A.-M. Hughes

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An experimental test facility is developed for use by stroke patients in order to improve sensory-motor function of their upper limb. Subjects are seated at the workstation and their task is to repeatedly follow reaching trajectories that are projected onto a target above their arm. To do this they use voluntary control with the addition of electrical(More)
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) has shown effectiveness in restoring upper-limb movement post-stroke when applied to assist participants' voluntary intention during repeated, motivating tasks. Recent clinical trials have used advanced controllers that precisely adjust FES to assist functional reach and grasp tasks with FES applied to three muscle(More)
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