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|Title: ||The therapeutic effects of myoelectrically controlled robotic system for persons after stroke : a pilot study|
|Authors: ||Song, Rong|
Tong, Kai-yu Raymond
Tsang, S. F.
|Issue Date: ||2006 |
|Citation: ||Proceedings of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference, New York City, USA, Aug 30-Sept 3, 2006, p. 4945-4948.|
|Abstract: ||In this study, a myoelectrically controlled robotic system with one degree of freedom was developed to assist elbow training in the horizontal plane for patients after stroke. The system could provide assistive extension torque which was proportional to the amplitude of the subject's processed and normalized electromyograhpic (EMG) signal from triceps. The system also provided different resistive torques during movement, which were based on the maximum isometric voluntary extension (MIVE) and flexion (MIVF) torques. A study investigated its effect after 20-session of training for four weeks on the functional improvement of the affected arm in 3 subjects after stroke. Outcome measurements on the muscle strength at the elbow joint showed that there were increases in the MIVE and MIVF torques of the affected arms of all the subjects after the four-week rehabilitation training. The subjects could also reach a more extended position without the assistance of the robotic system than that before the four-week training.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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