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1980 13
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2000 32
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The benefits of a comprehensive rehabilitation program in patients diagnosed with spastic quadriplegia.
Rogoveanu OC, et al. J Med Life 2016. PMID 27974931 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this study was to assess the functional status in patients diagnosed with spastic quadriplegia, who followed a complex medical rehabilitation program, during a year, and highlight the importance of using physical and kinetic techniques in improving their status. ...Applying a complex rehabilitation program has proven efficient by improving both the gross motor functionality and the manual ability....
The purpose of this study was to assess the functional status in patients diagnosed with spastic quadriplegia, who followed a complex …
Brain-Computer Interfaces in Quadriplegic Patients.
Lee MB, et al. Neurosurg Clin N Am 2019 - Review. PMID 30898278
BCI for quadriplegic patients restore function by reading motor intent from the brain and use the signal to control physical, virtual, and native prosthetic effectors. ...
BCI for quadriplegic patients restore function by reading motor intent from the brain and use the signal to control physical, virtual …
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Colaianni A. J Gen Intern Med 2014. PMID 24859916 Free PMC article.
Self-Help Devices for Quadriplegic Population: A Systematic Literature Review.
Orejuela-Zapata JF, et al. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng 2019. PMID 30802870
This systematic literature review collects and discusses the main needs, expectations, and barriers of people with quadriplegia and caregivers in relation to the self-help devices that are currently used for daily tasks. The major advantages, disadvantages, and challenges of the existing assistive technology are exposed and discussed in order to evaluate whether an existing technology could be combined with others to expand its scope, enhance its performance, or solve its limitations improving the adherence of quadriplegic population to these technologies and enhancing their quality of life....
This systematic literature review collects and discusses the main needs, expectations, and barriers of people with quadriplegia and c …
Quadriplegia: focus on rehabilitation.
McMeekin D. Axone 1993. PMID 8274393
Spinal cord injury resulting in quadriplegia is one of the most devastating types of injury. The rehabilitation process actually begins at the time of injury. Emphasis on independence, however, is usually not a major factor until the client reaches the rehabilitation unit. This paper will focus on the rehabilitation management of a client with quadriplegia. ...
Spinal cord injury resulting in quadriplegia is one of the most devastating types of injury. The rehabilitation process actual …
Descriptive pilot study of vividness and temporal equivalence during motor imagery training after quadriplegia.
Mateo S, et al. Ann Phys Rehabil Med 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29944923 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: We previously showed that a 5-week MI training program improved tenodesis grasp in individuals with C6-C7 quadriplegia. ...These analyses were re-run considering that half of the participants with quadriplegia were good imagers and the other half were poor imagers based on KVIQ scores. ...
OBJECTIVE: We previously showed that a 5-week MI training program improved tenodesis grasp in individuals with C6-C7 quadriplegia. .. …
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