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Wearable Ankle Robot for Motor Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke Prototype

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The Wearable Robot for Motor Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke is a prototype commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services. The wearable robot will be designed to help stroke survivors improve their mobility as early as possible, as much as possible, and regain function and independence.

Technical Specifications: 

The prototype should interact with the user and provide (1) closely guided motor relearning based on progressive augmented feedback with simplified tasks, and sensitive detection of re-emerging motor output signals; (2) intensive combined passive stretching and active task-related mobility training with progressive postures of in-bed, sitting, standing, and locomotion, covering hospital wards, rehabilitation clinics, and patients home settings; and (3) quantitative assessment of improvements using neuromechanical and clinical outcome measurements.

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09/23/2019
Wearable Ankle Robot for Motor Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke Prototype