Принципы и опыт применения роботизированных реабилитационных технологий у пациентов после инсульта

Translated title of the contribution: Principles and global experience of applying robotic rehabilitation technologies in patients after stroke

E. S. Koroleva, V. M. Alifirova, A. V. Latypova, S. V. Cheban, V. A. Ott, K. S. Brazovskiy, I. V. Tolmachev, N. G. Brazovskaya, A. A. Semkina, N. G. Kataeva

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Abstract

This literature review is devoted to the study of recent advances in the field of neurorehabilitation using robotic technologies. Objective: to study best practices of applying robotic rehabilitation technologies in stroke patients, its clinical efficacy and influence on the molecular mechanisms of neuroplasticity. Results. Robotic neurorehabilitation occupies a certain place in the comprehensive rehabilitation of patients with motor deficiency after stroke. An interdisciplinary patient-oriented approach and consistency at all stages of medical rehabilitation are especially important when using rehabilitation methods that implement advances in robotics and information technologies in patients after stroke. Rehabilitation with the use of high-tech computerized rehabilitation systems operating in the biofeedback mode is one of the promising areas and requires further neurophysiological and laboratory studies to create scientifically based methodological approaches. It will have great social significance and tangible economic effects from improving the quality of neurorehabilitation and reducing its duration.

Translated title of the contributionPrinciples and global experience of applying robotic rehabilitation technologies in patients after stroke
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)223-233
Number of pages11
JournalBulletin of Siberian Medicine
Volume18
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Molecular Medicine

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