Electromyography Assessment During Gait in a Robotic Exoskeleton for Acute Stroke

@inproceedings{Androwis2018ElectromyographyAD,
  title={Electromyography Assessment During Gait in a Robotic Exoskeleton for Acute Stroke},
  author={Ghaith J. Androwis and Rakesh Pilkar and Arvind Ramanujam and Karen J. Nolan},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Robotic exoskeleton (RE) based gait training involves repetitive task-oriented movements and weight shifts to promote functional recovery. To effectively understand the neuromuscular alterations occurring due to hemiplegia as well as due to the utilization of RE in acute stroke, there is a need for electromyography (EMG) techniques that not only quantify the intensity of muscle activations but also quantify and compare activation timings in different gait training environments… CONTINUE READING
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