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Articles by Allen Jiang in JoVE
Angepasst Krafttraining verbessert die Festigkeit in acht Wochen bei Patienten mit Multipler Sklerose Jennifer L. Keller1, Nora Fritz1,2, Chen Chun Chiang1, Allen Jiang1, Tziporah Thompson3, Nicole Cornet1, Scott D. Newsome4, Peter A. Calabresi4, Kathleen Zackowski1,2,4 1Motion Analysis Laboratory, Kennedy Krieger Institute, 2Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 3Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 4Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Hip Schwäche ist ein häufiges Symptom beeinflussen Gehfähigkeit bei Menschen mit Multipler Sklerose. Isolierte Muskelkräftigung ist eine nützliche Methode, um spezifische Schwächen zu zielen. Dieses Protokoll beschreibt eine progressive Widerstandstrainingsprogramm mit Übungsband bis zur Hüfte Muskelkraft zu erhöhen.
Other articles by Allen Jiang on PubMed
Intra-operative Tumour Localisation in Robot-assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery: A Review Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of Engineering in Medicine. May, 2014 | Pubmed ID: 24807165 Robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery has many advantages compared to conventional open surgery and also certain drawbacks: it causes less operative trauma and faster recovery times but does not allow for direct tumour palpation as is the case in open surgery. This article reviews state-of-the-art intra-operative tumour localisation methods used in robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery and in particular methods that employ force-based sensing, tactile-based sensing, and medical imaging techniques. The limitations and challenges of these methods are discussed and future research directions are proposed.
Using Visual Cues to Enhance Haptic Feedback for Palpation on Virtual Model of Soft Tissue Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing. Nov, 2015 | Pubmed ID: 26018755 This paper explores methods that make use of visual cues aimed at generating actual haptic sensation to the user, namely pseudo-haptics. We propose a new pseudo-haptic feedback-based method capable of conveying 3D haptic information and combining visual haptics with force feedback to enhance the user's haptic experience. We focused on an application related to tumor identification during palpation and evaluated the proposed method in an experimental study where users interacted with a haptic device and graphical interface while exploring a virtual model of soft tissue, which represented stiffness distribution of a silicone phantom tissue with embedded hard inclusions. The performance of hard inclusion detection using force feedback only, pseudo-haptic feedback only, and the combination of the two feedbacks was compared with the direct hand touch. The combination method and direct hand touch had no significant difference in the detection results. Compared with the force feedback alone, our method increased the sensitivity by 5 %, the positive predictive value by 4 %, and decreased detection time by 48.7 %. The proposed methodology has great potential for robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery and in all applications where remote haptic feedback is needed.
Utility of the Six-Spot Step Test As a Measure of Walking Performance in Ambulatory Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Nov, 2015 | Pubmed ID: 26577146 To examine the concurrent validity of the Six-Spot Step Test (SSST) with clinical measures of walking and spatiotemporal measures of gait in multiple sclerosis (MS), and to understand the utility of the SSST in individuals with both low and high levels of disability.