Sensors for triggering practical Functional Electrical Stimulation walking systems

This source preferred by Ian Swain and Jon Cobb

Authors: Mecheraoui, C., Cobb, J.E. and Swain, I.D.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/12516/

http://www.ukifess.salford.ac.uk/

Start date: 15 April 2010

Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) techniques have shown significant improvement in mobility and functionality to many patients with pathological gait resulting from upper motor neurological injuries such as stroke, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), etc. Effective functioning of FES walking systems relies on accurate and reliable detection of gait events (i.e heel rise and heel strike) which depends on the type of sensors and the detection algorithm used.

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