F, Jésus P, Leischker A, Muscaritoli M, Poulia KA, Preiser JC, Van der Marckm M, Wirth R, Singer P, Bischoff S. (2017). ESPEN Guideline Clinical Nutrition in Neurology. Clin Nutr. 37: 354-396

What the Proportional Recovery Rule Is (and Is Not): Methodological and Statistical Considerations

Robinson Kundert, MSc1,2,3, Jeff Goldsmith, PhD4*, Janne M. Veerbeek, PhD1,2, John W. Krakauer, MD5*, and Andreas R. Luft, MD1,2 (2019). Neurorehabilitation and Repair 00 (0): 1-12.

Reduced striatal activation in response to rewarding motor performance feedback after stroke

Mario Widmer, Kai Lutz and Andreas R. Luft (2019). Reduced striatal activation in response to rewarding motor performance feedback after stroke. NeuroImage: Clinical, Volume 24, 102036.

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