ARMassist: A low-cost device for telerehabiltation of post-stroke arm deficits

@inproceedings{Perry2009ARMassistAL,
  title={ARMassist: A low-cost device for telerehabiltation of post-stroke arm deficits},
  author={Joel C. Perry and Haritz Zabaleta and Aitor Belloso and Thierry Keller},
  year={2009}
}
Motor deficits in the growing population of stroke survivors are creating a pressing need for new strategies and new tools to provide efficient and effective delivery of patient care. A summary if existing devices for upper-limb rehabilitation is presented, including the modes of feedback provided and whether the intended market is clinical or personal use. The design requirements for a new portable device are outlined from both patient and therapist viewpoints. Embodiments of the device… CONTINUE READING

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