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Bioinspired robotic rehabilitation tool for lower limb motor learning after stroke

The thesis was published by As铆n Prieto, Guillermo, in September 2022, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

Abstract:

Menci贸n Internacional en el t铆tulo de doctorEsta tesis doctoral presenta, tras repasar la marcha humana, las principales patolog铆谋as y condiciones que la afectan, y los distintos enfoques de rehabilitaci贸n con la correspondiente implicaci贸n neurofisiol贸gica, el camino de investigaci贸n que desemboca en la herramienta rob贸tica de rehabilitaci贸n y las terapias que se han desarrollado en el marco de los proyectos europeos BioMot: Smart Wearable Robots with Bioinspired Sensory-Motor Skills y HANK: European advanced exoskeleton for rehabilitation
of Acquired Brain Damage (ABD) and/or spinal cord injury鈥檚 patients, y probado bajo el paraguas del proyecto europeo ASTONISH: Advancing Smart Optical Imaging and Sensing for Health y el proyecto nacional ASSOCIATE: A comprehensive and wearable robotics based approach to the rehabilitation and assistance to people with stroke and spinal cord injury.This doctoral thesis presents, after reviewing human gait, the main pathologies and conditions that affect it, and the different rehabilitation approaches with the corresponding neurophysiological implications, the research journey that leads to the development of the rehabilitation robotic tool, and the therapies that have been designed, within the framework of the European projects BioMot: Smart Wearable Robots with Bioinspired Sensory-Motor Skills and HANK: European advanced exoskeleton for rehabilitation of Acquired Brain Damage (ABD) and/or spinal cord injury鈥檚 patients and tested under the umbrella of the European project ASTONISH: Advancing Smart Optical Imaging and Sensing for Health and the national project ASSOCIATE: A comprehensive and wearable robotics based approach to the rehabilitation and assistance to people with stroke and spinal cord injury.This work has been carried out at the Neural Rehabilitation Group (NRG), Cajal
Institute, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). The research presented in this thesis has been funded by the Commission of the European Union under the BioMot project – Smart Wearable Robots with Bioinspired Sensory-Motor Skills (Grant Agreement number IFP7-ICT – 611695); under HANK Project – European advanced exoskeleton for rehabilitation of Acquired Brain Damage (ABD) and/or spinal cord injury鈥檚 patients (Grant Agreements number H2020-EU.2. – PRIORITY 鈥橧ndustrial leadership鈥 and H2020-EU.3. – PRIORITY 鈥橲ocietal challenges鈥 – 699796); also under the ASTONISH Project – Advancing Smart Optical Imaging and Sensing for Health (Grant Agreement number H2020-EU.2.1.1.7. – ECSEL – 692470); with financial support of Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO) under the ASSOCIATE project – A comprehensive and wearable robotics based approach to the rehabilitation
and assistance to people with stroke and spinal cord injury (Grant Agreement number 799158449-58449-45-514); and with grant RYC-2014-16613, also by Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.Programa de Doctorado en Ingenier铆a El茅ctrica, Electr贸nica y Autom谩tica por la Universidad Carlos III de MadridPresidente: Fernando Javier Brunetti Fern谩ndez.- Secretario: Dorin Sabin Copaci.- Vocal: Antonio Oliviero



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