The Analysis of Bio-Signals and Sensors for Robotic Assisted Rehabilitation
The paper presents some considerations on the development of an external system of sensors for post-stroke robotic assisted rehabilitation. A conceptual integrated system which places the patient as an active component is proposed. A set of bio-signals and the corresponding sensors are described to use the data as real-time information during rehabilitation exercises. A novel robotic system is presented for bed confined patients with its kinematic structure and workspace generation for medically relevant motions along with the positioning of the system of external sensors.
KeywordsRobotic post-stroke rehabilitation Bio-signals External sensors Mechanism analysis
The paper presents results from the research activities of the project ID P_37_215, MySMIS code 103415 “Innovative approaches regarding the rehabilitation and assistive robotics for healthy ageing” cofinanced by the European Regional Development Fund through the Competitiveness Operational Programme 2014–2020, Priority Axis 1, Action 1.1.4, through the financing contract 20/01.09.2016, between the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and ANCSI as Intermediary Organism in the name and for the Ministry of the European Funds.
Conflict of Interest
The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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