Position-sensing technologies for movement analysis in stroke rehabilitation

@article{Zheng2005PositionsensingTF,
  title={Position-sensing technologies for movement analysis in stroke rehabilitation},
  author={Huiru Zheng and Norman David Black and Nigel D. Harris},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2005},
  volume={43},
  pages={413-420}
}
Research has focused on improvement of the quality of life of stroke patients. Gait detection, kinematics and kinetics analysis, home-based rehabilitation and telerehabilitation are the areas where there has been increasing research interest. The paper reviews position-sensing technologies and their application for human movement tracking and stroke rehabilitation. The review suggests that it is feasible to build a home-based telerehabilitation system for sensing and tracking the motion of… CONTINUE READING
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