Iterative Learning Control in Health Care: Electrical Stimulation and Robotic-Assisted Upper-Limb Stroke Rehabilitation

@article{Freeman2012IterativeLC,
  title={Iterative Learning Control in Health Care: Electrical Stimulation and Robotic-Assisted Upper-Limb Stroke Rehabilitation},
  author={Christopher T. Freeman and Eric Rogers and Ann-Marie Hughes and Jane H. Burridge and Katie Meadmore},
  journal={IEEE Control Systems},
  year={2012},
  volume={32},
  pages={18-43}
}
Annually, 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke, and 5 million are left permanently disabled. A stroke is usually caused when a blood clot blocks a vessel in the brain and acts like a dam, stopping the blood reaching the regions downstream. Alternatively, it may be caused by a hemorrhage, in which a vessel ruptures and leaks blood into surrounding areas. As a result, some of the connecting nerve cells die, and the person commonly suffers partial paralysis on one side of the body, termed… CONTINUE READING
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