Design and evaluation of the gait rehabilitation robot lopes
The influence of dementia on falls, gait and rehabilitation - Nottingham ePrints
Abdullah Hussain Alzahrani. Postgraduate Medicine. Abstract Background : Stroke commonly occurs in the middle-aged and elderly population, and the diagnosis of early stroke remains challenging. Patients who have suffered a stroke have different gait patterns compared to healthy people. Advanced techniques of motion analysis have been routinely used in the clinical assessment of cerebral palsy. However, so far, little research has been done on the direct diagnosis of early stroke patients using motion analysis. Objectives : The aim of this study was to investigate whether patients with stroke have a different gait compared to healthy people and what the features of the gait are after stroke.
Jin, Xin. Exoskeletons for gait training commonly use a rigid-linked "skeleton" which makes them heavy and bulky. Cable-driven exoskeletons eliminate the rigid-linked skeleton structure, therefore creating a lighter and more transparent design. Current cable-driven leg exoskeletons are limited to gait assistance use.