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Feedback device for improvement of coordination of reach-to-grasp after stroke

By Paulette M. van Vliet, Andrew Wimperis, James Creak, Andrew J. Taylor and Cees van der Eijk


This article was published in the journal, \ud Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation [Elsevier / © American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine]. The definitive version is available at:\ud \ud To describe a novel feedback device (Grasp Rehabilitation Accessory for Stroke Patients [GRASP]) that gives feedback on the time lag between the start of hand opening and the start of transport during reach-to-grasp movements, and to report the results of a preliminary series of single case studies to assess the utility of the device for improving the coordination of arm and hand at the beginning of a reach-to-grasp movement

Topics: Equipment and supplies, Feedback, Physical therapy modalities, Rehabilitation, Stroke
Publisher: Elsevier / © American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1016/j.apmr.2011.07.204
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