Robot-mediated Active Rehabilitation (ACRE) A user trial

  title={Robot-mediated Active Rehabilitation (ACRE) A user trial},
  author={Marian Schoone and P. van Os and Antonet E Campagne},
  journal={2007 IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics},
ACRE is a robotic training device for rehabilitation of the upper limbs. ACRE stimulates patients to train their affected arm more frequently and repetitively, via so called game based therapy. A prototype of ACRE (ACRE2) was tested in a user trial with patients who had recently suffered a stroke. Therapists concluded that the ACRE can be useful in addition to the conventional training. After the first user trail specific technical improvements were suggested and realized in a new version of… CONTINUE READING

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