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The Effect of Frequency Change on Human Elbow Joint Motion Change Induced by Vibration Stimulation under Various Load on Biceps Brachii

Koki HONDA, Kazuo KIGUCHI
2019 The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress Japan  
Systems, Man and Cyber 2016, (2016) , pp. 2347-2352 (2) Honda, K, Kiguchi, K, "Control of Human Elbow-Joint-Extension Motion Change Based on Vibration Stimulation for Upper-limb Perception-Assist", IEEE  ...  それぞれの荷重条件で,30[Hz],60[Hz],90[Hz]の振動刺激を加え,動作変更量の計測を行った. (1) Honda, K, Kiguchi, K, "A fundamental study on the effect of vibration stimulation for motion modification in perception-assist", in Proc.  ... 
doi:10.1299/jsmemecj.2019.j16215 fatcat:kgkvnqyjwvfrdjg7mvbhc2y5xe

A haptic-robotic platform for upper-limb reaching stroke therapy: Preliminary design and evaluation results

Paul Lam, Debbie Hebert, Jennifer Boger, Hervé Lacheray, Don Gardner, Jacob Apkarian, Alex Mihailidis
2008 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
This paper presents a haptic-enabled exercise platform intended to assist therapists and moderate-level stroke survivors perform upper-limb reaching motion therapy.  ...  The elbow stimulation device had a score lower than 2.5 (neutral) for all aspects that were surveyed, however the therapists felt the rehabilitation system was sufficient for use without the elbow stimulation  ...  A previous study with cutaneous vibratory stimulation on eight spinal cord injured subjects showed isometric strengthening of elbow extension [27] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-5-15 pmid:18498641 pmcid:PMC2409358 fatcat:qiwjwj6ar5gznplnfkdouig2z4

Assessment of Plastic Changes Following Bio-Robotic Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injured Individuals – A Protocol Proposal [chapter]

Kasper K. Leerskov, Lotte N. S. Andreasen Struijk, Erika G. Spaich
2018 Biosystems and Biorobotics  
changes in the recruitment of fast-twitch muscles fibers during elbow flexion motions.  ...  Smart human-machine systems for lower-limb assistance and rehabilitation after paralysis to support sit-tostand movement: A 2D model for the dynamic analysis of motion WeR10.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_174 fatcat:nmjw5zuz25ax3dvmtd5bvwesbq

ForceArm: A wearable pneumatic gel muscle (PGM)-based assistive suit for the upper limb

Swagata Das, Yuichi Kurita
2020 IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics  
He has provided me with a precious opportunity of learning about human augmentation, human modelling, haptics, human data analysis and soft actuators through his unmatched  ...  Acknowledgements I want to express my most profound acknowledgement and gratitude to my advisor, Professor Yuichi Kurita, for his valuable teaching, support, and overall guidance.  ...  Furthermore, the limitations of the current prototype are also discussed in detail. The human upper limb The upper limb of the human includes the hand, arm and the shoulder.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmrb.2020.2990436 fatcat:u63ppapjfffinnctbam2wyt53a

Chronic pain has a small influence and mood has no influence on vibrotactile perception thresholds among working women

Helena Sandén, B. Gunnar Wallin, Mats Hagberg
2010 Muscle and Nerve  
The physical examination of neck and upper limbs (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, finger) included the following steps: (1) inspection; (2) testing for range of active and passive motion; (3) testing for  ...  any changes across the menstrual cycle. 34 n conclusion, chronic diffuse upper limb pain is associated with a small elevation of vibrotactile perception thresholds in the areas of the ulnar and radial  ... 
doi:10.1002/mus.21697 pmid:20564595 pmcid:PMC2995312 fatcat:ht55zklcxjddpci4edvcdejuam

Robot-Assisted Proprioceptive Training with Added Vibro-Tactile Feedback Enhances Somatosensory and Motor Performance

Anna Vera Cuppone, Valentina Squeri, Marianna Semprini, Lorenzo Masia, Jürgen Konczak, Sliman J. Bensmaia
2016 PLoS ONE  
That is, concurrent VTF was highly salient movement feedback and obviated the need for haptic feedback. Third, VTF can be also provided by the limb not involved in the task.  ...  The main findings of the study are: First, proprioceptive acuity of the wrist joint position sense improved after training for the group that received the combined proprioceptive/haptic and vibro-tactile  ...  Its fundamental role for upper limb, postural and gait control becomes evident when examining the effects of sensory deafferentation on motor function.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164511 pmid:27727321 pmcid:PMC5058482 fatcat:rvk6mmi7sza6tjn4aagvdgs4by

Non-invasive, Brain-controlled Functional Electrical Stimulation for Locomotion Rehabilitation in Individuals with Paraplegia

Aurelie Selfslagh, Solaiman Shokur, Debora S. F. Campos, Ana R. C. Donati, Sabrina Almeida, Seidi Y. Yamauti, Daniel B. Coelho, Mohamed Bouri, Miguel A. L. Nicolelis
2019 Scientific Reports  
We observed cardiovascular improvements and less dependency on walking assistance, but also partial neurological recovery in both patients, with substantial rates of motor improvement for one of them.  ...  Here, we describe a neurorehabilitation setup combining several approaches that were shown to have a positive effect in patients with SCI: gait training by means of non-invasive, surface functional electrical  ...  The highest joint range of motion of the human gait takes place in the sagittal plane where flexion and extension of the hip, knee, and ankle occur. We selected extensors and flexors for each joint.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-019-43041-9 pmid:31043637 pmcid:PMC6494802 fatcat:w5omaiav65f4pomqj6abds6a6i

Bioinformatic Approaches Used in Modelling Human Tremor

Manto Mario, Grimaldi Giuliana, Lorivel Thomas, Farina Dario, Popovic Lana, Conforto Silvia, D'Alessio Tommaso, Belda-Lois Juan-Manuel, Pons Jose-Luis, Rocon Eduardo
2009 Current Bioinformatics  
In particular, algorithms for instantaneous assessments of oscillations and direct online cancellations have been suggested.  ...  These models will allow the accurate simulation of the behaviour of limbs. Their impact is outlined.  ...  The hand was considered as a rigid extension of the forearm on the assumption that hand motion has a negligible effect on the broad motion dynamics of the upper limb.  ... 
doi:10.2174/157489309788184747 fatcat:kts5h6kgxzchfb6ejxgiprl4jy

Contingent sounds change the mental representation of one's finger length

Ana Tajadura-Jiménez, Maria Vakali, Merle T. Fairhurst, Alisa Mandrigin, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Ophelia Deroy
2017 Scientific Reports  
Drawing on the well-documented capacity of dynamic changes in pitch to elicit impressions of motion along the vertical plane and of changes in object size, we asked participants to pull on their right  ...  These results provide the first evidence that sounds that are not indicative of veridical movement, such as non-naturalistic sounds, can induce a Pinocchio-like change in body-representation when arbitrarily  ...  We thank Nick Wilkinson for helping with data collection, Temitayo Olugbade for helping with EMG recordings, and Alejandro Galvao Carmona, Vincent Hayward, Milagrosa Sánchez Martín and Matthew Longo for  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-05870-4 pmid:28720803 pmcid:PMC5515978 fatcat:pz3ersfye5dyphxup4qu2dff5m

Simulated motion negatively affects motor task but not neuromuscular performance

Gregory E.P. Pearcey, Scott N. MacKinnon, Duane C. Button
2015 Ergonomics  
The objectives of this thesis were 1) to describe how motor task and neuromuscular performance is affected by various types of environmental perturbations and 2) to examine the effects of simulated motion  ...  on motor task and neuromuscular performance, conduct an experiment to examine the effects of one hour of simulated ship motion on motor task and neuromuscular performance.  ...  In a more recent study, examined knee extension and elbow flexion maximal voluntary contraction force, as well as EMG of the knee extensors and elbow flexors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2015.1026405 pmid:25811424 fatcat:bqjptim7wbgklnhgs6n2tysuia

Sex Differences in Motor Unit Discharge Rates at Maximal and Submaximal Levels of Force Output

J Greig Inglis, David A. Gabriel
2020 Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism  
This study evaluated potential sex differences in motor unit (MU) behaviour at maximal and submaximal force outputs.  ...  A sub-set of males (n=8) and females (n=8), matched for maximum force output, revealed that females had even greater MUDR (Δ 1.38 pps, 7.47%) and percentage of MU trains with doublet and rapid discharges  ...  vibrations!during! contractions,!known!as!mechanomyogram!(MMG),!only!measure!a!single!component!of!the!muscle!motion.!!! AIM:!The!purpose!of!the!study!was!to!investigate!the!frequency!dependence!of!  ... 
doi:10.1139/apnm-2019-0958 pmid:32338038 fatcat:guar3mepqbe3vdn7gpsbhelrfa

Fisioterapia em pacientes críticos adultos: recomendações do Departamento de Fisioterapia da Associação de Medicina Intensiva Brasileira

Eduardo Ériko Tenório de França, Francimar Ferrari, Patrícia Fernandes, Renata Cavalcanti, Antonio Duarte, Bruno Prata Martinez, Esperidião Elias Aquim, Marta Cristina Paulete Damasceno
2012 Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva  
A group of Brazilian Association of Intensive Care Medicine physical therapy experts developed this document that contains minimal physical therapy recommendations appropriate to the Brazilian real-world  ...  Complications from immobility in intensive care unit patients contribute to functional decline, increased healthcare costs, reduced quality of life and higher post-discharge mortality.  ...  In this level (Level 3), if the patient has sufficient upper limb muscle strength (MRC > 4) for elbow flexion and anterior shoulder flexion, aerobic and/or counter-resisted exertion is started.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0103-507x2012000100003 fatcat:3ycqd2i5srdzrn67xop4mqacte

Haptics as an Interaction Modality [chapter]

Christian Hatzfeld
2014 Springer Series on Touch and Haptic Systems  
On one side, several concepts for describing interaction are presented in Sect. 2.2, and on the other side, the physiological and psychophysical bases of haptic perception are discussed in Sect. 2.1.  ...  The goal of this chapter is to provide a common basis to describe interactions and to convey a basic understanding of perception, and the description via psychophysical parameters.  ...  This is supported by studies conducted by Hogan who showed that a human limb can be modeled as a passive mechanical impedance for frequencies higher than the maximum frequency of human motion capabilities  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-6518-7_2 fatcat:trzctahdzzad3kb2kx2mpw6nve

Man to Machine, Applications in Electromyography [chapter]

Michael Wehner
2012 EMG Methods for Evaluating Muscle and Nerve Function  
Background Recognized as a potentially powerful tool EMG was first used in measuring human movement at the turn of the 20th century (Medved, 2001) .  ...  The study of electrical signals due to muscle activation has been evolving since Francesco Redi found electrical generation in the muscles of the electric ray fish in 1666 (Fishman, Wilkins, 2011), Dubois  ...  Prosthetics, upper limb Upper limb prosthetics (hand, elbow) have been available in some form for millennia.  ... 
doi:10.5772/26495 fatcat:7ypcajmhjnchxh44cfwbtx5tz4

Kinematic and Clinical Analyses of Upper-Extremity Movements After Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in Patients With Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Ching-yi Wu, Chia-ling Chen, Simon F. Tang, Keh-chung Lin, Ya-ying Huang
2007 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
Acknowledgments: We thank Aliza Sturm for providing support in the planning phase and Erika Schippel for her assistance in the editing phase of this review.  ...  The implantable 2-channel peroneal nerve stimulator used in the present study is currently known as the STIMuSTEP.  ...  to examine for a change in pain perception as a result of running the race.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2007.05.012 pmid:17678656 fatcat:symtlg5exvelzc7n5sasamdbu4
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