Pignolo L.,RAN Research in Adavanced NeuroRehabilitation |
Dolce G.,RAN Research in Adavanced NeuroRehabilitation |
Basta G.,S Anna Institute For Neurorehabilitation And Ran Research In Adavanced Neurorehabilitation |
Lucca L.F.,S Anna Institute For Neurorehabilitation |
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Proceedings of the IEEE RAS and EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics | Year: 2012
ARAMIS (Automatic Recovery Arm Motility Integrated System) is a dual exoskeleton robot, intended to provide the therapist with novel and time/cost efficient approach to the rehabilitation of the paretic upper limb after stroke. The system has been developed in order to enable therapists to define and apply patient-specific rehabilitation exercises with multidisciplinary support by neurologist, engineers, ICT specialists and designers. ARAMIS allows three main strategies: 1) Asynchronous Exercise 2) Synchronous Exercise and 3) Virtual Exercise. This paper reports preliminary results from a patients' sample trained by ARAMIS. © 2012 IEEE.