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An Upper Limb Rehabilitation Training and Evaluation System for Stroke Patients

SI-QI ZHAO, TING-AN ZHU, BAO-YAN ZHONG, XIAO-FENG LU
2020 DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering  
This system confirms that the MI Intervention can to a certain degree improve function of limb motor and sensory feedback by analyzing 38 volunteer patients' data in Huashan Hospital and Shanghai Jing'an  ...  It adopts Motor Imagery (MI) intervention and mental rotation training mode in order to change the traditional inefficient mode of clinical stroke rehabilitation.  ...  Through long-term clinical testing and verification, a standardized rehabilitation training and evaluation system for stroke is finally formed.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtcse/cmso2019/33595 fatcat:6huqxxrqofcz5je7npuiwyozey

Application of Intelligent Exercise Training Equipment in Clinical Nursing of Neurology Department

Linghui Li, Huiqin Chen, Yuvaraja Teekaraman
2021 Contrast Media & Molecular Imaging  
The control group was treated with conventional rehabilitation training, and the treatment group was treated with intelligent training system, twice a day, 20 min each time.  ...  To investigate the effect of intelligent exercise training equipment on lower limb function and standing stability of stroke patients with hemiplegia in clinical nursing of neurology department.  ...  Discussion In this experiment, in addition to the routine rehabilitation treatment for stroke patients, intelligent sports training equipment was used for targeted training of lower limbs. e results showed  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/8432868 pmid:34867115 pmcid:PMC8608505 fatcat:ihwa63kwcvfupki7blrq32kiya

A Longitudinal Investigation of the Efficacy of Supported In-Home Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

Qiang Fang, Seedahmed S. Mahmoud, Akshay Kumar, Xudong Gu, Jianming Fu
2020 IEEE Access  
For home-based stroke programs, a personalized training prescription is a necessity to guide and support patients.  ...  A novel post-stroke upper limb in-home rehabilitation training system was proposed, developed, and tested for as long as 60 weeks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3010674 fatcat:hhxf3fjdz5avbkiuaqy6eboncy

Examination of the Effect of Rehabili-Mouse, a Desktop Rehabilitation Robot for Upper Limb Paresis after Stroke

Rena Wakabayashi, Kimio Saito, Toshiki Matsunaga, Satoaki Chida, Kai Kagami, Takehiro Iwami, Satoru Kizawa, Yuki Terata, Masumi Ogasawara, Naohisa Miyakoshi, Yoichi Shimada
2021 Open Journal of Orthopedics  
The purpose of this study was to conduct paralyzed upper limb training for a patient after stroke using Rehabili-Mouse and to examine its effect.  ...  Discussion: Training for the paralyzed upper limb after stroke using Rehabili-Mouse improved upper limb function and satisfied the trained patient.  ...  This work did not receive any grants from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojo.2021.1112035 fatcat:2jg3inyxyfe6xm55fdodzdeh34

Home Self-Training: Visual Feedback for Assisting Physical Activity for Stroke Survivors

Renato Baptista, Enjie Ghorbel, Abd El Rahman Shabayek, Florent Moissenet, Djamila Aouada, Alice Douchet, Mathilde André, Julien Pager, Stéphane Bouilland
2019 Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine  
A novel low-cost home-based training system is introduced. This system is designed as a composition of two linked applications: one for the therapist and another one for the patient.  ...  This encourages to test the system in a realistic clinical context for the rehabilitation of stroke survivors.  ...  Many thanks to our project partners and to the participants who contributed to the system evaluation. Conflicts of Interest The authors of this paper declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cmpb.2019.04.019 pmid:31200899 fatcat:ovkg7zm5rrflnnnhyzrvcnqz7m

Advanced technology for gait rehabilitation: An overview

Tadeusz Mikolajczyk, Ileana Ciobanu, Doina Ioana Badea, Alina Iliescu, Sara Pizzamiglio, Thomas Schauer, Thomas Seel, Petre Lucian Seiciu, Duncan L Turner, Mihai Berteanu
2018 Advances in Mechanical Engineering  
Most gait training systems are designed for acute and subacute neurological inpatients.  ...  Many systems are used for relearning gait movements (nonfunctional training) or gait cycle training (functional gait training).  ...  : For gait rehabilitation after stroke, body weight support (BWS) training on TM proved to be as effective as ground training for walking speed and endurance improvement (for patients who can ambulate)  ... 
doi:10.1177/1687814018783627 fatcat:nno3woqc5jaapgoaqiauzoyuge

Age effect on upper limb kinematics assessed by REAplan robot. A prospective study in healthy children from 3 to 12years old

M. Gilliaux, F. Dierckx, L. Vanden Berghe, T. Lejeune, J. Sapin, B. Dehez, G. Stoquart, C. Detrembleur
2014 Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine  
-The present study investigated patient/robot interactions within an upper limb robot-assisted training in subacute stroke patients. Methods.  ...  Effects of prolonged robot-assisted training on upper limb motor recovery in subacute stroke. NeuroRehabilitation. 2013;33:41-8. http://dx.  ...  -ARAMIS is an innovative dual-exoskeleton for the rehabilitation of the paretic upper limb after stroke.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.039 fatcat:ynarv5jqpfayxaqxwtt3ju57je

Technology-assisted training of arm-hand skills in stroke: concepts on reacquisition of motor control and therapist guidelines for rehabilitation technology design

Annick AA Timmermans, Henk AM Seelen, Richard D Willmann, Herman Kingma
2009 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
Therapist criteria for upper limb rehabilitation technology are suggested which are used to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a number of current technological systems.  ...  Conclusion: This review shows that technology for supporting upper limb training after stroke needs to align with the evolution in rehabilitation training approaches of the last decade.  ...  Winter (Philips Research Europe, Medical Signal Processing Department, Aachen) are acknowledged for their valuable comments on reviewing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-6-1 pmid:19154570 pmcid:PMC2647548 fatcat:op5j4pupqvdvzbqsrobrvfqequ

A system for sensory motor rehabilitation of the upper limb with virtual reality, exoskeleton robot, and real objects

Katherine G. August, Marco Guidali, Mathini Sellathurai, Saana Jenu, Daniel Bleichenbacher, Verena Klamroth-Marganska, Sergei V. Adamovich, Robert Riener
2011 2011 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Practical Robot Applications  
The multi-sensory features of the system promote a top-down strategy for training the upper limb (hand and arm) complementing the robot training; the system is ideally targeted for weak patients and those  ...  sensory experience; the system incorporates a virtual limb proxy that can be personalized and actuated by the robot and that is accompanied by exercise practice in peripersonal space for a plasticity  ...  The multi-sensory features of the system promote a top-down strategy for training the upper limb (hand and arm) complementing the robot training; the system is ideally targeted for weak patients and those  ... 
doi:10.1109/tepra.2011.5753482 fatcat:5tfnz77a3vggtdrx7easet5ale

Olle Höök Lectureship 2019: The changing world of stroke rehabilitation

Katharina S Sunnerhagen
2020 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
The paper aims to provide a worldwide picture of stroke, developments in this field, and the evolution of stroke rehabilitation.  ...  It sets out the background to, evidence for, and content of the comprehensive stroke unit.  ...  Back into life The ultimate goal for rehabilitation is for the person who needs rehabilitation, to be living a life again with quality.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-2670 pmid:32296853 fatcat:pdtf6l7bpra4xifnju2zfrwwzi

Development of Visual-based Rehabilitation Using Sensors for Stroke Patient

Lim C. C., Sim K. S., Toa C.K.
2020 International Journal on Robotics, Automation and Sciences  
Thus, the leap motion sensor is employed for the finger motor rehabilitation training while the Microsoft Kinect sensor is utilized for the upper limb motor rehabilitation.  ...  This project concerns on the development of applications using sensors for the rehabilitation of stroke patients.  ...  A normal healthy person is able to complete all the 3 levels in the game. For the stroke patient, the recovery can be achieved when the patient obtains a higher score than the previous training.  ... 
doi:10.33093/ijoras.2020.2.4 fatcat:rgxz52bkirfzbobei3tkum3q7u

Socially assistive robotics for stroke and mild TBI rehabilitation

Maja Matarić, Adriana Tapus, Carolee Winstein, Jon Eriksson
2009 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
users toward personalized and optimal rehabilitation programs.  ...  of task specific training and (2) engagement and self-management of goal-directed actions.  ...  Personality-Matching Study Our previously described experiment with a SAR system we developed, that monitored and encouraged stroke patients to perform rehabilitation activities, demonstrated that personality  ... 
pmid:19592798 fatcat:gm6mytc5lbe5hmggptovm5ys3u

Applications of Brain–Machine Interface Systems in Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation

Anusha Venkatakrishnan, Gerard E. Francisco, Jose L. Contreras-Vidal
2014 Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports  
Stroke is a leading cause of disability, significantly impacting the quality of life (QOL) in survivors, and rehabilitation remains the mainstay of treatment in these patients.  ...  This review discusses the recent applications of BMI and robotic-assisted rehabilitation in stroke patients.  ...  Therapeutic systems are primarily designed for use in the clinical setting, and are used across multiple patients/users, while personal systems serve as assistive devices for a single patient/user in their  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40141-014-0051-4 pmid:25110624 pmcid:PMC4122129 fatcat:f6knwvpadncvxmdym5a53epkgm

Emerging Technologies in Stroke Rehabilitation

Vijaya Krishna Varanasi
2013 Journal of Bioengineering and Biomedical Sciences  
A device that allows patients to undergo training at home without direct supervision could make CIMT more accessible for people suffering with stroke injuries.  ...  More such treadmill vs elliptical trainer studies are needed in future to arrive at a right therapy regimen for rehabilitation of stroke patients.  ...  This article was originally published in a special issue, Emerging Technology for Use in Rehabilitation handled by Editor(s). Dr. Philip Rowe, University of Strathclyde, UK  ... 
doi:10.4172/2155-9538.s1-e001 fatcat:5rg35tyncbhxlmvh5gbjosyev4

Recent trends in robot-assisted therapy environments to improve real-life functional performance after stroke

Michelle J Johnson
2006 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
Upper and lower limb robotic tools for neuro-rehabilitation are effective in reducing motor impairment but they are limited in their ability to improve real world function.  ...  There is a need to improve functional outcomes after robot-assisted therapy.  ...  Acknowledgements The author acknowledge the contributions to this special issue and the support of the Editor of the Journal of Neuroscience Engineering and Rehabilitation  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-3-29 pmid:17176474 pmcid:PMC1764881 fatcat:7bslulw27zgp3jtnn2dzzo6fpa
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