Rapid Screening of Physiological Changes Associated With COVID-19 Using Soft-Wearables and Structured Activities: A Pilot Study

Rapid Screening of Physiological Changes Associated With COVID-19 Using Soft-Wearables and Structured Activities

2021

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Differential Cardiopulmonary Monitoring System for Artifact-Canceled Physiological Tracking of Athletes, Workers, and COVID-19 Patients

Automated, Multiparametric Monitoring of Respiratory Biomarkers and Vital Signs in Clinical and Home Settings for COVID-19 Patients

Characterization of Motor-Evoked Responses Obtained with Transcutaneous Electrical Spinal Stimulation from the Lower-Limb Muscles after Stroke

Rapid Screening of Physiological Changes Associated with COVID-19 Using Soft-Wearables and Structured Activities: A Pilot Study

Effect of Using of a Lower-Extremity Exoskeleton on Disability of People with Multiple Sclerosis

Evaluation of a Lower-Extremity Robotic Exoskeleton for People with Knee Osteoarthritis

2020

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Clinician Perceptions of Robotic Exoskeletons for Locomotor Training

Users with spinal cord injury experience of robotic Locomotor exoskeletons: a qualitative study of the benefits, limitations, and recommendations.

Microprocessor Controlled Knee Ankle Foot Orthosis (KAFO) vs. Stance Control vs. Locked KAFO: A Randomized Control Trial

Controller synthesis and clinical exploration of wearable gyroscopic actuators to support human balance.

The impact of a yoga-based physical therapy group for individuals with traumatic brain injury: results from a pilot study

Mild to Moderate Sleep Apnea is Linked to Hypoxia-induced Motor Recovery After Spinal Cord Injury.

Role of data measurement characteristics in the accurate detection of Parkinson’s disease symptoms using wearable sensors

Appraisals of robotic locomotor exoskeletons for gait: focus group insights from potential users with spinal cord injuries

Budget Impact Analysis of Robotic Exoskeleton Use for Locomotor Training Following Spinal Cord Injury in Four SCI Model Systems

Current Evidence for Use of Robotic Exoskeletons in Rehabilitation.

Promises and challenges of Neurorehabilitation technology

2019

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Automating Sleep Stage Classification Using Wireless, Wearable Sensors

Augmenting Clinical Outcome Measures of Gait and Balance with a Single Inertial Sensor in Age-Ranged Healthy Adults

Immediate Adaptations to Post-Stroke Walking Performance Using a Wearable Robotic Exoskeleton.

Skin sensors are the future of health care

Automatic Scoring of Parkinson’s Disease Motor Symptoms Using a Smartwatch

2018

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Stride management assist exoskeleton vs functional gait training in stroke: A randomized trial.

Evaluation of the Keeogo exoskeleton for assisting ambulatory activities in people with multiple sclerosis: an open-label, randomized, cross-over trial.

Wearable sensors for Parkinson’s disease: which data are worth collecting for training symptom detection models

Postural and metabolic benefits of using a forearm support walker in older adults with impairments

Association of sleep with neurobehavioral impairments during inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury.

Experience of Robotic Exoskeleton Use at Four Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems Centers

Detecting Label Errors in Crowd-Sourced Smartphone Sensor Data

Intraoperative monitoring of neuromuscular function with soft, skin-mounted wireless devices

Impact of Powered Knee and -Ankle on Low Back Muscle Mechanics in Transfemoral Amputees: A Case Series

2017

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Initial Outcomes from a Multicenter Study Utilizing the Indego Powered Exoskeleton in Spinal Cord Injury.

Evaluation of Sensing and Processing Parameters for Human Action Recognition

Quantifying community mobility after stroke using mobile phone technology

Automatic detection of spasticity from flexible wearable sensors.

Quantifying community mobility after stroke using mobile phone technology

Mobile Phones to track activities of Stroke Patients

Using and understanding cross-validation strategies. Perspectives on Saeb et al.

The need to approximate the use-case in clinical machine learning.

Using Robotic Exoskeletons for Over-Ground Locomotor Training

2016

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Activity recognition in individuals with lower limb impairments

Physical Activity Estimation using Wearable sensors

Functionality and Usability of New Generation Wheelchair Anti-Rollback Devices.

Powered Exoskeletons for walking assistance

Voodoo Machine Learning for Clinical Predictions

2015

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Long-Term Follow-up to a Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Peroneal Nerve Functional Electrical Stimulation to an Ankle Foot Orthosis for Patients With Chronic Stroke

Effects of a Wearable Exoskeleton Stride Management Assist System (SMA®) on Spatiotemporal Gait Characteristics in Individuals after Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial

2014

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The effects of peroneal nerve functional electrical stimulation versus ankle-foot orthosis in patients with chronic stroke: a randomized controlled trial

Daily intermittent hypoxia enhances walking after chronic spinal cord injury: a randomized trial

2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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Impact of treadmill locomotor training on skeletal muscle IGF1 and myogenic regulatory factors in spinal cord injured rats

Impact of treadmill locomotor training on skeletal muscle IGF1 and myogenic regulatory factors in spinal cord injured rats

2008

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Non-invasive assessment of lower extremity muscle composition after incomplete spinal cord injury

Locomotor training and muscle function after incomplete spinal cord injury: case series

2007

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Resistance training and locomotor recovery after incomplete spinal cord injury: a case series

2006

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Skeletal muscle adaptations following incomplete spinal cord injury and locomotor training

Deficit in human muscle strength with cast immobilization: contribution of inorganic phosphate

Relative contributions of muscle activation and muscle size to plantarflexor torque during rehabilitation after immobilization

Lower-extremity muscle cross-sectional area after incomplete spinal cord injury

2005

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Lower extremity skeletal muscle function in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury

Effect Of Locomotor Training On Skeletal Muscle Size In Individuals With Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Disuse Versus Reloading Induced Change In Energy Rich Phosphate Content In Human Skeletal Muscle

Mechanisms Of Muscle Dysfunction In Persons After Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Resistance Training And Muscle Function In Persons After Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

2004

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Changes in skeletal muscle function after treadmill training in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury