Screening test robot for functional decline of shoulder joint

@article{Kamada2014ScreeningTR,
  title={Screening test robot for functional decline of shoulder joint},
  author={Keita Kamada and Noritaka Sato and Yoshifumi Morita and Hiroyuki Ukai and Kenji Komori and Shinya Taguchi},
  journal={2014 14th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS 2014)},
  year={2014},
  pages={594-598}
}
In this paper, we propose a screening test robot for prevention and early detection of functional decline of the shoulder joint. For this purpose, we used a three-dimensional reaction force display robot (3D robot) that executed a method for quantitatively evaluating shoulder joint functions. We focused on two shoulder joint functions: one is flexibility/stability, and the other is cooperativeness. In the screening test for functional decline of flexibility/stability, the 3D robot measured the… CONTINUE READING

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