The purpose of post-stroke rehabilitation consists in finding appropriate training to make patients become autonomous in their daily life activities by improving the ability to express properly their minds, recognize the ambient where they are and improve the mobility of their impaired limbs. In case of successful rehabilitation people could return to their normal activities while, if only partial recovery had occurred, they could be able to perform independently some basic activities at least. Even a partial success is a great improvement for patients, their families and even societies. In fact, if a smaller amount of people has to be assisted with intense and expensive 24-hours care, societies can fund money to other projects. We limit our analysis to motor rehabilitation procedures to improve patient performance in activities like reaching or grasping.

Pupolin, S., Cisotto, G., Piccione, F. (2014). EEG Signal Processing for Post-Stroke Motor Rehabilitation. In Leo Ligthart Ramjee Prasad (a cura di), Convergence of Communications, Navigation, Sensing and Services (pp. 71-90). River Publishers.

EEG Signal Processing for Post-Stroke Motor Rehabilitation

Cisotto, G;
2014

Abstract

The purpose of post-stroke rehabilitation consists in finding appropriate training to make patients become autonomous in their daily life activities by improving the ability to express properly their minds, recognize the ambient where they are and improve the mobility of their impaired limbs. In case of successful rehabilitation people could return to their normal activities while, if only partial recovery had occurred, they could be able to perform independently some basic activities at least. Even a partial success is a great improvement for patients, their families and even societies. In fact, if a smaller amount of people has to be assisted with intense and expensive 24-hours care, societies can fund money to other projects. We limit our analysis to motor rehabilitation procedures to improve patient performance in activities like reaching or grasping.
Capitolo o saggio
Brain Computer Interface (BCI); Motor rehabilitation; EEG Electroencephalogram; EEG waves; Neural plasticity; Event related potential; Operant-learning rehabilitation;
English
Convergence of Communications, Navigation, Sensing and Services
978-879310275-0
altro ISBN 978-879310276-7
Pupolin, S., Cisotto, G., Piccione, F. (2014). EEG Signal Processing for Post-Stroke Motor Rehabilitation. In Leo Ligthart Ramjee Prasad (a cura di), Convergence of Communications, Navigation, Sensing and Services (pp. 71-90). River Publishers.
Pupolin, S; Cisotto, G; Piccione, F
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