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Prosthesis grasp reflex via peripheral nerve control — An in vitro study

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4 Author(s)
Valderrama-Gonzalez, G.D. ; Sch. of Comput. & Intell. Syst., Univ. of Ulster, Derry, UK ; Gasson, M.N. ; Warwick, K. ; Whalley, B.J.

Here we present an economical and versatile platform for developing motor control and sensory feedback of a prosthetic hand via in vitro mammalian peripheral nerve activity. In this study, closed-loop control of the grasp function of the prosthetic hand was achieved by stimulation of a peripheral nerve preparation in response to slip sensor data from a robotic hand, forming a rudimentary reflex action. The single degree of freedom grasp was triggered by single unit activity from motor and sensory fibers as a result of stimulation. The work presented here provides a novel, reproducible, economic, and robust platform for experimenting with neural control of prosthetic devices before attempting in vivo implementation.

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Cybernetic Intelligent Systems (CIS), 2010 IEEE 9th International Conference on

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1-2 Sept. 2010

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