Eeg-based Brain Computer Interface(bci) Con- Trolled Functional Electrical Stimulation (fes) Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation

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Stroke is a leading cause of long-term disability in adults. Integration of functional electrical stimulation(FES) controlled by biopotiential like EMG currently showed significantly improvement in restoring motor function of upper extremities on chronic stroke patients. This study demonstrated the feasibility of using EEG as biopotiential to control the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tong2008EegbasedBC, title={Eeg-based Brain Computer Interface(bci) Con- Trolled Functional Electrical Stimulation (fes) Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation}, author={Kai-yu Tong and Fei Meng and Ka-him Lui and Suk-Tak Chan and Wan-wa Wong and Xiaorong Gao and Shang- kai Gao}, year={2008} }