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  1. Functional electrical stimulation (FES) applied via transcutaneous electrodes is a common rehabilitation technique for assisting grasp in patients with central nervous system lesions. To improve the stimulatio...

    Authors: Nebojša M Malešević, Lana Z Popović Maneski, Vojin Ilić, Nikola Jorgovanović, Goran Bijelić, Thierry Keller and Dejan B Popović
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:66
  2. Stroke is the most common cause of disability in the developed world and can severely degrade walking function. Robot-driven gait therapy can provide assistance to patients during training and offers a number ...

    Authors: Andrew Pennycott, Dario Wyss, Heike Vallery, Verena Klamroth-Marganska and Robert Riener
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:65
  3. Self-reported gait unsteadiness is often a problem in neurological patients without any clinical evidence of ataxia, because it leads to reduced activity and limitations in function. However, in the literature...

    Authors: Maria Grazia Benedetti, Valentina Agostini, Marco Knaflitz, Verusca Gasparroni, Marco Boschi and Roberto Piperno
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:64
  4. Ankylosing spondylitis is a major chronic rheumatic disease that predominantly affects axial joints, determining a rigid spine from the occiput to the sacrum. The dorsal hyperkyphosis may induce the patients t...

    Authors: Zimi Sawacha, Elena Carraro, Silvia Del Din, Annamaria Guiotto, Lara Bonaldo, Leonardo Punzi, Claudio Cobelli and Stefano Masiero
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:63
  5. Virtual reality (VR) technology along with treadmill training (TT) can effectively provide goal-oriented practice and promote improved motor learning in patients with neurological disorders. Moreover, the VR +...

    Authors: Jungwon Yoon, Hyung-Soon Park and Diane Louise Damiano
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:62
  6. Movement disorders after stroke are still captured by clinical gaze and translated to ordinal scores of low resolution. There is a clear need for objective quantification, with outcome measures related to path...

    Authors: Hanneke JM van der Krogt, Carel GM Meskers, Jurriaan H de Groot, Asbjørn Klomp and J Hans Arendzen
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:61
  7. Clinicians need a practical, objective test of postural control that is sensitive to mild neurological disease, shows experimental and clinical validity, and has good test-retest reliability. We developed an i...

    Authors: Martina Mancini, Arash Salarian, Patricia Carlson-Kuhta, Cris Zampieri, Laurie King, Lorenzo Chiari and Fay B Horak
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:59
  8. Many techniques that compensate for locomotion problems in daily life using externally controlled stimulation have recently been reported. These techniques are beneficial for effortlessly supporting patients’ ...

    Authors: Takeshi Muto, Barbara Herzberger, Joachim Hermsdoerfer, Yoshihiro Miyake and Ernst Poeppel
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:58
  9. Clinical outcomes after robotic training are often not superior to conventional therapy. One key factor responsible for this is the use of control strategies that provide substantial guidance. This strategy no...

    Authors: Chandramouli Krishnan, Rajiv Ranganathan, Shailesh S Kantak, Yasin Y Dhaher and William Z Rymer
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:57
  10. We developed an electroencephalogram-based brain computer interface system to modulate functional electrical stimulation (FES) to the affected tibialis anterior muscle in a stroke patient. The intensity of FES...

    Authors: Mitsuru Takahashi, Kotaro Takeda, Yohei Otaka, Rieko Osu, Takashi Hanakawa, Manabu Gouko and Koji Ito
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:56
  11. Powered lower limb prostheses could be more functional if they had access to feedforward control signals from the user’s nervous system. Myoelectric signals are one potential control source. The purpose of thi...

    Authors: Stephanie Huang and Daniel P Ferris
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:55
  12. The control of movement in humans is hierarchical and distributed and uses feedback. An assistive system could be best integrated into the therapy of a human with a central nervous system lesion if the system ...

    Authors: Nenad S Jovičić, Lazar V Saranovac and Dejan B Popović
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:54
  13. Multi-axis vibrotactile feedback has been shown to significantly reduce the root-mean-square (RMS) sway, elliptical fits to sway trajectory area, and the time spent outside of the no feedback zone in individua...

    Authors: Kathleen H Sienko, M David Balkwill and Conrad Wall III
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:53
  14. Rehabilitation technology for upper limb training of stroke patients may play an important role as therapy tool in future, in order to meet the increasing therapy demand. Currently, implementation of this tech...

    Authors: Ananda Hochstenbach-Waelen and Henk AM Seelen
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:52
  15. Studying the responses in human behaviour to external perturbations during daily motor tasks is of key importance for understanding mechanisms of balance control and for investigating the functional response o...

    Authors: Lorenzo Bassi Luciani, Vincenzo Genovese, Vito Monaco, Luca Odetti, Emanuele Cattin and Silvestro Micera
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:51
  16. A novel artefact removal algorithm is proposed for a self-paced hybrid brain-computer interface (BCI) system. This hybrid system combines a self-paced BCI with an eye-tracker to operate a virtual keyboard. To ...

    Authors: Xinyi Yong, Mehrdad Fatourechi, Rabab K Ward and Gary E Birch
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:50
  17. The potential of robot-mediated therapy and virtual reality in neurorehabilitation is becoming of increasing importance. However, there is limited information, using neuroimaging, on the neural networks involv...

    Authors: Federico Nocchi, Simone Gazzellini, Carmela Grisolia, Maurizio Petrarca, Vittorio Cannatà, Paolo Cappa, Tommaso D’Alessio and Enrico Castelli
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:49
  18. To observe brain activation induced by functional electrical stimulation, voluntary contraction, and the combination of both using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

    Authors: Kyung-Lim Joa, Yong-Hee Han, Chi-Woong Mun, Bong-Kyung Son, Chang-Hyung Lee, Yong-Beom Shin, Hyun-Yoon Ko and Yong-Il Shin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:48
  19. High-density electroencephalography (EEG) with active electrodes allows for monitoring of electrocortical dynamics during human walking but movement artifacts have the potential to dominate the signal. One pot...

    Authors: Troy M Lau, Joseph T Gwin, Kaleb G McDowell and Daniel P Ferris
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:47
  20. Robot-generated deviating forces during multijoint reaching movements have been applied to investigate motor control and to tune neuromotor adaptation. Can the application of force to limbs improve motor learn...

    Authors: Claudia Casellato, Alessandra Pedrocchi, Giovanna Zorzi, Giorgio Rizzi, Giancarlo Ferrigno and Nardo Nardocci
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:46
  21. The next generation of prosthetic limbs will restore sensory feedback to the nervous system by mimicking how skin mechanoreceptors, innervated by afferents, produce trains of action potentials in response to c...

    Authors: Elmer K Kim, Scott A Wellnitz, Sarah M Bourdon, Ellen A Lumpkin and Gregory J Gerling
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:45
  22. The majority of stroke patients have to cope with impaired arm function. Gravity compensation of the arm instantaneously affects abnormal synergistic movement patterns. The goal of the present study is to exam...

    Authors: Thijs Krabben, Gerdienke B Prange, Birgit I Molier, Arno HA Stienen, Michiel JA Jannink, Jaap H Buurke and Johan S Rietman
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:44
  23. Humans are capable of fast adaptation to new unknown dynamics that affect their movements. Such motor learning is also believed to be an important part of motor rehabilitation. Bimanual training can improve po...

    Authors: Matic Trlep, Matjaž Mihelj and Marko Munih
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:43
  24. We propose a method for estimating wrist kinematics during dynamic wrist contractions from multi-channel surface electromyography (EMG). The algorithm extracts features from the surface EMG and uses dedicated ...

    Authors: Ning Jiang, Johnny LG Vest-Nielsen, Silvia Muceli and Dario Farina
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:42
  25. Spinal cord injury (SCI) results in the partial or complete loss of movement and sensation below the level of injury. In individuals with cervical level SCI, there is a great need for voluntary command generat...

    Authors: Abhishek Prasad and Mesut Sahin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:41
  26. In spite of the advances made in the design of dexterous anthropomorphic hand prostheses, these sophisticated devices still lack adequate control interfaces which could allow amputees to operate them in an int...

    Authors: Giulia C Matrone, Christian Cipriani, Maria Chiara Carrozza and Giovanni Magenes
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:40
  27. Fatiguing exercises used across studies to induce alterations in postural control are diverse and may explain the different findings reported. This study aimed to compare the effects of two types of fatiguing ...

    Authors: Etienne J Bisson, Anthony Remaud, Sébastien Boyas, Yves Lajoie and Martin Bilodeau
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:39
  28. A complete spinal cord transection results in loss of all supraspinal motor control below the level of the injury. The neural circuitry in the lumbosacral spinal cord, however, can generate locomotor patterns ...

    Authors: Parag Gad, Jonathan Woodbridge, Igor Lavrov, Hui Zhong, Roland R Roy, Majid Sarrafzadeh and V Reggie Edgerton
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:38
  29. Robotic and non-robotic training devices are increasingly being used in the rehabilitation of upper limb function in subjects with neurological disorders. As well as being used for training such devices can al...

    Authors: Claudia Rudhe, Urs Albisser, Michelle L Starkey, Armin Curt and Marc Bolliger
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:37
  30. This study, conducted in a group of nine chronic patients with right-side hemiparesis after stroke, investigated the effects of a robotic-assisted rehabilitation training with an upper limb robotic exoskeleton...

    Authors: Antonio Frisoli, Caterina Procopio, Carmelo Chisari, Ilaria Creatini, Luca Bonfiglio, Massimo Bergamasco, Bruno Rossi and Maria Chiara Carboncini
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:36
  31. Dysphagia or swallowing disorder negatively impacts a child’s health and development. The gold standard of dysphagia detection is videofluoroscopy which exposes the child to ionizing radiation, and requires sp...

    Authors: Merey Celeste, Kushki Azadeh, Ervin Sejdić, Glenn Berall and Tom Chau
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:34
  32. Prosthetic hand users have to rely extensively on visual feedback, which seems to lead to a high conscious burden for the users, in order to manipulate their prosthetic devices. Indirect methods (electro-cutan...

    Authors: Jose Gonzalez, Hirokazu Soma, Masashi Sekine and Wenwei Yu
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:33
  33. Novel stroke rehabilitation techniques that employ electrical stimulation (ES) and robotic technologies are effective in reducing upper limb impairments. ES is most effective when it is applied to support the ...

    Authors: Katie L Meadmore, Ann-Marie Hughes, Chris T Freeman, Zhonglun Cai, Daisy Tong, Jane H Burridge and Eric Rogers
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:32
  34. Functional training is becoming the state-of-the-art therapy approach for rehabilitation of individuals after stroke and spinal cord injury. Robot-aided treadmill training reduces personnel effort, especially ...

    Authors: Alex Schück, Rob Labruyère, Heike Vallery, Robert Riener and Alexander Duschau-Wicke
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:31
  35. Clinical scores represent the gold standard in characterizing the clinical condition of patients in vegetative or minimally conscious state. However, they suffer from problems of sensitivity, specificity, subj...

    Authors: Martin Wieser, Lilith Buetler, Heike Vallery, Judith Schaller, Andreas Mayr, Markus Kofler, Leopold Saltuari, Daniel Zutter and Robert Riener
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:30
  36. Myoelectric control of upper extremity powered prostheses has been used clinically for many years, however this approach has not been fully developed for lower extremity prosthetic devices. With the advent of ...

    Authors: Mahyo Seyedali, Joseph M Czerniecki, David C Morgenroth and Michael E Hahn
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:29
  37. In rehabilitation, training intensity is usually adapted to optimize the trained system to attain better performance (overload principle). However, in balance rehabilitation, the level of intensity required du...

    Authors: Cyril Duclos, Carole Miéville, Dany Gagnon and Catherine Leclerc
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:28
  38. Arthritis of the hand can limit a person’s ability to perform daily activities. Whether or not sensory deficits contribute to the disability in this population remains unknown. The primary purpose of this stud...

    Authors: Kristina M Calder, Alison Martin, Jessica Lydiate, Joy C MacDermid, Victoria Galea and Norma J MacIntyre
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:27
  39. Hemianaesthesia patients usually exhibit awkward and inefficient finger movements of the affected hands. Conventionally, most interventions emphasize the improvement of motor deficits, but rarely address senso...

    Authors: Hsiu-Yun Hsu, Cheng-Feng Lin, Fong-Chin Su, Huan-Ting Kuo, Haw-Yen Chiu and Li-Chieh Kuo
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:26
  40. The purpose of this study was to determine the comparative effectiveness of feedback control systems for maintaining standing balance based on joint kinematics or total body center of mass (COM) acceleration, ...

    Authors: Raviraj Nataraj, Musa L Audu and Ronald J Triolo
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:25
  41. A 3 × 4 electrode array was placed over each of seven muscles and surface electromyography (sEMG) data were collected during isometric contractions. For each array, nine bipolar electrode pairs were formed off...

    Authors: Cynthia Kendell, Edward D Lemaire, Yves Losier, Adam Wilson, Adrian Chan and Bernie Hudgins
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:24
  42. In the fall of 2010, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Veteran's Administration jointly supported a review of mobility technology in Europe. A delegation of Americ...

    Authors: Brian Caulfield, Ted A Conway and Silvestro Micera
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:23
  43. Mobility technologies, including wheelchairs, prostheses, joint replacements, assistive devices, and therapeutic exercise equipment help millions of people participate in desired life activities. Yet, these te...

    Authors: David J Reinkensmeyer, Paolo Bonato, Michael L Boninger, Leighton Chan, Rachel E Cowan, Benjamin J Fregly and Mary M Rodgers
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:22
  44. The aim of this review paper is to summarize recent developments in the field of wearable sensors and systems that are relevant to the field of rehabilitation. The growing body of work focused on the applicati...

    Authors: Shyamal Patel, Hyung Park, Paolo Bonato, Leighton Chan and Mary Rodgers
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:21
  45. Loss of physical mobility makes maximal participation in desired activities more difficult and in the worst case fully prevents participation. This paper surveys recent work in assistive technology to improve ...

    Authors: Rachel E Cowan, Benjamin J Fregly, Michael L Boninger, Leighton Chan, Mary M Rodgers and David J Reinkensmeyer
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:20
  46. The purpose of this paper is to describe the education, research, technology transfer, and cooperative models that appear to have the greatest likelihood of successfully tackling the issue of technology to imp...

    Authors: Michael L Boninger, Rachel E Cowan and Benjamin J Fregly
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:19
  47. Mobility impairments due to injury or disease have a significant impact on quality of life. Consequently, development of effective treatments to restore or replace lost function is an important societal challe...

    Authors: Benjamin J Fregly, Michael L Boninger and David J Reinkensmeyer
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2012 9:18

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