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000143767 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1109/BIOROB.2006.1639113
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000143767 245__ $$aImprovement of rehabilitation possibilities with the MotionMaker™
000143767 260__ $$c2006
000143767 269__ $$a2006
000143767 336__ $$aConference Papers
000143767 520__ $$a"MotionMakertrade" is a stationary programmable test and training system for the lower limbs developed at the 'Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne' with the 'Fondation Suisse pour les Cybertheses'. The system is composed of two robotic orthoses comprising motors and sensors, and a control unit managing the trans- cutaneous electrical muscle stimulation with real-time regulation. The control of the functional electrical stimulation (FES) induced muscle force necessary to mimic natural exercise is ensured by the control unit which receives a continuous input from the position and force sensors mounted on the robot. First results with control subjects showed the feasibility of creating movements by such closed-loop controlled FES induced muscle contractions. To make exercising with the MotionMakertrade safe for clinical trials with spinal cord injured (SCI) volunteers, several original safety features have been introduced. The MotionMakertrade is able to identify and manage the occurrence of spasms. Fatigue can also be detected and overfatigue during exercise prevented
000143767 6531_ $$aBiomechanics
000143767 6531_ $$aClosed loop systems
000143767 6531_ $$aMedical robotics
000143767 6531_ $$aNeuromuscular stimulation
000143767 6531_ $$aOrthotics
000143767 6531_ $$aRehabilitation
000143767 700__ $$aMétrailler, Patrick
000143767 700__ $$aBlanchard, Vincent
000143767 700__ $$aPerrin, Ismael
000143767 700__ $$aBrodard, Rolland
000143767 700__ $$aFrischknecht, Rolf
000143767 700__ $$aSchmitt, Carl
000143767 700__ $$0242133$$g105152$$aFournier, Jacques
000143767 700__ $$0242134$$g114980$$aBouri, Mohamed
000143767 700__ $$aClavel, Reymond$$g104789$$0242132
000143767 7112_ $$dFebruary 20-22, 2006$$cPisa, Italy$$aBioRob 2006, The first IEEE / RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics,
000143767 773__ $$q359-364
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000143767 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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