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10 years experience in the application of the Reinforced Feedback in Virtual Environment (RFVE) for neurorehabilitation: Preliminary results from a retrospective analysis in stroke patients

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10 Author(s)
Andrea, Turolla ; Laboratory of Kinematics and Robotics, Fondazione IRCCS Ospedale San Camillo, Venezia, Italy ; Michela, Agostini ; Carla, Zucconi ; Pawel, Kiper
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Many applications of virtual reality appeared in different fields of the rehabilitation medicine. Nevertheless poor evidences of their effectiveness still exist. The aim of this original paper was to present the results of a retrospective analysis of 10 years of a non-immersive VR system application, for the treatment of the motor upper limb impairment in stroke patients. We observed a significant improvement in the motor outcomes, compared to standard rehabilitation, nevertheless a translation of the same effect on harder outcome such as independence wasn't observed.

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Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR), 2011 International Conference on

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27-29 June 2011