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Title Converging clinical and engineering research on neurorehabilitation / José L. Pons, Diego Torricelli, Marta Pajaro (eds.)
Published Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013


Description 1 online resource
Series Biosystems & biorobotics, 2195-3562 ; 1
Biosystems & biorobotics ; 1.
Contents Part I. Neurorobotics and Prosthetics. OS2. Foundations for Rehabilitation Robotics in Clinical Practice. Time Course of Recovery during Robotic Neurorehabilitation of the Upper Limb in Sub-acute and Chronic Stroke Patients -- The Effect of an Arm Support Device on Recovery of Arm-Hand Function in Sub-acute Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial -- Learning a Locomotor Task: With or without Errors? -- Towards an Integrated Approach to Multimodal Assistance of Stroke Patients Based on the Promotion of Intentionality -- Robotic-Assisted Gait Training in Children with Cerebral Palsy in Clinical Practice -- OS3. Neuroprosthetics (I). Cortically Controlled Electrical Stimulation for Locomotion of the Spinal Cord Injured -- Early Detection of Epileptic Seizures in Pigs Based on Vagus Nerve Activity -- Classification of Simultaneous, Dynamic Motions with Surface EMG -- Nonlinear Analysis of Electromyogram Following Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation-Assisted Gait Training in Stroke Survivors -- OS3. Neuroprosthetics (II). Advances in the Assessment and Suppression of Pathological Tremor in the Framework of TREMOR Project -- Decoding Grasp Types from the Monkey Motor Cortex and On-Line Control of a Dexterous Artificial Hand -- A Novel Assessment Device to Quantify Vestibular Function -- Comparison of Stimulation Selectivity in Monopolar and Bipolar Configuration Using the Transversal Intrafascicular Multichannel Electrode (TIME) -- Preliminary Results -- SS3. Wearable Rehabilitation Robotics. Development of a Exoskeleton for Lower Limb Rehabilitation -- Analysis of the Forces on the Finger Joints by a Joint-Less Wearable Robotic Hand, SNU Exo-Glove -- Optimization of Lower Extremity Kinetics during Transfers Using a Wearable, Portable Robotic Lower Extremity Orthosis: A Case Study -- Effect of Wearable Robotic Leg Orthosis on the Weight Bearing Symmetry during Sit-to-Stand in Individuals Post-stroke -- Effects of 'Intention-Based' Robotic Exoskeleton on Muscle Activation Patterns during Overground Walking
SS4. Control Strategies in Rehabilitation Robotics (I). Control Strategies for Robot-Assisted Training -- Literature Review and Experimental Impressions -- Adaptive Control in Neurorehabilitation -- Upper Limb Robot-Assisted Therapy in Chronic and Subacute Stroke Patients: A Kinematic Analysis -- Skeletal Muscle Contraction Control and Tracking Using an Adaptive Augmented PI Control Approach -- Effect of Gravity Compensation on Upper Limb Muscle Synergies during Reaching: Preliminary Results from Healthy Subjects -- SS4. Control Strategies in Rehabilitation Robotics (II) -- Pilot Study on Following and Resisting Forces on the Pelvis -- Hybrid FES-Robot Cooperative Control of Ambulatory Gait Rehabilitation Exoskeleton for Spinal Cord Injured Users -- Effectiveness of the LOwer Extremity Powered ExoSkeleton (LOPES) Robotic Gait Trainer on Ability and Quality of Walking in SCI Patients -- Neuromuscular Control of Dynamic Joint Stabilization with a Knee Brace: Implications to Improve Muscle and Balance Control -- Fuzzy Logic Based FES Driven Cycling by Stimulating Single Muscle Group -- SS6. How to Translate FES from the Research to Practice. Customizing Functional Electrical Therapy Using a 'Rehabilitation Problem-Solving Form' -- A Preliminary Study -- Does Anode Position and Electrode Impedance Affect Muscle Selectivity in Upper Limb sFES? -- Muscle Activation Pattern and Weight Bearing of Limbs during Wheelchair Transfers in Healthy Individuals -- A Step towards Lower Limb FES Assisted Transfer for Paraplegics -- Control of Walking in Unilateral Drop Foot Using Artificial Neural Networks and Hybrid LMA-PSO Training Algorithm -- Assisting Persons after Stroke to Restore Gait: Hybrid System -- P1. Poster Session. Preliminary Results from the Use of the SOFTROBOT Platform in Stroke Patients -- Lokomat Training, Cervical versus Thoracic Spinal Cord Injuries: Comparative Study -- Exoskeletal Neuro-Rehabilitation in Chronic Paraplegic Patients -- Initial Results
Customized Robot Aided Gait Training for NeuroRehabilitation -- NASA-TLX Assessment of Modern Close Loop Controllers in Haptic Guidance for Assisted Rehabilitation -- Ursus: A Robotic Assistant for Training of Children with Motor Impairments -- Design of a Pediatric Exoskeleton for the Rehabilitation of the Physical Disabilities Caused by Cerebral Palsy -- Augmenting Rehabilitation after Stroke: A Flexible Platform for Combining Multi-channel Biofeedback with FES -- Robotic Design of an Upper Limb Exoskeleton for Motion Analysis and Rehabilitation of Paediatric Neuromuscular Disorders -- Multimodal Robotic Device to Assistive and Rehabilitation Tasks -- Switching between the Modes of Control: Implications for the Closed Loop Control of Prostheses -- Functional Electrical Stimulation Controller Based on Muscle Synergies -- Body Mass Index as a Parameter in a Motor Adaptation Process -- Neurosignals Modeling and Processing -- OS5. Biofeedback in Neurorehabilitation. A Rehabilitation System for Training Based on Visual Feedback Distortion -- On Feasibility of Gaze and Facial Component Tracking during Robot Assisted Walking -- Motor Learning in Children with Cerebral Palsy with Feedback of Principal Component Space of Reduced Dimension -- A Comparison between Influence of Visual and Haptic Feedback on Jerk Indicators in Hand Exercises -- Development of an Experimental Set-Up for Providing Lower-Limb Amputees with an Augmenting Feedback -- OS6. Neuromotor Models. Knee Muscle Fatigue Estimation during Isometric Artificially Elicited Contractions in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injured Subjects -- Animal Model to Investigate the Role of the Motor Cortex during Treadmill Locomotion in Rats -- Modeling Fatigue Effect in an EMG-Driven Hill Type Muscle Model during Dynamic Contractions -- Inverse Estimation of Multiple Muscle Activations under Isokinetic Condition
OS8. Translational Neurorehabilitation. Interdisciplinary Development of Intelligent Rehabilitation Technologies -- Medical and Clinical Engineering Committee -- Selection of Optimal Candidate for Patients with Stroke Involved in the Robotic Therapy for Walking Recovery: Characterization of Clinical and Psychological Features -- SS8. Sensory Restoration. Influence of Myofascial Therapy Applied to the Cervical Region of Patients Suffering from Unilateral Spatial Neglect and Head Deviation with Respect to the Median Line -- Perception of Animated Spectr ogram of Speech, a Multi-word Test -- Objective Assessment of a New Olfactory Rehabilitation Approach in Adults with Olfactory Impairments Using Functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI) -- The HyVE: Hybrid Vibro-Electrotactile Stimulation for Sensory Feedback in Upper Limb Prostheses -- Designing Sensory Neural Prostheses -- Lessons to Learn from Auditory Brainstem Implants -- Visual Neuroprosthesis: The Relevance of Plasticity -- P2. Poster Session. In vitro Large Polyfascicular Nerve Model for Assessment of Fascicular Recruitment Characteristics of Peripheral Nerve Interfaces -- A Motion Library for Robot-Based Upper Limb Rehabilitation -- Decoding Upper Limb Movement Velocity for Stroke Rehabilitation -- Chronic Electrochemical Investigation of Titanium Nitride Stimulation Electrodes in vivo -- Hybrid Neuromusculoskeletal Modeling -- Protocol and System for Spastic Behavior Simulation through the Generation of Cutaneous Reflexes -- Towards Improving the Usability of Electromyographic Interfaces -- Preliminary Result from a Multimodal Interface for Cerebral Palsy Users Based on Eye Tracking and Inertial Technology -- Simulation of the Muscle Recruitment by Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation in a Simplified Semitendinosus Muscle Model -- Ultrasound Imaging and Analysis of Muscle Activity in Lower Limb -- Evaluation of IMU ZigBee Sensors for Upper Limb Rehabilitation
Postural Synergies and Neural Network for Autonomous Grasping: A Tool for Dextrous Prosthetic and Robotic Hands -- MAXSENS: A Flexible Matrix Electrode for Sensory Substitution -- Brain-Neural Interfaces -- OS1. BCI for Neurorehabilitation. Error Potential Detection to Assist Movement Intention Decoding in Stroke Patients -- EMG Topography of Low Back Muscles as a Tool for Posture Evaluation and for the Assessment of Lumbalgia Treatments Progress -- Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate a BCI-Supported Task-Specific Training for Hand Motor Recovery after Stroke -- Classification of Stance and Swing Gait States during Treadmill Walking from Non-invasive Scalp Electroencephalographic (EEG) Signals -- Motor Imagery Driven BCI with Cue-Based Selection of FES Induced Grasps -- OS9. Neuromodulation. Improved Gait Symmetry in Hemiparetic Patients Following Gait Rehabilitation Supported by Activation of the Nociceptive Withdrawal Reflex -- "Awake Surgery" of Slow-Growing Tumors and Cortical Excitability Measured by EEG Recordings: Preliminary Results -- Virtual Cerebellar Lesions Influence Verbal Working Memory a tDCS Study -- A Simulation Study to Characterize the Effects of Frequency Modulation during Epidural Electrical Stimulation -- Tremor Suppression Using Electromyography and Surface Sensory Electrical Stimulation -- OS10. Assessment of Motor Status. Effects of Bimanual Motor Learning on Unimanual Performance On Repeatability of Motor Unit Characterization in Pathological Tremor -- Fast Forms of Central Fatigue Account for Decreases in Rate of Execution during Fast and Short Repetitive Motor Tasks -- Intersegmental Synchronization of Spontaneous Cord Dorsum Potentials as a Clinical Parameter to Evaluate Changes in Neuronal Connectivity Produced by Peri pheral Nerve and Spinal Cord Damage -- Analysis of EEG Signal to Detect Motor Command Generation towards Stroke Rehabilitation
SS2. Systematic Rehabilitation Based on Brain Rhythm, Muscle Synergies and Tacit Learning. Voluntary and Reflex Muscle Synergies in Upper Limbs -- The Rule of the Dependency Level of the Sensory Synergy in Recruiting Muscle Synergy -- Manipulative Evaluation of Alpha Bottom-Up Networks in the Resting-State by Combined TMS-EEG -- Trajectory Optimization by Tacit Learning -- Changes in Corticospinal Excitability Following the Use of a BCI Based Protocol Combined with Sham Visual Feedback -- P3. Poster Session. EEG-Eye Blink Detection System for Brain Computer Interface -- Neurorehabilitation in Chronic Paraplegic Patients with the HAL Exoskeleton -- Preliminary Electrophysiological and fMRI Data of a Pilot Study -- Investigating the Neural Basis of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)-Based Stroke Rehabilitation -- A Workstation for Development of Brain Machine Interfaces Using Spiking Neural Networks -- Asynchronous BCIs for the Early Detection and Classification of Voluntary Movements: Applications in Stroke Rehabilitation -- Individual Evaluation of Interhemispheric Neural Synchrony Mediating Perceptual Bias in Apparent Motion Perception -- A TMS-EEG Study and Applications in Rehabilitation -- A P300-Based BCI Aimed at Managing Electronic Devices for People with Severe Disabilities -- tDCS Modulates Motor Imagery-Related BCI Features -- Sample-by-Sample Detection of Movement Intention from EEG Using a Classifier with Optimized Decision Parameters -- Using the Brain-Rate as a Preliminary Indicator of General Mental Activation in Cognitive Neurorehabilitation of TBI Patients -- Part II. Biomechanics and Movement Analysis -- OS4. Biomechanics in Rehabilitation. Decoupling of the Centre of Mass (CoM) and Centre of Pressure (CoP) during Gait Initiation. Introduction of a New Variable -- The Importance of Gait Analysis in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury Patients in Field of Neurorehabilitation -- A Biomechanical Model for Pathological Tremor Suppression -- Muscle Coherence during Controlled Voluntary Movement in Healthy Subjects and Patients with Spinal Cord Injury: Contraction and Velocity Dependence -- So-Called 'Foot-Drop' Post-stroke: Not a Dorsiflexor Impairment
SS5. Movement Analysis Techniques in Rehabilitation (I) -- Validation of Inverse Dynamics Modelling and Correlation Analysis to Characterise Upper-Limb Tremor -- Subject-Specific Center of Mass Estimation for In-Home Rehabilitation -- Kinect-Wii Board vs. Vicon-Force Plate -- 3D Reaching in Visual Augmented Reality Using Kinect (TM) The Perception of Virtual Target -- A Wearable Motion Sensor for Evaluating Walking Performance in Parkinson's Disease with Treatments -- Identification and Decomposition of Error in 3D Motion Capture Using Inertial and Magnetic Sensors -- SS5. Movement Analysis Techniques in Rehabilitation (II). Measurement of Lower Limb Spasticity Using an Inertial Sensor -- Walking in Water and on Land after an Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury -- Comparative Evaluation of Gait Ev ent Detection Methods Based on a Single IMU: Error Sensitivity Analysis to IMU Positioning -- Estimate of Lower Trunk Angles Using Gyroscope Data in Pathological Gait -- Effect of Gait Speed on Dynamic Postural Stability, Harmony and Upper Body Attenuation -- P4. Poster Session. Stiff Knee Gait in Adults with Spastic Paresis: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Chemodenervation of the Rectus Femoris Muscle -- Detection of Rehabilitation-Relevant Events during Endeffector Based Robot Assisted Rehabilitation of Upper Extremities -- Instrumentation and Biomechanical Model for Kinematic and Kinetic Analysis of Upper Limbs during Gait with Crutches -- Functional Data Analysis for Gait Analysis after Stroke -- Specifying the Gait Phases of One Leg Using Information of Contralateral Leg: Application to Unilateral Drop Foot Patients -- Muscular Activation and Kinetic Effects of Robotic Guidance Force on Human Walking -- Static and Dynamic Body Analysis in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation -- Joint Limit vs. Optimized Weighted Least Norm Methods in Predicting Upper Body Posture -- External Support Forces during Assisted Walking in a New Rehabilitation System
Modification of Lower Extremity Kinetic Symmetry during Sit-to-Stand Transfers Using a Robotic Leg Orthosis with Individuals Post-stroke -- A Biomechanical Model for the Validation of Modular Control in Balance -- Analysis of the Effect of Two Different Feedbacks on the Biomechanical Patterns of Stroke Patients during Robotic-Assisted Gait Rehabilitation -- Novel Rehabilitation Paradigms -- OS7. Neuromotor Facilitation. Anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Lower Limb Motor Cortex Increases the Cortical Excitability with Extracephalic Reference Electrodes -- A Novel Brain-Computer Interface for Chronic Stroke Patients -- Mapping Arm Movements to Robotic Sonic Interaction Promote Group Dynamics and Increase Engagement at a Task -- Facilitating Myoelectric-Control with Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation -- SS1. Games and Creativity for NeuroRehabilitation. Virtual Reality System Toyra: A New Tool to Assess and Treatment for Upper Limb Motor Impairment in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury -- First Results of a Comparison between Gaming and Equal Intensity Conventional Training to Improve Arm Function after Chronic Stroke -- Use of Virtual Reality Systems in Cerebral Palsy: Clinical Practice Guideline -- Evaluation of the Use of a Virtual Reality Video-Game System as a Supplement for Rehabilitation of Children with Cerebral Palsy -- Patient Tailored Virtual Rehabilitation -- SS7. Improving Cognitive and Social Skills of People with Neurological Disorders through Assistive Technologies. Enhancing Communication through Biosignals in Severe Neuromuscular Conditions -- E-CORE (Embodied COgnitive REhabilitation): A Cognitive Rehabilitation System Using Tangible Tabletop Interface -- Working Memory, Aided Communication and Cerebral Palsy -- From Infancy to Early Childhood: The Role of Augmentative Manipulation Robotic Tools in Cognitive and Social Development for Children with Motor Disabilities -- Driving to Learn (TM) in a Powered Wheelchair: Cognitive Outcomes for Children and Adults with Neurological Disorders
Examining the Effectiveness of a New Software Technology Platform for Cognitive and Physical Training in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Healthy Older Adults -- SS9. Moving Rehabilitation at Home: How Technology Can Answer to the Clinical Needs. Modular Platform for Haptic Guidance in Paediatric Rehabilitation of Upper Limb Neuromuscular Disabilities -- At Home Motor Rehabilitation in the Chronic Phase of Stroke Using the Rehabilitation Gaming System -- Toward the Use of Wearable Inertial Sensors to Train Gait in Subjects with Movement Disorders -- Lifestyle Evaluation Using Wearable Technologies: Opportunities for Stroke Patients -- IGER: An Intelligent Game Engine for Rehabilitation -- ArmAssist: An Integrated Solution for Telerehabilitation of Post-stroke Arm Impairment -- SS10. Neurorehabilitation Technology: A Joint Technical, Clinical, and Basic Effort. Do We Need Allowing Arm Movements for Rehabilitation of Gait? -- New Technology in Rehabilitation: Possibilities and Limitations -- Neurorehabilitation after a Spinal Cord Injury: Significance of Technology -- Clinical Application of a Robotic Device for Locomotion -- P5. Poster Session. Motor-Prediction Improvements after Virtual Rehabilitation in Frail Older Adults -- The Effects of Nintendo Wii on Postural Control on Patients Affected by Acquired Brain Injury -- TeleREHA: Online/Offline Web Platform for Telerehabilitation of Post-stroke Arm Impairment -- Assessment of a Telerehabilitation Program by Virtual Reality-Video Games Systems: Postural Control and Multiple Sclerosis -- A Home-Based Massed Practice System for Pediatric Neurorehabilitation -- Rehabilitation of Phantom Limb Pain Using an Immersive Robotic Sensorimotor Training Paradigm -- Consistent Arm Rehabilitation from Clinical to Home Environment -- Integrating the Universal Haptic Drive into the TeleReha Software Platform -- A Telerehabilitation System for Hand Functional Training
Use of Virtual Reality System Toyra to Develop an Objective Set of Parameters to Evaluate the Motor Abilities of Upper Limbs in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury -- Robotic Platform to Evaluate the Assistance and Assessment on the Rehabilitation Loop -- Virtual Reality Based Tool for Motor Function Assessment in Stroke Survivors -- Remote Monitoring of Post-stroke Patients Suffering from Apraxia and Action Disorganisation Syndrome -- E-Textile Platform for Movement Disorder Treatment -- Wearable Electrogoniometer for Knee Joint Parameters Capture -- Workshops (WS) -- Full-Day Workshops (+ Visit) -- WS1. Emerging Therapies in Spinal Cord Injury + VISIT. Contribution of Biomechanics to Neurorehabilitation in SCI Patients -- Forelimb Force Deficits and Whole Body Compensations after Rat Cervical Spinal Hemisection -- Promising Tools in Neurorehabilitation: Non-invasive Neuromodulation of the Central Nervous System -- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Spinal Cord Injury Spasticity: Towards a Better Diagnosis and Targeted Treatment Strategy -- Robotic Gait Training in Spinal Cord Injury -- WS2. Emerging Therapies in Stroke + VISIT. Emerging Therapies in Stroke Technologies and Neurorehabilitation: State of the Art -- WS3. Rehabilitation Robotics for Pediatric Applications + VISIT. Clinical Application of Robotics in Children with Cerebral Palsy -- Quantitative Motion Analysis in Cerebral Palsy -- Gait Analysis Workshop -- Cerebral Palsy: An Overview of the Disease and Its Management -- Robotic Vehicles for Assisted Mobility in Cerebral Palsy -- Sound and Rehabilitation Robotics for Pediatric Cerebral Palsy -- Challenges Found in Cerebral Palsy Orthopedic Surgery -- Unraveling Mechanisms Underlying the Effectiveness of Robot-Assisted Gait Training in Children with Cerebral Palsy
WS4. Pathologic Tremor: Emerging Therapies + VISIT. Half-Day Workshops WS5. Challenges for Human Centered Assistive Neuro-Robotic Devices: Experience of the Mundus Project -- Biomimetic Neuroprostheses Modulated on Subject's Residual Motor Capabilities -- The MUNDUS Project: Concept, Goals, Challenges and Achievements -- Modular Instrumented Arm Orthosis with Weight Support for Application with NMES -- RFID Technology for Objects Recognition and Their Position Estimation -- Hybrid EEG-Based BCI User Interface for Action Selection -- MUNDUS Environmental Sensor Framework -- Clinical Impact of Innovative Neuroprothesis on Activities of Daily Living (ADL): First Set of Users Evaluations -- Design of Feedback Control Strategies for an Arm Neuroprothesis Combined with an Exoskeleton -- Wearable Systems for Grasping Restoration -- WS6. Creating Intelligent Rehabilitation Technology: An Interdisciplinary Effort. Creating Intelligent Rehabilitation Technology: An Interdisciplinary Effort -- WS7. Extracting the Neural Strategies from the EMG and Implications for Myocontrol in Neurotechnologies. High Density Surface EMG Technology -- New Perspectives in Real-Time Assessment of Neural Drive to Skeletal Muscles -- Neuromusculoskeletal Modeling for Neurorehabilitation Technologies -- Advanced Myoelectric Control of Prostheses: Requirements and Challenges -- Simultaneous and Proportional Myocontrol of Multiple Degrees of Freedom -- WS9. Muscle Synergies: From Neurophysiological Hypothesis to Clinical Tool. Upper and Lower Limb Muscle Synergies: Lessons Learnt and New Ideas for Neurorehabilitation -- The Clinical Future of Muscle Synergies: Goals and Challenges -- Musculoskeletal Modeling of Human Locomotion Based on Low-Dimensional Impulsive Activation Signals: Perspectives for Neurotechnologies -- Identifying Muscle Synergies from EMG Decomposition: Approaches, Evidence, and Potential Application to Neurorehabilitation
Plasticity and Different Solutions to Reorganize Muscle Patterns during Gait -- WS10. Brain-Computer Interfaces for Rehabilitation. BCI-Controlled Grasp Neuroprosthesis in High Spinal Cord Injury -- Detecting Consciousness with a Brain-Computer Interface -- Towards Restoration and Rehabilitation of Motor Functions with the Help of Brain-Computer Interfaces -- Bringing BCI Controlled Devices to End-Users: A User Centred Approach and Evaluation -- Hybrid Brain-Computer Interaction for Functional Motor Recovery after Stroke -- WS11. Clinical Neurorehabilitation Based on Neuromodulation Interventions. Upper-Alpha Neurofeedback Training for Cognitive Enhancement: A Single-Session Study -- Using Upper Alpha Neurofeedback Training to Improve SMR Desynchronization -- WS12. Enhancing Communication and Computer Access via Assistive Technology in Complex Communications Needs. An Inertial Human-Computer Interface for Cerebral Palsy: The ENLAZA Device -- WS13. Engineering Solutions for Vestibular Disorder Symptoms: The CLONS Project. Vestibular Implants in Humans: Solved Problems and Remaining Challenges -- Novel Assessment Devices to Quantify Vestibular Function and Their Relationship to Clinical Scales -- Sandwich Electrode Technology for Precise Vestibular Electrodes with High Reliability -- An Implantable Closed-Loop Vestibular Prosthesis -- Investigating Vestibular Evoked Potentials as Feedback Signal in a Vestibular Neuroprosthesis: Relation to Eye Movement Velocity
Summary Restoring human motor and cognitive function has been a fascinating research area during the last century. Interfacing the human nervous system with electro-mechanical rehabilitation machines is facing its crucial passage from research to clinical practice, enhancing the potentiality of therapists, clinicians and researchers to rehabilitate, diagnose and generate knowledge. The 2012 International Conference on Neurorehabilitation (ICNR2012, brings together researchers and students from the fields of Clinical Rehabilitation, Applied Neurophysiology and Biomedical Engineering, covering a wide range of research topics: · Clinical Impact of Technology· Brain-Computer Interface in Rehabilitation· Neuromotor & Neurosensory modeling and processing· Biomechanics in Rehabilitation· Neural Prostheses in Rehabilitation· Neuro-Robotics in Rehabilitation· Neuromodulation This Proceedings book includes general contributions from oral and poster sessions, as well as from special sessions. A section is also dedicated to pre-post conference workshops, including invited contributions from internationally recognized researchers. A selection of most relevant papers have been considered for publication in international journals (e. g. AJPM & R, JNER, JACCES), therefore they will appear soon in their extended versions in Special Issues
Analysis Engineering
Biomedical engineering
Rehabilitation Medicine
Robotics and Automation
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Subject Biomedical engineering.
Nervous system -- Diseases -- Patients -- Rehabilitation
Physical sciences.
Medical rehabilitation.
Nervous system -- Diseases.
Publication Formats
Implantable Neurostimulators
Technology, Industry, and Agriculture
Publication Characteristics
Electrodes, Implanted
Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment
Natural Science Disciplines
Technology, Industry, Agriculture
Electrical Equipment and Supplies
Disciplines and Occupations
Equipment and Supplies
Nervous System Diseases
Neural Prostheses
Biomedical Technology
Biomedical Engineering
biomedical engineering.
electronic engineering.
physical sciences.
MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Medical Technology.
MEDICAL -- Biotechnology.
MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice.
MEDICAL -- Lasers in Medicine.
Biomedical engineering.
Nervous system -- Diseases -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.
Form Electronic book
Author Pons, José L.
Torricelli, Diego
Pajaro, Marta
ISBN 9783642345463