Brain to Computer Interface (BCI) Enhancement of Stroke Rehabilitation, a Systematic Review

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Scott, Aidan
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Schafer, Gerald
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2024
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Brain to Computer Interface (BCI) Enhancement of Stroke Rehabilitation, a Systematic Review
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Objective: To review literature on the use of Brain to Computer Interface (BCI) technology to optimize stroke rehabilitation. Methods: Published research was gathered through PubMed and Google Scholar, that assessed the impact of BCI intervention, including soft glove BCI robotics, motor imagery (MI) enhanced with BCI, haptic knob (HK) robotic arm, and exoskeleton with BCI. Results: The majority of research supported the use of novel BCI based technologies to enhance the stroke rehabilitation process. Many articles had small sample sizes. Conclusions: The use of BCI based technologies is a growing and promising field to help treat the growing number of stroke patients. Because of the small group sizes, further research is needed to confirm significant results.
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