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Title:
COGNITIVE FUNCTION EVALUATION DEVICE, COGNITIVE FUNCTION EVALUATION SYSTEM, AND PROGRAM
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/130957
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
A cognitive function evaluation device (100) includes: an acquisition unit (110) that acquires use information that indicates a subject's toilet use status; a calculation unit (120) that calculates the number of toilet visits the subject has made on the basis of the use information acquired by the acquisition unit (110); an evaluation unit (130) that evaluates the subject's cognitive function from the number of toilet visits calculated by the calculation unit (120); and an output unit (140) that outputs an evaluation result generated by the evaluation unit (130).

Inventors:
NAKAJIMA HIROBUMI
ABE KENGO
NISHIYAMA TAKASHI
MATSUMURA YOSHIHIRO
SUMI SADAYUKI
SASABE KOHJI
Application Number:
JP2018/043686
Publication Date:
July 04, 2019
Filing Date:
November 28, 2018
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Assignee:
PANASONIC IP MAN CO LTD (JP)
International Classes:
A61B10/00; A47K17/00; E03D11/00; G16H50/20
Domestic Patent References:
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WO2016131633A12016-08-25
Foreign References:
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Attorney, Agent or Firm:
NII, Hiromori et al. (JP)
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