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This study evaluates and rehabilitates the cognitive functions of attention, memory, visual perception, language, and executive by the mentalPlus® digital game of COVID-19 surviving patients after remission of symptoms.
Description: The evaluation of cognitive functions by the digital game MentalPlus® (a scale of assessment and cognitive rehabilitation) will take place as follows: Scores range from 0 [Not improved] to 10 [fully improved] at cognitive functions memory, attention and executive after training with Scale. This game is already validated and standardized for the global population. The test takes 25 minutes to play, is playful and self-explanatory. It has twelve themes with cognitive functions: short and long-term memory; selective, alternate and concentrated attention, inhibitory control of executive function and visual perception. MentalPlus® is completely randomized in its phases and themes. Therefore, the game can be used for cognitive assessment with a single theme (25 minutes of execution) or rehabilitation on 10 more themes and a final theme for reassessment of cognitive functions.Measure: Assessment of cognitive functions after COVID-19 Time: 1 year
Description: Rehabilitation of cognitive functions: executive, attention, memory, visual perception, language, after the remission of the symptoms of COVID-19. MentalPlus® will be used in order to rehabilitate the cognitive functions of patients who have dysfunctions after COVID-19. The patient will play on alternate days (every other day) a theme of the game and will be rehabilitated through its 10 themes. At the end of these 10 themes, the patient will be reassessed by the last theme of the game, comprising a total of 12 themes. Each theme lasts for 25 minutes each.Measure: Rehabilitation of cognitive functions after COVID-19 Time: 1 year
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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