An Upper Limb Rehabilitation Training and Evaluation System for Stroke Patients

SI-QI ZHAO, TING-AN ZHU, BAO-YAN ZHONG, XIAO-FENG LU

Abstract


This system combines information technology and rehabilitation medicine. It adopts Motor Imagery (MI) intervention and mental rotation training mode in order to change the traditional inefficient mode of clinical stroke rehabilitation. We developed multi-functional side recognition rehabilitation and evaluation peripheral to evaluate the rehabilitation effect of stroke patients accurately and quantitatively. The healing effect, which reveals the degree of recovery to the patients, will no longer depend on the personal experience of the rehabilitation therapist. Based on the psychological hint and a client designed with Unity 3D, it makes the treatment less boring to stimulate the patients’ initiative during the training. This system confirms that the MI Intervention can to a certain degree improve function of limb motor and sensory feedback by analyzing 38 volunteer patients’ data in Huashan Hospital and Shanghai Jing’an District Central Hospital. Precise and quantitative evaluation results are given for the further treatment.

Keywords


Nervous System Injury, Motor Imagery Intervention, Unity 3D, Psychological Hint.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtcse/cmso2019/33595

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