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[Abstract + References] Preliminary Design of Soft Exo-Suit for Arm Rehabilitation – Conference paper

Abstract

Every year, millions of people experience a stroke but only a few of them fully recover. Recovery requires a working staff, which is time consuming and inefficient. Therefore, over the past few years rehabilitation robots like Exoskeletons have been used in the recuperation process for patients. In this paper we have designed an Exosuit which takes into considerations of the rigid Exo-Skeleton and its limitations for patients suffering from loss of function of the arm. This paper concentrates on enabling a stroke affected person to perform flexion-extension at elbow joint. Validation of the developed model on general population is still needed.

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