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Challenges and opportunities for robot-mediated neurorehabilitation

Harwin, W.S. ORCID:, Patton, J.L. and Edgerton, V.R. (2006) Challenges and opportunities for robot-mediated neurorehabilitation. Proceedings of the IEEE, 94 (9). pp. 1717-1726. ISSN 0018-9219

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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 to define new methods for treating neurological injuries such as stroke, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury. The field is nascent and much work is needed to identify efficient hardware, software, and control system designs alongside the most effective methods for delivering treatment in home and hospital settings. This paper identifies the need for robots in neurorehabilitation and identifies important goals that will allow this field to advance.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:15258
Uncontrolled Keywords:haptic interfaces, neurological injury, neurorehabilitation, rehabilitation, robot, spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain, injury, virtual reality, BODY-WEIGHT SUPPORT, REHABILITATION THERAPY, STROKE REGISTER, CASE-FATALITY, DESIGN, ENVIRONMENT, ADAPTATION, DYNAMICS, FORCE

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