All Blog Posts Tagged 'stroke' (4)

Brain-Computer Interface for stroke rehabilitation

g.tec performed initial tests with robotic feedback. A motor imagery based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is presented that is linked to a rehebilitation robot.

The BCI system is used to measure the activation of the sensorimotor cortex to control external supporting robotic devices such as exoskeletons or orthotic devices. The robotic device has the purpose to move the limbs of the patient and this activates again the sensorimotor cortex. The activation can be seen as ERD/ERS changes…

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Added by Armin Schnürer on January 8, 2013 at 3:50am — No Comments

Whitepaper available...

Whitepaper about "BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE TECHNOLOGY

FOR STROKE REHABILITATION" available. This one-sided page gives a great overview about this interesting topic.

What do you think about this topic? Do you think that there is potential?

Here you can download the PDF: http://www.gtec.at/content/download/6182/49778/version/1/

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Added by Armin Schnürer on August 21, 2012 at 3:16am — No Comments

Steadiness in Stroke & Classifying Spasms

Tuesday morning was one of those blocks of time where I actually had very little going on and only a couple of posters to visit. The posters I did visit brought me from my dissertation question of how the nervous system changes with age to the question of what happens with neurological disorders.



Control of constant low-level isometric force after stroke- #568.20



Dr. McNulty's study was not… Continue

Added by Mike Pascoe on October 20, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Tendon Tap Responses in Stroke Patients.

Heteronymous Ia afferent connections in the upper limb following stroke- 271.4



My favorite poster of the Sunday afternoon session was discovered by pure chance. I was walking through the Theme D posters when the first word of the poster title "Heteronymous" caught my eye. Although I've done some work on heteronymous reflex modulation in healthy adults, I never knew what happened to these pathways with stroke. Thanks to Gwyn Lewis, I have a better idea : )



Gwyn's… Continue

Added by Mike Pascoe on October 18, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

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