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Using ipsilateral motor signals in the unaffected cerebral hemisphere as a signal platform for brain–computer interfaces in hemiplegic stroke survivors

David T Bundy, Mark Wronkiewicz, Mohit Sharma, Daniel W Moran, Maurizio Corbetta, Eric C Leuthardt
2012 Journal of Neural Engineering  
Objective-Brain computer interface (BCI) systems have emerged as a method to restore function and enhance communication in motor impaired patients.  ...  We demonstrate here for the first time that EEG signals from the unaffected hemisphere, associated with overt and imagined movements of the affected hand, can enable stroke survivors to control a one-dimensional  ...  Acknowledgments This publication was made possible by Grant Number UL1 RR024992 and TL1 RR024995 from the NIH-National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) and grant numbers 1R0100085606 and (NICHD) RO1  ... 
doi:10.1088/1741-2560/9/3/036011 pmid:22614631 pmcid:PMC3402181 fatcat:qubv55lwlbaidbyg3ownd466eu

Evolution of brain-computer interfaces: going beyond classic motor physiology

Eric C. Leuthardt, Gerwin Schalk, Jarod Roland, Adam Rouse, Daniel W. Moran
2009 Neurosurgical Focus  
The cortical physiology most investigated and used for device control has been brain signals from the primary motor cortex.  ...  To date, this classic motor physiology has been an effective substrate for demonstrating the potential efficacy of BCI-based control.  ...  In recent years, an emerging understanding of the Evolution of brain-computer interfaces: going beyond classic motor physiology role that cortical plasticity plays in device control and how cortex encodes  ... 
doi:10.3171/2009.4.focus0979 pmid:19569892 pmcid:PMC2920041 fatcat:or3zurtsk5g65pwyq27spzz3y4

Neural Coding for Effective Rehabilitation

Xiaoling Hu, Yiwen Wang, Ting Zhao, Aysegul Gunduz
2014 BioMed Research International  
Neural coding, a technology for interpretation of functional and structural information of the nervous system, has contributed to the advancements in neuroimaging, brain-machine interface (BMI), and design  ...  Future rehabilitation would be more home-based, automatic, and self-served by patients.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors acknowledge the financial supports: ITF grant (ITS/033/12) from the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; Natural Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/286505 pmid:25258708 pmcid:PMC4167232 fatcat:jli4wj5bavagtcrfqygnleskxq

Use of Electroencephalography Brain-Computer Interface Systems as a Rehabilitative Approach for Upper Limb Function After a Stroke: A Systematic Review

Esther Monge-Pereira, Jaime Ibañez-Pereda, Isabel M. Alguacil-Diego, Jose I. Serrano, María P. Spottorno-Rubio, Francisco Molina-Rueda
2017 PMR  
To compile all studies available that assess an UL intervention based on an 4 EEG-BCI system in stroke, to analyse their methodological quality and to determine the 5 effects of these interventions for  ...  The articles were selected according to the following criteria: 16 1) the study assesses an electroencefalography-based brain computer interface 17 intervention; 2) patients included were people with stroke  ...  Brain-computer 576 interface-based robotic end effector system for wrist and hand rehabilitation: 577 results of a three-armed randomized controlled trial for chronic stroke.Front 578 Neuroeng. 2014; 7  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmrj.2017.04.016 pmid:28512066 fatcat:2oo2sql2u5gdraqbjbfpzumqbu

A pre-clinical framework for neural control of a therapeutic upper-limb exoskeleton

Amy Blank, Marcia K. O'Malley, Gerard E. Francisco, Jose L. Contreras-Vidal
2013 2013 6th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER)  
of hypotheses regarding large scale brain function during robotic rehabilitation, and optimization of device design and training programs for restoring upper limb function after stroke.  ...  Specifically, an upper-limb, physical human-robot interface (the MAHI EXO-II robotic exoskeleton) is augmented with a noninvasive brain-machine interface (BMI) to include the patient in the control loop  ...  We use a brain-machine interface (BMI) based on electroencephalography (EEG) to control a robotic exoskeleton that will guide a patient's limb through a naturalistic movement with the goal of training  ... 
doi:10.1109/ner.2013.6696144 pmid:24887296 pmcid:PMC4038157 fatcat:5tghlmwvurcmddxw6ruzbzfwde

Contralesional Brain–Computer Interface Control of a Powered Exoskeleton for Motor Recovery in Chronic Stroke Survivors

David T. Bundy, Lauren Souders, Kelly Baranyai, Laura Leonard, Gerwin Schalk, Robert Coker, Daniel W. Moran, Thy Huskey, Eric C. Leuthardt
2017 Stroke  
Specifically, a brain-computer interface (BCI) system can measure movement-related signals from the central nervous system and provide meaningful feedback to the central nervous system to direct plasticity  ...  This novel system was designed and configured for a home-based setting to test the feasibility of BCI-driven neurorehabilitation in outpatient environments.  ...  activity and brain-computer interface (BCI) control.  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.116.016304 pmid:28550098 pmcid:PMC5482564 fatcat:aboy77wwwrc3talthjfburv4h4

Decoding Ipsilateral Finger Movements from ECoG Signals in Humans

Yuzong Liu, Mohit Sharma, Charles M. Gaona, Jonathan Breshears, Jarod Roland, Zachary Freudenburg, Kilian Q. Weinberger, Eric Leuthardt
2010 Neural Information Processing Systems  
Recent studies have identified ipsilateral cortical activity in planning of motor movements and its potential implications for a stroke relevant BCI.  ...  The most fundamental functional loss after a hemispheric stroke is the loss of fine motor control of the hand.  ...  This brain-derived control is dependent on the emerging understanding of cortical physiology as it pertains to motor function.  ... 
dblp:conf/nips/LiuSGBRFWL10 fatcat:6wibtlbncfe3blenzsy3b2cpy4

Brain–machine Interface (BMI)-based Neurorehabilitation for Post-stroke Upper Limb Paralysis

Meigen Liu, Junichi Ushiba
2022 The Keio Journal of Medicine  
However, based on fundamental and clinical research indicating that the brain has a far greater potential for plastic change than previously thought, functional restorative approaches have become increasingly  ...  For its wider clinical application, the positioning of BMI therapy in upper limb rehabilitation needs to be clarified, BMI needs to be commercialized as an easy-to-use and cost-effective medical device  ...  Hayashi et al. 67 tested whether users could explicitly guide sensorimotor cortical activity to the contralateral or ipsilateral hemisphere using spatially bivariate EEG-based neurofeedback that monitors  ... 
doi:10.2302/kjm.2022-0002-oa pmid:35718470 fatcat:uizwnanjpncanpfvtjh7purqr4

Unique Cortical Physiology Associated With Ipsilateral Hand Movements and Neuroprosthetic Implications

K. J. Wisneski, N. Anderson, G. Schalk, M. Smyth, D. Moran, E. C. Leuthardt
2008 Stroke  
and Purpose-Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) offer little direct benefit to patients with hemispheric stroke because current platforms rely on signals derived from the contralateral motor cortex (the same  ...  In a subset of 3 patients, features specific to ipsilateral and contralateral hand movements were used to control a cursor on a screen in real time.  ...  Sources of Funding The authors acknowledge the following grants for providing financial support for this research project: James S. McDonnell Foundation, Higher Brain Function Grant.  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.108.518175 pmid:18927456 fatcat:5cdawyqkkvcobdgki3ihsbo5bm

Spontaneous and Therapeutic-Induced Mechanisms of Functional Recovery After Stroke

Jessica M. Cassidy, Steven C. Cramer
2016 Translational Stroke Research  
Following the onset of stroke, spontaneous mechanisms of recovery at the cellular, molecular, and systems levels ensue.  ...  Advancements in stroke rehabilitation depend on the elucidation of both spontaneous and therapeutic-driven mechanisms of recovery.  ...  Acknowledgments This work received support from the NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Health and Human Development (K24HD074722) and the NIH National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12975-016-0467-5 pmid:27109642 pmcid:PMC5079852 fatcat:ns5fb4l4o5ghng6jfpxydpoecm

Why brain-controlled neuroprosthetics matter: mechanisms underlying electrical stimulation of muscles and nerves in rehabilitation

Matija Milosevic, Cesar Marquez-Chin, Kei Masani, Masayuki Hirata, Taishin Nomura, Milos R Popovic, Kimitaka Nakazawa
2020 BioMedical Engineering OnLine  
Brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies offer a way to synchronize cortical commands and movements generated by FES, which can be advantageous for inducing neuroplasticity.  ...  Therefore, the aim of this review paper is to discuss the neurophysiological mechanisms of electrical stimulation of muscles and nerves and how BCI-controlled FES can be used in rehabilitation to improve  ...  the brain when a brain-computer interface (BCI) is used to trigger electrical stimulation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12938-020-00824-w pmid:33148270 pmcid:PMC7641791 fatcat:7opb6i54vjgnxim3nhohg564wm

Neural Interface Technology for Rehabilitation: Exploiting and Promoting Neuroplasticity

Wei Wang, Jennifer L. Collinger, Monica A. Perez, Elizabeth C. Tyler-Kabara, Leonardo G. Cohen, Niels Birbaumer, Steven W. Brose, Andrew B. Schwartz, Michael L. Boninger, Douglas J. Weber
2010 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America  
Restoration of sensory and motor functions Cortical remapping after stroke and SCI BCI-based neurofeedback rehabilitation paradigms Neural interface technology Nervous system plasticity  ...  neural stimulation, such as somatosensory neural stimulation for restoring somatosensation, and noninvasive cortical stimulation using rTMS and tDCS for modulating cortical excitability and stroke rehabilitation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmr.2009.07.003 pmid:19951784 pmcid:PMC2788507 fatcat:qga3joidnfgt7olggbtwbgqufu

Using EEG-based brain computer interface and neurofeedback targeting sensorimotor rhythms to improve motor skills: Theoretical background, applications and prospects

Camille Jeunet, Bertrand Glize, Aileen McGonigal, Jean-Marie Batail, Jean-Arthur Micoulaud-Franchi
2019 Neurophysiologie clinique  
Using EEG-based brain computer interface and neurofeedback targeting sensorimotor rhythms to improve motor skills: Theoretical background, applications and prospects.  ...  Abstract 1 Many Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and neurofeedback studies have investigated the impact 2 of sensorimotor rhythm (SMR) self-regulation training procedures on motor skills enhancement 3 in  ...  Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and neurofeedback, which 9 are technologies that allow for the voluntary control of an external device (BCI) or of visual 10 feedback, enable the detection of this efferent  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neucli.2018.10.068 pmid:30414824 fatcat:6iyrgbewjvejnppj5sfru3wysy

Newer challenges to restore hemiparetic upper extremity after stroke: HANDS therapy and BMI neurorehabilitation

Meigen Liu, Toshiyuki Fujiwara, Keiichiro Shindo, Yuko Kasashima, Yohei Otaka, Tetsuya Tsuji, Junichi Ushiba
2012 Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal  
Recently, based on basic and clinical research indicating a greater potential for plastic changes in the brain, approaches directed toward functional restoration are becoming increasingly popular.  ...  The other is brain-machine interface neurofeedback training, which provides real-time feedback based on analysis of volitionally decreased amplitudes of sensory motor rhythm during motor imagery involving  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Strategic Research Program for Brain Sciences from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hkpj.2012.05.001 fatcat:sgphexbwlnhh3hgsmovadywmja

Review of functional near-infrared spectroscopy in neurorehabilitation

Masahito Mihara, Ichiro Miyai
2016 Neurophotonics  
mechanisms for controlling bipedal locomotion and postural balance in humans.  ...  NIRS has several potential advantages and shortcomings as a neuroimaging tool and is suitable for research application in the rehabilitation field.  ...  of Medical Devices and Systems for Advanced Medical Services" from AMED, the AMED-CREST from AMED, the Japan Foundation for Neuroscience and Mental Health, and the Osaka Medical Research Foundation for  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.nph.3.3.031414 pmid:27429995 pmcid:PMC4940623 fatcat:c6luvqqeebbhlhzzgbf5kjtasy
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