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Upper limb exercise with physical and virtual robots: Visual sensitivity affects task performance

Pauline Chevalier, Valentina Vasco, Cesco Willemse, Davide De Tommaso, Vadim Tikhanoff, Ugo Pattacini, Agnieszka Wykowska
2021 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
We investigated the influence of visual sensitivity on the performance of an imitation task with the robot R1 in its virtual and physical forms.  ...  From the self-report questionnaire, we observed that the participants relied more on visual sensory cues to perform the task with the physical robot than on the virtual robot.  ...  The authors thank Nina Hinz and Serena Marchesi for their assistance with data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2021-0014 fatcat:rkpxphwndbce5e44njvg2pkecm

A review of upper limb robot assisted therapy techniques and virtual reality applications

Habiba Abdelsalam Ibrahim, Hossam Hassan Ammar, Raafat Shalaby
2022 IAES International Journal of Artificial Intelligence (IJ-AI)  
With this aim, the presented study reviewed the current literature on RAT protocols for upper limb impairments and the effects of RAT on recovery outcomes.  ...  Upper limb rehabilitation for stroke survivors and cerebral palsy (CP) children is essential to enhance independence and quality of life.  ...  Robots used in the rehabilitation field rely on demonstrating repetitive tasks and assist the patient with the aid of virtual reality (VR) and serious games [3] .  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijai.v11.i2.pp613-623 fatcat:t4pi4fqwivaqdp4l75pvfyah3i

Upper Limb Home-Based Robotic Rehabilitation During COVID-19 Outbreak

Hemanth Manjunatha, Shrey Pareek, Sri Sadhan Jujjavarapu, Mostafa Ghobadi, Thenkurussi Kesavadas, Ehsan T. Esfahani
2021 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
physical deconditioning and cognitive impairments, patients with comorbid conditions, and other patients requiring physical therapy during the outbreak with no or limited access to hospital and rehabilitation  ...  Hence, we study the state-of-the-art telerehabilitation frameworks and robotic devices, and comment about a hybrid model that can use existing telerehabilitation framework and home-based robotic devices  ...  Virtual Reality U Nirme et al. (2011) on different parameters of task the estimated user model performance Autonomous intervention Estimation of task performance and Visual and musical stimulation Virtual  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.612834 pmid:34109220 pmcid:PMC8181124 fatcat:ljmvqg2gzfbhjbetly5gmj3v74

Reviewing high-level control techniques on robot-assisted upper-limb rehabilitation

Qing Miao, Mingming Zhang, Jinghui Cao, Sheng Q. Xie
2018 Advanced Robotics  
Acknowledgement This work was carried out with financial support from Wuhan University of Technology, China.  ...  The authors also thank Southern University of Science and Technology (China), and University of Auckland (New Zealand).  ...  When combining Gental/G [92] with the Gentle/S robot [93] a total of 6 active and 3 passive DOFs are available, and virtual exercises are designed to be highly interactive and motivational.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01691864.2018.1546617 fatcat:4ixwhu67ubghtkdhxnxt5jn3vu

Challenges in neuro-machine interaction based active robotic rehabilitation of stroke patients

Aiguo Song, Renhuan Yang, Baoguo Xu, Lizheng Pan, Huijun Li
2014 Advances in robotics research  
Therefore, neuro-machine interaction based active rehabilitation robot has been proposed for assisting paralyzed limb performing designed tasks, which utilizes motor related EEG, UCSDI (Ultrasound Current  ...  Study results in the last decades show that amount and quality of physical exercises, then the active participation, and now the cognitive involvement of patient in rehabilitation training are known of  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant no. 61272379, 61325018), the Prospective and Innovative Project of Jiangsu Province (Grant no.  ... 
doi:10.12989/arr.2014.1.2.155 fatcat:jxglhllprvck5p2je4mv7ppuli

Robot-aided neurorehabilitation

H.I. Krebs, N. Hogan, M.L. Aisen, B.T. Volpe
1998 IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering  
This paper reviews a clinical trial involving 20 stroke patients with a prototype robot-aided rehabilitation facility developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, (MIT) and tested  ...  In particular, we present evidence 1) that robot-aided therapy does not have adverse effects, 2) that patients tolerate the procedure, and 3) that peripheral manipulation of the impaired limb may influence  ...  If the patient could not perform the task in response to a visual and auditory cue, the robot assisted and guided the patient's hand.  ... 
doi:10.1109/86.662623 pmid:9535526 pmcid:PMC2692541 fatcat:tmaikqwjlbcvnopxzpyasqrrv4

Robotic Technologies and Rehabilitation: New Tools for Stroke Patients' Therapy

Patrizia Poli, Giovanni Morone, Giulio Rosati, Stefano Masiero
2013 BioMed Research International  
We performed a comprehensive search of PubMed, Cochrane, and PeDRO databases using as keywords "robot AND stroke AND rehabilitation."Results and Discussion.  ...  In upper limb robotic rehabilitation, training seems to improve arm function in activities of daily living. In addition, electromechanical gait training after stroke seems to be effective.  ...  Arm robot ARMin Semiexoskeleton for movement of the shoulder (3DOFs), the elbow (1DOF), the forearm (1DOF), and the wrist (1DOF); matched with an audio-visual display used to illustrate the movement task  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/153872 pmid:24350244 pmcid:PMC3852950 fatcat:phk7vtplevfipgujbemx6voe7a

Electrodiagnostic effect of Armeo® Robotic Therapy versus Conventional Therapy in Erb's Palsy Children

2021 The Annals of Clinical and Analytical Medicine  
Aim: This study aimed to examine the efficacy of Armeo robotic therapy versus conventional therapy for upper limb function in children with Erb's palsy.  ...  The findings obtained clearly endorse the implementation of Armeo ® Robotic Therapy as an alternative to care program for children with Erb's palsy.  ...  In its distal region, the system includes a pressure-sensitive handgrip which allows a graded performance during grasp and release exercises.  ... 
doi:10.4328/acam.20324 fatcat:7dsryqzbzbgnrbaqleeiyumexa

Challenges and Opportunities for Robot-Mediated Neurorehabilitation

W.S. Harwin, J.L. Patton, V.R. Edgerton
2006 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Robot mediated neurorehabilitation is a rapidly advancing field that seeks to use advances in robotics, virtual realities and haptic interfaces, coupled with theories in neuroscience and rehabilitation  ...  This paper identifies the need for robots in neurorehabilitation and identifies important goals that will allow this field to advance.  ...  Since these are repetitive and physically demanding tasks for the therapists it is an opportunity to introduce robotic based solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2006.880671 fatcat:sbrdbkj46jaopoczgamp5motle

Quantitative Evaluation of Performance during Robot-assisted Treatment

E. Biffi, C. Maghini, F. Servodio Iammarrone, C. Gagliardi, C. Germiniasi, A. Pedrocchi, A. C. Turconi, G. Reni, E. Peri
2016 Methods of Information in Medicine  
The aim of the present work is to describe a simple parameter to assess the performance of subjects during upper limb robotic training exploiting data automatically recorded by the robot, with no additional  ...  Methods: Fourteen children affected by cerebral palsy (CP) performed a training with Armeo®Spring.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to thank the patients that underwent the clinical trial and the physiotherapists who performed the training with the patients.  ... 
doi:10.3414/me14-01-0126 pmid:26640835 fatcat:z2dfgph7pvdhvkzhzjdnfmdr7e

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.  ...  reaching task therapy.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by CITO/Precarn and Quanser Inc.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-5-15 pmid:18498641 pmcid:PMC2409358 fatcat:qiwjwj6ar5gznplnfkdouig2z4

Exoskeleton-Based Exercisers for the Disabilities of the Upper Arm and Hand [chapter]

Ioannis Sarakoglou, Sophia Kousidou, Nikolaos G., Darwin G.
2007 Rehabilitation Robotics  
ROBOTIC ASSISTANT OF UPPER LIMB EXERCISE Alastair Cozens, while he was with the Rheumatology and Rehabilitation Research Unit at the University of Leeds, performed a study in which a robot assisted an  ...  (a) shows a patient wearing the exoskeleton (b) Fig. 2 . 5 . 25 Robotic Assistance of Upper Limb Exercise.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5177 fatcat:6jtocfgntzgjtpkywacflhq3t4

Robotic Home-Based Rehabilitation Systems Design: From a Literature Review to a Conceptual Framework for Community-Based Remote Therapy During COVID-19 Pandemic

Aylar Akbari, Faezeh Haghverd, Saeed Behbahani
2021 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
In this paper, a comprehensive review on developed home-based rehabilitation technologies of the last 10 years (2011–2020), categorizing them into upper and lower limb devices and considering both commercialized  ...  and state-of-the-art realms.  ...  upper limb.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.612331 fatcat:ndlb25ablnhyvpsykdspdl3ef4

Review of control strategies for robotic movement training after neurologic injury

Laura Marchal-Crespo, David J Reinkensmeyer
2009 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
-, and EMG-based controllers, as well as adaptive controllers that modify control parameters based on ongoing participant performance.  ...  It is also now apparent there may be mechanisms by which some robotic control approaches might actually decrease the recovery possible with comparable, nonrobotic forms of training.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the support of NIH N01-HD-3-3352 and NCRR M01RR00827  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-6-20 pmid:19531254 pmcid:PMC2710333 fatcat:vqrquhowgbd5jkwsongyph5nhy

Using Robot-Based Variables during Upper Limb Robot-Assisted Training in Subacute Stroke Patients to Quantify Treatment Dose

Pascal Jamin, Christophe Duret, Emilie Hutin, Nicolas Bayle, Typhaine Koeppel, Jean-Michel Gracies, Ophélie Pila
2022 Sensors  
The aim of this retrospective study was to quantify the treatment dose using robot-measured variables during robot-assisted training in patients with subacute stroke.  ...  The treatment dose intensity may be enhanced by increasing both the number of movements and the motor difficulty of performing each movement.  ...  been possible, and would also like to thank Johanna Robertson for English language improvement.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22082989 pmid:35458975 pmcid:PMC9026756 fatcat:fxwrtxbl5rcpldy6cwc2ugt7ju
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