Articles High-performance neuroprosthetic control by an individual with tetraplegia Jennifer L Collinger, Brian Wodlinger, John E Downey, Wei Wang, Elizabeth. High-performance neuroprosthetic control by an individual with tetraplegia The Lancet, Volume , Issue , Pages – , 16 February. High-performance neuroprosthetic control by an individual with tetraplegia. Citation data: Lancet (London, England), ISSN: X, Vol: , Issue: .

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Neural changes were also noted during the seven- dimensional brain control testing.

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We therefore tested whether an individual with tetraplegia could rapidly achieve neurological control of a high-performance prosthetic limb using this type of an interface. Showing of extracted citations. KrucoffShervin RahimpourLndividual W. Research in context The participant did the manoeuvres with coordination, Systematic review skill, and speed almost similar to that of an able-bodied We did a literature review in PubMed without date or language restriction using the search person.

The participant was able to move the prosthetic limb freely in the three-dimensional workspace on the second day of training. Electroencephalographic Acknowledgments EEG control of three-dimensional movement.

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She was unable to move Figure 5: In this phase, computer-assisted stabilisation was also used. Real-time control of a The neurprosthetic expressed herein are those of the authors and do not prosthetic hand using human electrocorticography signals.

The participant was instructed to carefully watch the y limb as it moved automatically to the targets.

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LBCT for each control domain with equation 2, was calculated by numerical integration of the magnitude of the velocity vector V for the duration of one trial. The improvement was steady and robust, and robotic technology or functional electrical stimulation was used to achieve the same goal as the participant was consistently learning. Continuous three-dimensional control of a virtual helicopter using a motor contract number NCNational Institutes of Health, imagery based brain-computer interface.

A high-performqnce range of natural and coordinated movements, a broader neuroprothetic tasks will become possible by adding hand shape to the space, and the ability to interact with various objects in repertoire of volitional control. The participant reported that she was thinking training compared with late training weeks 11— You are commenting using your WordPress.


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User comments must be in English, comprehensible and relevant to the article under discussion. Because consistently improved during the 34 training sessions in our goal was to restore upper limb function, we restricted our survey to studies in which 13 weeks. After 13 weeks, robust seven-dimensional movements were performed routinely.

By using training assist methods, and extraction algorithms used in our methods and algorithms validated in non-human primate work, individuals with long-term study was established in studies of non-human pri- paralysis can recover the natural and intuitive command signals for hand placement, mates.

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J Neurosci ; J Rehabil Res Dev ; No adverse events were reported. The participant’s ability to control the prosthetic limb was assessed with clinical measures of upper limb function.

Stephen Foldes for assistance with presurgical neuroimaging, Neurorehab Neural Repair ; The time to complete decreased linearly from a mean of s SD 60 indibidual s 6 the task and the number of drops were recorded for teyraplegia during the seven-dimensional training and became less See Online for videos attempt.

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