|Title:||Dose-response relationship of robot-assisted stroke motor rehabilitation: the impact of initial motor status||Authors:||YU-WEI HSIEH
KAI-PING GRACE YAO
|Keywords:||randomized controlled trial; robot-aided neurorehabilitation; stroke; treatment dosage||Issue Date:||Oct-2012||Publisher:||LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS||Journal Volume:||43||Journal Issue:||10||Start page/Pages:||2729||Source:||Stroke||Abstract:||
The increasing availability of robot-assisted therapy (RT), which provides quantifiable, reproducible, interactive, and intensive practice, holds promise for stroke rehabilitation, but data on its dose-response relation are scanty. This study used 2 different intensities of RT to examine the treatment effects of RT and the effect on outcomes of the severity of initial motor deficits.
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