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Home Trial of Manual Standing Wheelchair
A home trial of a standing wheelchair to obtain real world assessment of using a standing wheelchair in the home or work environment.read more
Walking training using an exoskeleton following a stroke: Samsung: Robotic Hip Assist-based Mobility Interventionread more
Outcomes Testing with Myoelectric Upper Limb Prosthesis Users
This study is exploring what factors may impact function using a prosthesis.read more
Surface EMG Statistical and Performance Analysis of Targeted-Muscle-Reinnervated (TMR) Transhumeral Prosthesis Users in Home and Laboratory Settings.
A pattern-recognition (PR)-based myoelectric control system is the trend of future prostheses development. Compared with conventional prosthetic control systems, PR-based control systems provide high dexterity, with many studies achieving >95% accuracy in the last two decades. However, most research studies have been conducted in the laboratory. There is limited research investigating how EMG signals are acquired when users operate PR-based systems in their home and community environments…read more