The Combined Effects of Adaptive Control and Virtual Reality on Robot-Assisted Fine Hand Motion Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke Patients: A Case Study.

@article{Huang2018TheCE,
  title={The Combined Effects of Adaptive Control and Virtual Reality on Robot-Assisted Fine Hand Motion Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke Patients: A Case Study.},
  author={Xianwei Huang and Fazel Naghdy and Golshah Naghdy and Haiping Du and Catherine A. Todd},
  journal={Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases : the official journal of National Stroke Association},
  year={2018},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={
          221-228
        }
}
Robot-assisted therapy is regarded as an effective and reliable method for the delivery of highly repetitive training that is needed to trigger neuroplasticity following a stroke. However, the lack of fully adaptive assist-as-needed control of the robotic devices and an inadequate immersive virtual environment that can promote active participation during training are obstacles hindering the achievement of better training results with fewer training sessions required. This study thus focuses on… CONTINUE READING
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