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Retraining of interjoint arm coordination after
stroke using robot-assisted time-independent
functional training

Elizabeth B. Brokaw, MS, et al.


Figure 2. ARMin III robot and passive hand device, HandSOME, being used in functional shelf task in time-independent functional training mode.

In the aging veteran population, stroke is prevalent. Reduction of stroke-related disability is a high priority for both the Department of Veterans Affairs and national healthcare. Robotic approaches to treat motor impairments after stroke can potentially improve functional independence and quality of life in this large population of veterans.

Volume 48 Number 4, 2011
   Pages 299 — 316


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This article and any supplementary material should be cited as follows:
Brokaw EB, Murray T, Nef T, Lum PS. Retraining of interjoint arm coordination after stroke using robot-assisted time-independent functional training. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2011;48(4):299-316.
DOI:10.1682/JRRD.2010.04.0064

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