Robotics rehabilitation for assessment of activities of daily living (ADL)

Chee, P.S. and Elamvazuthi, I. and Izhar, L.I. and Tageldeen, M.K. and Capi, G. (2017) Robotics rehabilitation for assessment of activities of daily living (ADL). 2016 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Robotics and Manufacturing Automation, ROMA 2016 .

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Robotic Rehabilitation is a prominent rehabilitation tool that provides comprehensive repetitive tasks, diversity and feedback for cost efficiency with quantitative measurement of human motor performances substituting the conventional physiotherapy. However, the current literature has a paucity of robotic devices assessment on the human motor performances with different handedness. Therefore, this paper discusses the outcome of the study which investigated both hands kinematic abilities to accomplish a reaching task which is the virtual supermarket game (picking up the food) with their effect of handedness by using rehabilitation robotics device. Fifteen (15) subjects, 9 males, and 6 females are divided into different groups; males right-handed, males left-handed, female right-handed, female left-handed and males both-handed. From the study, it was found that the range of motion (ROM) was significantly dependent on the handedness. On the contrary, the game scoring was not affected by handedness. © 2016 IEEE.

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Deposited By: Ahmad Suhairi
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