The use of robotic systems during the rehabilitation of spinal cord injured patients can contribute to achieve significant outcomes. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of an overground robot-assisted gait training in complete spinal cord injured patients. Sixteen SCI patients (mean age: 35.3 ± 10.3 yrs) underwent 20 robot-assisted gait training sessions based on an overground robotic exoskeleton. The preliminary results of this study show that the robot-assisted gait training in complete SCI patients can improve patient-robot interaction.

An overground robotic exoskeleton gait training in complete spinal cord injured patients

Mazzoleni, S.;Battini, E.;
2019

Abstract

The use of robotic systems during the rehabilitation of spinal cord injured patients can contribute to achieve significant outcomes. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of an overground robot-assisted gait training in complete spinal cord injured patients. Sixteen SCI patients (mean age: 35.3 ± 10.3 yrs) underwent 20 robot-assisted gait training sessions based on an overground robotic exoskeleton. The preliminary results of this study show that the robot-assisted gait training in complete SCI patients can improve patient-robot interaction.
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