A novel distributed functional electrical stimulation and assessment system for hand movements using wearable technology

@article{Wang2016AND,
  title={A novel distributed functional electrical stimulation and assessment system for hand movements using wearable technology},
  author={Hai-Peng Wang and Ai-Wen Guo and Zhengyang Bi and Yu-Xuan Zhou and Zhi-Gong Wang and Xiao-Ying L{\"u}},
  journal={2016 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={74-77}
}
  • Hai-Peng Wang, Ai-Wen Guo, +3 authors Xiao-Ying Lü
  • Published in
    IEEE Biomedical Circuits and…
    2016
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper, a novel distributed functional electrical stimulation (FES) and assessment system for hand movement using wearable technology is proposed. It consists of an FES of wireless EMG-bridge (EMGB) type, a sensor glove and a smartphone-based application software for displaying the virtual 3D hand environment. Combined with the FES therapy and the sensor glove, the proposed system provides a way to evaluate individual responses to rehabilitation among the stroke patients. The smartphone… CONTINUE READING

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