Miriam Reyes-Fernandez

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Many users with motor disabilities, such as quadriplegics are unable to handle a power wheelchair securely, without causing harm to others, to themselves or their surroundings. Smart wheelchairs usually have been instrumented with a collection of sensors and computers using systems and algorithms that have been designed to provide safe navigation assistance(More)
[Purpose] The purposes of this study were to evaluate whether the therapeutic games developed by the study team are significantly effective for upper limb rehabilitation of patients with cerebral palsy and to assess the development of the games and the evolution of patients throughout the therapy sessions. [Subjects and Methods] This study demonstrates the(More)
Resumen. Este artículo describe el desarrollo de un sistema de electroestimulación percutánea para terapias pasivas, que pueda mejorar los procesos de rehabilitación aplicados a los pacientes con esguince en el tobillo, mediante el empleo de señales de electroestimulación para mejorar el impacto de los ejercicios y favorecer la retroalimentación entre el(More)
PURPOSE One of the most important aspects in neuromotor rehabilitation is the need of feedback for patients. The rehabilitation system's efficiency relies on the therapist's judgment, who tells the patient whether he/she is performing the exercises correctly. This process may be quite subjective, because it depends on the therapist's personal opinion. On(More)
Motor rehabilitation is one of the aspects which have great impact in the treatment of injuries, as they prevent that temporary disability due to an accident or illness, become permanently disabled. There are different types of motor rehabilitation carried out depending on the type of lesion and the patient characteristics; they can be grouped into passive(More)
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